School Drumming Workshops

Here is a list of School Drumming Workshops. Enquire here about any of these workshops or select one to view below. You may also search for a specific area or age group.

 

Samba Drumming Workshop

Bring a Latin flavour to your primary school from South America! Our Samba Drumming Workshop is suitable for all age groups and gives children the opportunity to creatively learn about and enjoy music from another culture. Using various percussion... > View Profile

Just Drumming

Our Drumming Workshop is suitable for all age groups and gives children the opportunity to creatively learn about and enjoy music from another culture.  Using traditional African djembe drums, children create sounds and rhythms with... > View Profile

Chair Drumming

Drumming games and group activities using school chairs as percussion instruments culminating in effective glow in the dark performances of percussion pieces written for 'chair ensemble'. Workshop promotes: • Student well being  • Productive energy channeling  • Developing... > View Profile

Magic Drum - Drumming Workshops

Magic Drum have been providing Drumming workshops since 2004. We specialise in Brazilian Samba Drumming, African Drumming, Drum Circles (improvised 'In-The-Moment' music making with drums and percussion from around the world) and have done workshops at all... > View Profile

Bollywood concerts and workshops

The Bollywood Brass Band presents an exciting and engaging experience for your school or college; we can tailor all kinds of workshops, interactive talks and performances to children and young people at all key stages. Our workshops link to the National Curriculum and are... > View Profile

Play African Drums with Drums Agogo

Play African drums with Drums Agogo – the leading provider of African drumming workshops to schools in Yorkshire and beyond. Friendly, funky and fun workshops for all ages and all Key Stages – hands-on music-making, an exhilarating team effort, with... > View Profile

Drumming for Schools

Rhythmbridge is a leading provider of African, Samba and Junk Percussion workshops.  Established in 1999 we have delivered 1000's of successful workshops and with us you are dealing direct with the artist. We are not an agency. > View Profile

West African Drumming and Dance

Mandinka Roots have been teaching children and adults about West African culture, both in the UK and abroad, since 2005. Oumar Alex Sagna is originally from Senegal where he worked as an artiste for many years in several Dakar based companies. A skilled dancer and... > View Profile

Percussion4U

Percussion4U are providers of Samba Drumming Workshops, Samba Dancing Workshops, Cuban Salsa Dancing Workshops, Hand drumming Workshops and African Drumming Workshops for schools and colleges. > View Profile

Fab Drumming Workshops for Schools

FabDrumming workshops FabDrumming workshops are funky, inclusive, musical fun and suitable for all ages and abilities. We offer African Drumming, Junk Percussion, African Dancing and Gumboot Dancing workshops. Drumming has many benefits, it encourages creativity, self... > View Profile

Sussex Music Workshops

A range of exciting 'hands on' music workshops and extra Curriculum activities from around the world, including Samba drumming, African /Egyptian drumming, Australian Music, Caribbean, Spanish and Junk Percussion. I also run extra curriculum activities for... > View Profile

Rhythm Instinct

African drumming workshops and all manner of drumming and rhythmic things! Can include a performance or a recording on CD. Courses and one offs available. Private tuition and groups. Ages 7+ > View Profile

Bang On! Junk Drumming Workshops

  Bang On! have designed workshops for all ages which explore all aspects of unusual instrumentation, teach basic rhythms and show that music can be made from anything!  All workshops are preceded by a twenty-minute performance from Bang On! to give an... > View Profile

African Activities

We are an established company having delivered high quality workshops and events to schools, charities, councils and organizations for over five years.  Our Ghanaian practitioners, arrive in national dress (just what we wear not a costume!) and we engage with students... > View Profile

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