Primary & Secondary School African Drumming Workshops & Shows

School African Drumming Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school African Drumming workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

African Mask Making, Dance & Drumming

EG Incursions African Mask Making workshop is simply unique. As an alternative to African drumming during Black History Month and suitable at any time of year, the workshop involves every child decorating their own wooden African mask and learning our African Mask... > View Profile

African Rhythms

Our African Drumming Incursion introduces every child to music, rhythm and songs from Western Africa. Extremely popular throughout Black History Month and on Harmony Day, every child plays their own djembe which culminates in a whole school performance. A drum circle forms... > View Profile

Traditional African drumming and dance

With a smile as big as Africa itself dynamic Performer and Teacher Odai Affotey from Ghana will take participants on a musical journey into the heart of Africa through traditional drumming, dance and song.  Designed as an interactive program where all participants have the... > View Profile

Unbeatable Energy

African drumming workshops for corporate events, schools and gatherings. Using traditional African drums, Unbeatable Energy's exclusive experiences allow groups to find new ways of communicating, thinking, and problem solving - from small team sessions, to classrooms, to big... > View Profile

Drum Circles

If you want to empower and inspire the students in your school using a fresh approach then you need to give them a high energy Kids on Congas drumming experience! Our drumming sessions in schools are a fabulous musical experience, which make a big impact and most importantly... > View Profile

African Drumming / Drum Therapy

InRhythms school drumming program is all about teaching your students musicality and African culture while also unveiling a natural state of joy & unity by providing the opportunity to join with each other in rhythm, shift perspectives and recognise the shared space & peace at... > View Profile

West African Drum and Dance Workshop

Asanti Dance Theatre have worked with students of all ages and abilities from many destinations around the world. We play, teach, perform and entertain leaving students a lasting impression and a new wealth of knowledge that remains long after the workshops end. Bookings with... > View Profile

Incursions R Us - African Experience

Students will learn of the rich cultural heritage of African Dance in this dynamic and interactive incursion program. African dance expression stems from a cultural need for the African people to celebrate victories, harvests, marriages, the birth of a child and various... > View Profile

Rhythm Drum Circles

Rhythm Culture takes you on an exciting journey through rhythm, movement and sound. We offer West African drumming classes, DRUM SING DANCE programs, team building workshops, disability and youth workshops, performances, Christmas functions and parties, school & holiday... > View Profile

How to use drumming for learning, development and fun!

Drum Therapy offers a very fun, musical incursion based on rhythm and percussion where the students make ALL of the music themselves. It is not a performance by us but a performance by the children facilitated by us. There is growing scientific evidence for the linkage... > View Profile

African Soul Drummer

Everyone can benefit from the power of drumming and rhythm. Soul Drummer has a unique passion for exploring the many healing benefits of drumming. Our goal is to share that with the wider community. Drumming is a great activity for celebration, releasing stress, having fun... > View Profile

Josinas Drum

African drumming encourages people to listen, to play in harmony with one another. Everyone plays their own beat, but integral to the whole funky sound, the heart beat of the whole group! It is also a safe way to let go of tension and stress and to be “loud”. So... > View Profile

Akwaaba

Meaning “welcome” in the Ashanti language from Ghana, Akwaaba's vision is to use traditional African drumming and dance as a tool to promote peace and unity within the West Australian community. Led by Paul Osei Kofi, Akwaaba has been entertaining a wide variety of audiences... > View Profile

NSW African Drumming

“Teranga” is a Senegalese word that loosely translates as “hospitality,” yet, the concept is well beyond that literal translation. It’s more of a philosophical code, it is really, a very strong social value, where families invite strangers in need... > View Profile

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