Rhythm Rocks - Insight into Community Drum Circle (Global Percussion)
Art Form GenreMusic
Programme Format Digital/Blended, On-site
Venue Enclosed Room / Music Room / AVA Room / Dance Studio
Target Audience Primary-Lower, Primary-Upper, Secondary-Lower, Secondary-Upper, JC/CI, ITE, SPED
This programme allows students to experience spontaneous self expression and inter-cultural interaction through the ‘voices’ of the drums. It gives them a platform to unleash a portion of their personal freedom, through the collective action of drumming together. Community Drum Circle is an empowering process that provides a fun, inspiring and safe environment for students to explore their inner creativity, to reconnect, be playful and be support of each other through music making and expression, at the same time discover new perspectives of team synergy, connectivity, context changing, leadership and the art of listening. Making music in a creative manner allowing contribution to be inclusive and appreciated. It allows students to experience the joy of making music together without going through numerous sessions of classes. It is also an excellent opportunity to introduce beginning beginners to rhythm and music making. Using a wide range of global drums and percussions from African and Latin origins that cover the whole timbre spectrum, students can look forward to an array of musical sounds through varying timbre, tones and rhythms. Such instruments include: Conga, Cowbell, Djembe, Ashiko Tan-tans, Dunun, Shakers, and Wood Blocks. This helps students to understand the character of the equipments as a musical instruments and playing of basic rhythmic pattern as an ensemble (and in unison). Students are given opportunity to play and explore rhythms of their own bringing other musical experience into the classroom. Engaging in rhythm making and playing together in ensemble parts understanding of phrasing, balance and blend, the importance of listening, respect and sensitivity *Digital mode for this programme will be conducted via ZOOM video conferencing platform.
One Chair per Participating Student
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OneHeartBeat Pte Ltd
OneHeartBeat (OHB) was formed in 2001. Since our inception, we have create an impactful and creative experiences for our learners. Our objective is to empower a community of learners to realise their potential through music and arts where we believe it is an integral part of one's learning.
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