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Group Drumming Special Events

"Music expresses that which cannot be put into words
and that which cannot remain silent."
Victor Hugo
image Kevin Makarewicz

Feel the Aliveness, Empowerment, Connection and Joy
that comes from making music together!
Learn to take your place in the Circle of Drumming.

Drumming is participatory! It provides successful experiences for young and old, even for people without prior music experience.

Drumming can help bring down walls and get people connecting with each other!

Drumming can help to control and release emotions and stress.

Drumming can help coordinating the body and mind. It is good exercise.

Drumming can allow for a deep heart to heart exchange without words.

Drumming can create a feeling of belonging, support and connection.

Drumming can help develop perception, attention, focus and memory.

- Frequently Asked Questions -

Do I need a drum?

No, drums are provided. You are welcome to bring your own.

What if I am interested but have no experience and no rhythm.

Helping people find their way with rhythm and music has been a large part of my life's work. I have found few people who genuinely can't participate well in group drumming.

About Kevin Makarewicz:

30 plus year facilitating music making as a means of healing, transform and empowerment in educational, personal growth and clinical settings.

M.A. in Expressive Therapies, Lesley College;

B.A. in Music and Psychology, WCSU;

Music For People Teachers Training;

Certified "Drumbeat" instructor- (Discovering Relationships Using Music, Beliefs, Attitude and Thoughts);

African Drumming

Taiko Drumming