DRUM SING DANCE PROGRAM
FREE DRUM HIRE, NO TRAVEL COSTS, PROFESSIONAL FACILITATORS
Rhythm Culture Drum Sing Dance Kindergarten Incursions have been servicing kindergartens and child care centres in South East QLD and Northern NSW for many years. All of our facilitators are skilled professionals trained in Africa. We love what we do and you will too!
- Every child will play an African djembe & unique African percussion.
- 45minute – 1hour workshop
- There will be body percussion
- Lots of singing, dancing & laughing
- African dance moves
- Call and response music patterns
- We ask lots of questions
- The children will go on a journey through story, song & movement
- Learn about how and what the African instruments are made from
Kindergarten Program Benefits
These benefits are all part of our Drum Sing Dance program and experienced in a fun, playful and engaging way.
Musical – drumming, singing, and lots of instruments
Physical – dancing, coordination, spacial awareness
Interactive – every child has an instrument to play
Educational – counting, language, listening, directions
Social – teamwork, communication, connection, community
Cultural – learn about African culture through stories and play
Creative – thinking, playing and movement
"Our staff and kids really enjoyed your last session as well, were very impressed!" - Ben Jorna YMCA Enoggera OSHC Coordinator
"Nathaniel and team, thank you for an absolutely fabulous session earlier today. Feedback has been phenomenal."
- Prenaven Naidoo, Senior Principal Consultant, Infosys Consulting
"Rhythm Culture was an exciting and hands on way for our junior secondary students to learn some drumming techniques, expand on their knowledge of rhythm and beat and practice improvisation, all while learning about the West African Culture. The team are so easy to work with and reliable and professional. Thanks Rhythm Culture, we will be booking you again in the future"
Carly Cook, Music Teacher, Mountain Creek State High School.
“Again, Rhythm Culture was a delight to use. Would highly recommend, and I will continue to use them for future events and activities. Thank you! “
– Alison Binney, 50th Birthday Party
“Nathaniel has an easy and natural rapport with Kindy children. His range of experiences are perfect for this age group. Aside from experiencing a glimpse of African culture and being immersed in his wonderful music, the children could not help but be inspired by Nathaniel’s passion for what he does. I highly recommend Rhythm Culture for any Kindergarten program.”
– Carmel Desjardins, Director, Peregian Beach Community Kindergarten
“Our students had a wonderful time and we would love to book you again for next years camp.”
– Tylene Thompson, Mountain Creek State High School
“Nathaniel’s enthusiasm and passion for his art was contagious and inspirational. The children had a wonderful time and they were kept moving and engaged for the entire 2 days. I would definitely recommend this workshop to anyone wishing to immerse children in a rich cultural experience. Thank you Nathaniel we had a blast!”
– Leanne Jones, Acting Principal, Marlborough State School
"Love you guys. Have had you attend the service several times over the years and find your sessions full of life and fun. the children are engaged and love playing the drums" - Kirsten Bulger, Matthew Finders OSHC
“Rhythm Culture were fantastic. They were easy to deal with in the lead up to the event and arrived early for both performances. They sounded fantastic and were the right fit for our event. I would definitely use them again for future events.”
– Kathryn Whiting, Functions and Productions Manager IRONMAN Asia-Pacific
"I would like to thank Nathaniel and Bec for a wonderful day of positive energy and amazing skill. They are an extraordinarily talented team and brought so much to our college in just one short day.
From the staff session in the morning - what a brilliant way to start a day - to the final Masterclass with selected Secondary students, they were engaging and fully present in all that they did.
We invited Rhythm Culture into the school to support our teen chaplaincy program as we could see how the drumming might not only appeal to our students and give them a focus for their energy, but provide them with the opportunity to be apart of something bigger than themselves. The team definitely delivered!
We are hopeful that the skills learnt on the day will continue to develop and grow with the support of our chaplain in lunchtime drumming sessions and that in the future we might get Rhythm Culture back to help us with the creation of drums and a regular drumming mentorship.Once again, a huge thank you!" - Felicity Bezer, Noosa Christian College