9 Meetup Groups match “African drumming” near Chicago, IL
Learn and develop traditional djembe technique, rhythms and drum songs. All skill levels are welcomed.
I decided to start this group because I love drumming, playing drums, teaching drumming and all things drummy (especially with the West African djembe drum).
Drum circle? What is a drum circle? Its free style drumming in a low key, loving, peaceful, welcoming environment. NO DRUMMING EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY !!! The only prerequisite is to come and have fun. Please bring your drums, rattles, didgeridoo and other instruments to join in on the jam, if you don’t have your own we will have some limited hand percussion available to share. The is an adult drum circle but teenagers are welcome. Dancing and chanting is encouraged. Fee: Whatever you are comf …
This group lets anyone post and declare a drum circle. So if you feel like playing drums at the beach or park, post a meetup, and drum friends will follow! This group is *open to all* - everyone is organizer!
This class began in 1999. It is specifically designed for anyone curious about rhythm. While focused on traditional West African rhythms, it expands to include students general rhythmic interests. Experience what a rhythmic family and community can offer. Come check it out for free. No experience necessary.
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Our Vision is to create a spiritual community of musicians, artists, singers, chanters, and dancers who come together on mother earth under our father sky. We will play the rhythms and sounds of ancient & modern tribes, aboriginal groups and devotional music. The musicians will play music, while the artists are welcome to paint or sculpt their visions. The chanters will immerse their vocals to the ethnic vibes while the dancers will move their bodies beautifully. Some of the various sounds will …
We make drums! This meetup group is for all those people who say to us "when's the next drum jam?"
We will try each of these coffee shops 1. BRIDGEPORT COFFEE HOUSE The coffee-roasting operation on the corner of Morgan and 31st Street is a point of pride for Bridgeport and a source of jealousy for almost every other neighborhood. Housed in a prototypically warm-toned, wood-heavy coffeehouse (only without the fleabag couches and drum-circle vibe), Bridgeport Coffee sets itself apart by roasting its own beans and brewing them with levels of respect usually reserved for presidents. The pour-ov …
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