Cape Cod and the New England Area
The small drum has its voice, as does the large drum
Minianka proverb of Mali, West Africa
With the drummers of CCADD
If you have a heartbeat, you can drum! The uplifting rhythms of Africa relieve stress and help people connect with each other, as well as their own joy. The drummers of CCADD teach the basics of hand drumming and traditional rhythms from Mali and Guinea, West Africa. Participants will learn simple rhythms on the djembe and dun dun drums, and play together as an ensemble. The drum circle emphasizes community and the joy of rhythm. Drums provided and no experience necessary.
Open Level - Beginners Welcome!
with Sue Landers
Wednesdys at 5:30-6:30 pm
Old Bass River Road, Dennis
$15 drop-in or $130 for 10 weeks
For class information contact: 617-872-0205 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Come feel the beat, learn the beat, and co-create the beat with other women!
Cape Cod Drum Circle
First Sunday of the month
Cotuit Center for the Arts
4404 Falmouth Road/Rt. 28
Extra drums available
Facilitated by Sam Holmstock
Experience the spontaneous creation of music on a variety of drums. It evokes the universal rhythm inside of us. Bring a drum if you have one and there are plenty available as well. All levels welcome. Singers and windplayers welcome also. No experience necessary.
Sam Holmstock teaches the folkloric drumming of Africa, Haiti, Cuba and Brazil. Sam focuses on drumming techniques of the conga drum as well as the djembe, ensemble playing and the creative use of drumming vocabulary in contemporary music. For private lessons, please contact Sam at:
508-728-3943 or email@example.com.
You can never have too many drums