Tomorrow evening, the Cathedral resounds to a very different sound as The Dhol Foundation brings its thrilling, high-energy multi-drum sound to a Lichfield audience, while on Saturday the rich harmonies of Birmingham Bach Choir fill the space with Bach's Mass in B Minor, as detailed on the opposite page.
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TDF stands for The Dhol Foundation (UK drummers)
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The highlights of the festival included first-time appearances by Merchants of Bollywood, The Dhol Foundation and the Gazillion Bubble Show.
India will also be on the agenda on July 18 with highly acclaimed band The Dhol Foundation.
An illustrious list of guest collaborators from the late great Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to the Blind Boys of Alabama, Daniel Lanois, Peter Green, The Dhol Foundation and even Gabriel's own daughter Melanie all helping to create a wonderfully rhythmic and dynamic album full of colour and character from around the globe.
The highlights of the this year's festival included first-time appearances, incuding the vibrant Merchants of Bollywood show, percussion specialists The Dhol Foundation, record-breaking bubble artist Jano Yang's Gazillion Bubble Show, the talented youngsters of Georgian Legend: Samaia's Little Virtuosos, Theatre Tout A Trac's humorous take on Alice in Wonderland, socially-conscious rhymes of Chen Lo and The Lo Frequency, and local group Mohammed bin Faris Band's collaboration with Kuwaiti Folklorist Band in Fan Al Sut.
Artists -- such as the Dhol Foundation from the UK and India -- will stage special performances with the students at the festival.
The Dhol Foundation played the drums at the Welcome Break Service Station on J2 of the M42.
The festival, WOMAD Abu Dhabi 2011, at the Corniche started with a performance by local school children and The Dhol Foundation, while LA-33 had the crowd swinging to the sound of their Latin beats on the North Stage.