WORKSHOPS

 

Welcome to our ‘WORKSHOP’ page where you will find more details about our new classes in helping to develop skills in African, Latin, Middle-Eastern and World drumming.

The classes promote healthy living by having fun through drumming, as well as meeting and interacting with like minded residents in the community.

BOOKINGS: 0411 028 077

info@beatfactormusic.com

On-Line Courses

WEEKLY DRUM WORKOUT FOR BEGINNERS IN AFRICAN BEATS

RETURNS ON MONDAY 9th NOVEMBER to 14 DECEMBER

(6 Weeks)

Our on-line African Drumming classes resumes from Monday 9th November on ZOOM On-Line.

The 6 Week Beginners course is ideal for those with limited or no experience in African drumming/hand drumming who want try out their drumming skills.

Beginner Course focuses on:

  1. Learning basic technique on the Djembe drum
  2. Developing a strong groove, feel and control
  3. Developing on timing and listening skills
  4. Developing on Ensemble skills & working as a team
  5. Working on call & response concepts/Solo ideas
  6. Exploring different drum piece arrangements
  7. Creating a sense of well-being and having fun

On-Line Prices:

Beginners: Mondays: 7.00 pm -8.00 pm

Pre-Pay for our 4-6-week course and receive one free class.

Or $12.50 per person, per class.

Bookings and ptr-payment must be made before 20 November to receive the Free Class.

BOOKINGS: 0411 028 077

info@beatfactormusic.com

Eventbrite Ticket Bookings: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/weekly-drum-workout-in-african-beats-beginners-course-tickets-127105543101

WEEKLY DRUM WORKOUT IN AFRICAN & LATIN BEATS- INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

RETURNS ON TUESDAY 10 NOVEMBER TO 15 DECEMBER- (6 Weeks)

Our on-line Intermediate African Drumming classes resumes from Tuesday 10 November on ZOOM On-Line.

The 6 Week Intermediate course is ideal for those who have completed our 6 Week beginner course or who have some previous experience in hand drumming and would like to develop those skills further in their musical journey.

Intermediate Course focuses on:

  1. Developing on tones and slaps technique on the Djembe drum
  2. Developing a strong groove and stamina for extended play
  3. Exploring other African percussion, Dun Duns, (Big Low Drums), Gankogui (Bell) & Axsatse (Shakers)
  4. Rhythmic relationships between Djembe and other African percussion instruments.
  5. Working on more complex ensemble pieces
  6. Developing solo ideas and free improvisation skills
  7. Holding a steady tempo in a supporting role and as a soloist.
  8. Developing on Ensemble skills & working as a team
  9. Creating a sense of well-being and creativeness

On-line Prices:

Intermediate: Tuesday: 7.30pm – 8.45pm

Pre-Pay for our 4-6-week course and receive one free class.

Or $15.00 per person, per class.

Bookings and pre-payment must be made before 20 November to receive the Free Class.

BOOKINGS: 0411 028 077

info@beatfactormusic.com

Past Workshops: From Juniors to Adults

Great to see the young ones getting into it

 

                                       

                                               

Workshops at  Community Centers

BOOKINGS: 0411 028 077

info@beatfactormusic.com

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