African Drumming Workshops

We can deliver drumming workshops to suit learners of different needs, ages and abilities so they can express themselves and learn new skills.

Overview

Our drumming workshops are fun, interactive and educational. Through making music in a group, we are able to build confidence, encourage teamwork, promote creativity and improve coordination.

Our Approach

Our interactive workshops are delivered by Master Drummer, Victor Frederick, from St. Kitts in the Caribbean, who is a successful musician with a wealth of experience.

Participants will learn to create music using African drums and percussion instruments, or even make their own instruments.

Workshops We Can Provide

 

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African Drumming Workshop

Participants will first be introduced to different African drums and percussion instruments and then be taught to create their own music and rhythms. Through this process, participants will learn to work as a team and express themselves through music.

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African Drum Making Workshop

Participants will first be introduced to different African drums and percussion instruments and then taught to make their own drums and percussion with the materials provided. Learners will then get to create music and rhythms with their newly made drums and also bring home their instruments as souvenirs.

These workshops can be delivered as half-day or all-day course and can be tailored to your learning needs.

Cost: from £200
Inclusive of hire and use of drums and percussion equipment.

Examples Of Our Work

Drumming workshop at Porth Junior School

Interested in our African drumming workshops? Get in touch!

“I just wanted to express my grateful thanks to the musician Vic Frederik for his considerable efforts both last night and the time leading up to the children’s performance. His rapport with the audience of parents and teachers was brilliant and it was so obvious how much the children enjoyed their time and how much they appreciated his efforts”

Gareth Hughes, Cydradd Cymru