Gosford’s The Rhythm Hut student drumming spectacular kicks off on Saturday, April 9.
Students have spent eight weeks perfecting their rhythm and all their efforts will culminate in this end of term performance.
Each drumming class will be performing one piece, with taiko and djembe drummers ranging from beginners to advanced. Visitors will enjoy the movement in each performance, as well as the thunderous sound and exotic rhythms. Tribal African drums, or djembe, are a great introductory instrument.
Their melodic sound and intricate rhythms are good for all levels of drumming and create an enjoyable atmosphere. There will also be performances from vocal coaching and didgeridoo students and the Hut’s ukulele group
Media release, Mar 28, 2016 Amy Corcoran, The Rhythm Hut