Rhythm Culture brings African drumming, music and culture to the Sunshine Coast. Rhythm Culture offers West African drumming classes, DRUM SING DANCE programs, team building workshops, disability and youth workshops, performances, Christmas functions, private parties, school & holiday programs, wedding entertainment, private tuition and a wide range of West African instruments. We are based in the Sunshine Coast in Queensland and travel Australia wide to share and create music.
Rhythm Culture provides a musical and cultural experience for the people of Queensland and introduces an indigenous art practised by many ethnic and western people all over the world. Each participant will have a drum and the opportunity to engage with those around them through traditional West African rhythm, song and dance.
Rhythm Culture’s West African drumming workshops and classes for adults and children are being incorporated into organisations all over Queensland. Councils, schools, government funded organisations and individuals are including DRUM SING DANCE and African drumming workshops into their entertainment schedules for 2013. For your next event or program, provide an activity that your audience wont forget!
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We run West African Drumming Classes in the Sunshine Coast area. Learn Djembe, Dundun, African rhythms, coordination exercises, soloing skills, be entranced and meet great people!Learn More
Our DRUM SING DANCE workshops have entertained and educated thousands of people from all walks of life, all over Australia. Connect interact and enliven your community with the power of drumming.Learn More
We provide creative entertainment solutions to energise, connect, and entertain. From team building to ice breakers, energises to interactive performances, dynamic workshops to tribal Drum and DanceLearn More
We’ve been making drums for over a decade, all hand-carved in West Africa. Top quality wood, skin and craftsmanship for the perfect sound.Learn More
We are in search of visiting/touring performances and workshops all of the time and it is difficult to find affordable, quality experiences. Kim Piper, PCYC
Rhythm Culture’s workshops were exciting, inspiring, and extremely well received. Nathaniel was adept at adjusting the content of the workshops to suit the audience, and clearly worked very hard through them all. Feedback from customers and staff was overwhelmingly positive. We look forward to hosting further workshops by Rhythm Culture in the future. Donna Kellion, Mackay
Thanks to Rhythm Culture for a wonderful workshop this morning! Highly recommend for anyone with lots of energy who like to make a bit of noise! Fabulous array of djembe’s and other interesting instruments and activities kept the kids busy and happy Little Musos, The J Noosa
A big thank you for this morning’s workshop … in the words of my grandsons “it was the most fun they have ever had”. Even the ‘old girl’ had a great time. You have a gift for making it so interesting and inspire everyone to join in. Not sure that I should do that much jumping at my age but what the heck Jan Waghorn, Lake Kawana
After my drummimg lessons with Nathaniel I’m left ‘buzzing’ all the way home. A very patient, tolerant & understanding teacher and great with the kids too! Love it so much that now four of my clients attend the 10 wk course. I bought my djembe recently off Nathaniel and he helped me in every way possible. What great fun!!! Denise Curry, Red Faery Hair, Woodford
Come along and pick up on the vibe. Nathaniels enthusiasm is contagious. Before you know it you will be grooving like you were born to do it Justin Shute, Mapleton
Great chance to meet new people in a friendly, fun, relaxed atmosphere whilst learning new things Caroline Mcdonald, Mapleton
Nathaniel is a great teacher who has a relaxed yet focussed approach to teaching. He always brings fun and lightness to his classes. He is very approachable and takes great care and patience to impart the rhythms to his class. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed learning drumming from him Sudeshana Brough, Maleny
I really appreciated your style of teaching and the way you managed to get such a large group involved in a way that was inclusive of everyone’s ideas and embraced their creative input. It’s hard to find teaching artists in this area that have these qualities and are also knowledgeable in their field and can find ways to work effectively with the kids to produce an original and inclusive performance outcome. Kathleen Mitchell, Program Coordinator – The Song Room
Nathaniel provides exciting and innovative performing arts programs for refugee and migrant young people. His African drumming sessions are lively, colourful and full of enthusiasm. It is magical to see Nathaniel’s drumming bring youths from different cultures to sing and dance. Nathaniel has a special way of connecting with young people and his popularity is seen by the large exciting sessions he runs. Diana Nguyen, Acting Coordinator – Southern Ethnic Advisory and Advocacy Council (SEAAC)
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