every Tuesday @ 9:30 – 10:30
The first sound we ever heard while still in our mother’s womb, was the beating of her heart, and the rhythm of her breath. No matter our race, gender, age, religion or belief system, this common experience exists for all human beings.
Drumming is a way to connect and create community. Drumming as a form of human expression is as fundamental as speaking. It is a form of non-verbal communication. It does not matter if everyone speaks the same language. It does not matter what the age. Drumming together cuts through racial, cultural and gender differences. Drumming is a universal language.
We gather in a circle. Different ages, cultures, capabilities, backgrounds and experience. The call of the drum will bring us together. Someone starts a simple beat, others join in, and then we all join in. We close our eyes, listen to each other, and listen to ourselves. We all know each other without saying a word, linked together through percussion music. Drumming feeds the soul.
Rhythm circles are the perfect environment to explore ideas for sounding together, creating exciting grooves and having fun! We all have rhythm! Some drums and percussion instruments will be provided or bring your own. Sessions are open to everyone.
Location: Evergreen Community centre room 3
Time: 9:30 – 10:30
Contact: Use “Email Us” – Siliver Drummer
Commencing: Oct. 10th