Different Kinds of Drumcircle
We support your training or event with a drumcircle in order to reach your desired goals. We provide instruments for all participants, no musical skills are required.
We offer all our programs at a wide range of possible procedures, from a 90 minute intense training took to a full seminar of up to several days. These seminars include drumcircle units, groupwork units, video-feedback and feedback-rounds to enable the transfer of your key learning into your day-to-day work situation.
Depending on your needs and the desired ambiance we offer different types of groove circles, we combine them, and according to your special wish we are able to create any other setting too.
classic drumcircle with drums and small percussion instruments from all over the world.
with objects redefined as musical objects such as brooms, boxes, straws, “Stomp”- style. www.stomponline.com
Objects that are produced or used at the company sight are very welcome. If possible, it is quite a gain if this circle takes place at the production site.
with balls of all sizes and colours, with simple choreographies, Fits very well as interactive accompanying program for sports events.
|Kitchen circle and dinner percussion:
with cutlery, dishes, cookware, fits very well with event gastronomy and during lunches and dinners of any kind.
|Circle songs, vocal grooves and body percussion:
Singing, created out of the moment, dives in melody, harmony and groove full of inspiration,changes spontaneously and comes to completion.
Sung improvisation, groovy and poetic, powerful and tender, coming from different styles, full of phantasy and polyphonic….
Slogans and important messages can be put into and arranged in a raps.
|Body percussion and small percussion:
Use your own body as an instrument or use small instruments (f.e. as give aways also with your company logo on it), f.e. Shaker, Drumsticks, Boomwhackers www.boomwhackers.com
Drumcircle-programs are very much inspired by Arthur Hull, USA, recognized since 1985 as the father of the community drum circle movement www.drumcircle.com
and follows very much his principles: