What do we offer?
All our workshops are inclusive with focus on engaging everyone. We provide instruments for every participant including authentic djembes, panlogos, dundun, shakers and bells. Body rhythm and voice may also be used.
These short sessions are from 15 minutes to an hour and are designed to invigorate and entertain your audience. They can be run as a series of smaller short sessions throughout the day, or as one large energiser to get everyone syncopated. Commonly they are used to:
You can also mix and match the energiser with a performance of team building events. For example you could make your after dinner entertainment a more interactive experience!
What to expect?
Kwame has been running drumming workshops in the UK for 15 years. Our team of highly skilled professional musicians are African Drumming specialists able to engage and entertain - sharing a truly uplifting cultural experience not just drum beats!
Your practitioners will be wearing national dress (not a costume!) and will lead a visual as well as musically exciting session!
"We had a fantastic time!"
~ RTS Consulting Group
It was a great way to end a long day of training.
Fiona, Hampshire Learning
How many participants?
As a rough rule of thumb we advise one practitioner for every 40 participants. Maximum group size is limited by the space you have available. We are currently limited to 1500 drums, but can use body percussion and voice with larger groups.
Please go to the booking pages to see when we are available and get your free quote. Our office is open five days a week and would be delighted to have a quick chat to ensure we get the correct fit for your event.