Hosting a Festival, Neighborhood Party, Parks & Rec Program, Support Group or Private Event?
Let EXPLORE! Rhythm™ enliven
your Community Event!
- Encourage group fun
- Feel community connection
- Enhance listening skills and group communication
- Opportunities for hand-on participation
- Experiencing the simplicity and joy of rhythm
- Learning about something new
- Feel more relaxed
- Lots of smiling and laughing
What makes a Rhythm Circle fun?
“The Community Rhythm Circle is a fun, entry-level learning experience that is accessible to anyone who wants to participate. Drum circle participants express themselves collectively using a chorus of tuned drums, percussion, and vocals to create a musical song together having a great time.” – Arthur Hull, founder of Village Music Circles
- Drum circles are inter-generational family fun. Children, parents and grandparents alike feel the excitement, bonding, and satisfaction of making in-the-moment music together.Drumming is energizing for participants, and spectators, too. People leave the EXPLORE! Rhythm Jam happy, upbeat, and ready to enjoy even more of what your Festival or Fair has to offer.
- Drum circles offer a participatory “I can do it !” experience ” Participants may wonder, “Do I have rhythm? Will I feel awkward? Can I contribute to our community song?” Guided by our make-rhythm-easy facilitation, they learn to express their innate rhythm and natural ability to lead and follow. They leave with a boosted sense of creativity, community and empowerment, able to explore other festival offerings with deeper engagement.Drum circles are FUN! The offer a unique experience that spawns word-of-mouth promotion for your event.
Explore! Rhythm uses rhythm to create fun community building experience used effectively in a variety of environments for relaxation and stress release, refinement of motor skills, creative expression, enhancement of self-confidence and the dissolving of perceived barriers between individuals and the group.
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For Rhythm Education
Durham Public School Summer Camps 2013-2105; Carrboro Parks & Rec Music Camp 2008-2015; Duke Summer Reading Academy 2011; Montessori Children’s House of Durham, 2010; Fall 2009 – Heartwood Montessori School in Cary and Community Independent School; Summer 2009 – Quality Education Institute, Durham; Hopewell Academy, Cary. Montessori in Durham 2008.
Chapel Hill Home School Co-op 2007; Chapel Hill Carrboro After-School Programs; Apex YMCA Track Out 2006; Rashkis Elementary Science Enrichment 2007; Various Triangle area summer camps, after schools and day cares.
For Fun in Community Duke’s Camp Kaleidoscope 2009-2014; Hope Valley Day Camp 2009, 2010, NC Zoo Earth Day and Boo at the Zoo 2010-2014.
Meadowmont Village Arts Festival 2007; Pinkfest at Regency Park 2007; Durham’s Centerfest 2005; Duke’s Nasher Museum Family Day 2012, Raleigh’s First Night ; NC Symphony Concert Family Event at Regency Park; Raleigh’s Exploris Museum Kids’ Camp; Brown- Summit Kids Camp; Charles House Eldercare Care Center; Regular Community Drum Circles and kid’s camps for Carrboro Parks & Recreation; Cary’s Regency Park Movie Night (pre-show); See-Jane-Run, local running group; Friends Teen Regional Conference.
“How does the drum help to relieve stress? There are numerous ways this occurs. When people drum, they are generally having fun. It is difficult to be in a playful mode and be stressed at the same time.”
– Robert Lawrence Friedman, author,
from “The Healing Power of the Drum”