Rhythm Culture - African Drumming
Corporate Functions, Musical Instruments, Drums
Rhythm Culture caters for all levels in West African Percussion. From beginner to advanced to ensemble and solo performance. Each class will focus on a variety of different traditional West African rhythms and students will have the opportunity to play a selection of West African instruments including dundun, breaks, song and accompaniments. Classes will be educational and challenging and require only yourself and a smile! On completion of each term students will have the opportunity to perform at local Community Jams!
Rhythm Culture inspires communication and motivation between employees and co-workers through a range of different techniques. The corporate workshops have been specifically designed to encourage team-building, increase levels of concentration and productivity and inspire creative solution making. Rhythm Culture will provide your workplace, seminar or conference with an unforgettable experience. All participants of the workshop will experience a great physical and emotional release that will be the perfect icebreaker for your
Rhythm Culture provides educational workshops for students of all ages. These workshops are specifically designed to inspire and create a greater sense of community. Each student will have a drum and the the opportunity to engage with those around through traditional West African rhythm, song and dance. Rhythm Culture provides a musical and cultural experience for the students of Queensland and introduces an indigenous art practised by many ethnic and western people all over the world. Nathaniel Combs will share his stories of living and studying with master musicians and ballets in West Africa, along with his knowledge of traditional song and language in French, Malinke and Susu. These interactive workshops are truely a unique and authentic way to bring students together through music, story and song. Rhythm Culture currently provides workshops for councils, schools, Active After School Care and youth and disability organisations all over QLD. All workshops include drum hire, costume and facilitation.
Rhythm Culture has been making quality West African instruments for over a decade including djembe, dundun, kpanlogo, tama (talking drum), bougarabou, and sabar. Our shells are all hand carved in West Africa and each one is hand picked by Nathaniel to maintain the highest level of quality. Each drum is then fitted with top quality Australian goat and cow skin using marine strenght rope. This guarantees an instrument with the best sound and quality that looks great and lasts a lifetime.
, Corporate Entertainment
, Corporate Functions
, Holiday Programs
, Musical Instrument Repair
, Musical Instruments
, Re-Skin Drums
, School Holiday Programs
, West African Dancing
, West African Drumming