When a class full of students is a percussion orchestra!
The power of rhythm and group percussion
This activity is facilitated with djembes, bells, drums, shakers, claves, and other percussion instruments.
No need to leave school
A Drum Circle allows you to find a common area of learning through play, fun, and a smile.
Without having to leave school, all students can enjoy this experience where, in a practical and non-theoretical way, we become, from the first minute, a great percussion orchestra.
I’m different. I’m important!
A Drum Circle is the triumph of diversity, where individual contributions add to the collective result.
It is an inclusive experience (nobody is excluded, not for gender, social status, religion, language or functional diversity) and it is also a powerful exercise of personal recognition: “I am different, therefore I am important and necessary”.
What will we do? How does it work?
A Drum Circle offers participants the possibility of getting to know and recognizing instruments, sounds, timbres and roles within the orchestra.
We work on musical aspects, listening, participation, teamwork (community work has a different meaning) and respect for oneself, for others, for the collective and the environment. All this is done creatively, enhancing communication, empathy, and teamwork.