We are currently open and able to answer any questions you may have regarding our workshops.
Most of our workshops can be run successfully using social distancing.
Our Indian drumming workshop combines cultural awareness and musical appreciation and is considered both inspiring and rewarding. Primary Workshops for Schools will immerse your children in the history of this art form, which stretches back many thousands of years.
Designed to enhance your school’s cultural events, our Indian Drumming Workshop will introduce various rhythms and beats in order to get your children engaged and children will learn how to use traditional Indian drums such as the Dhol.
Indian drumming pairs especially well with our Indian dance, Indian storytelling and Asian textiles workshops. Whilst available to enjoy all year round, it is an absolute must-do when celebrating Diwali in October/November and Holi between late February and late March and can be enjoyed during your Cultural Week, Arts Week and International Day.
Up to 8 sessions
A typical day-long Indian Drumming Workshop consists of up to 6 sessions, stretching to 8 if necessary, culminating in an engaging performance at the end allowing children to demonstrate the exciting new rhythmical skills they have learnt.
Please note; EYFS taken from EYFS Framework. KS1/KS2 taken from National Curriculum Framework.