Nathaniel Combs has been studying West African drumming for 15 years and teaching for over 10.
His extensive knowledge and passion in West African drum and dance is contagious and mesmerising.
Nathaniel creates all Rhythm Culture drumming programs, facilitates drumming workshops and classes, performs and curates Rhythm Culture performances, leads and instructs the Muso Foli Kan Drum and Dance Ensemble and repairs and makes all djembe and dundun instruments for the Rhythm Culture shop.
Bec has been actively involved in West African drum and dance for over 10 years and has been taught by renowned teachers such as Lamine Sonko, Mitzi Mcrae, Suzi Mzuri and Simon Lewis. Bec began learning drum and dance in Melbourne in 2004 and with a love of West African music and culture and a flair for business management then relocated to the Sunshine Coast in 2012 and established Rhythm Culture. Bec has been to California in 2017 studying West African Dance with some of the best teachers in the world and she shares this knowledge and years of practice with her students in regular classes and workshops. Bec teaches the West African dance class on a Tuesday evening and runs both drum and dance workshops all over South East QLD.
Pascale has been dancing and drumming for many years actively involved with renowned Australian and international artists and with various groups in the West African drum and dance community.
Pascale teaches dundun dance weekly classes, facilitates African drum and dance workshops and performs in the Muso Foli Dance Troupe and Obi Abata Afro Latin Ensemble.
Pascale is also trained in flamenco and belly dancing.