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DRUMMING CIRCLES

A drum circle is any group of people playing hand-drums and percussion in a circle. They are distinct from a drumming group or troupe in that the drum circle is an end in itself rather than preparation for a performance. They can range in size from a handful of players to circles with thousands of participants.

In western countries, drum circles have developed into two main types:

Community - free-form drumming, often open to the public and entirely improvised in-the-moment.

Facilitated or Conducted - group drumming that is musically directed by a specific person, often called a facilitator.

All forms of drum circles are used in a variety of settings and applications including; team building, recreational music making, wellness, education, celebrations, spirituality, personal growth, etc.

Katie Power -  ALIVE ADVENTURES -    http://aliveadventures.ca/

Tom Alteen -  MUSUBI DRUM CIRCLES -    http://www.musubidrumcircles.com/

Bernadette Gentry -  RELEASE YOUR RHYTHM DRUM CIRCLES - www.facebook.com/releaseyourrhythm

Donna Power - JUVAN NEW AGE CENTER -   (under news and events...TBA)