Where is the one? Mat Stonehouse and Tania Bosak drumming workshop Melbourne
September 28 @ 10:30 am - September 29 @ 5:30 pm AEST
An event every day that begins at 10:30am, repeating indefinitely
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SAT 28th and SUN 29th September – Melbourne
An immersive 2-day weekend workshop of Odd-time, Cross-rhythm and Polyrhythmic Drumming
with STONEHOUSE & BOSAK Matt Stonehouse – FRAME DRUMMING Tania Bosak – PULSEdrum (step, voice, and drumming) All levels welcome.
Odd-time and cross-rhythm explorations with Matt on frame drums, and Tania’s PULSEdrum sessions which integrate, body, voice and drumming in odd-time/polyrhythmic cycles, will form the foundation of this unique weekend where you get to immerse fully out of and away from 4/4!
A world of odd-time awaits, and as a full body experience, you will go beyond learning patterns and enter the deeper realms of cycles in 7, 9, 11 and beyond.
All levels are welcome and the group will be leveled into beginner and intermediate/advanced classes and alternate with Matt and Tania.
LOCATION Richmond Uniting Church Hall/s
ABOUT MATT STONEHOUSE
ABOUT TANIA BOSAK
What people say?
‘Tania’s PULSE and TaKeTiNa inspired workshops make the often difficult and confrontational process of learning music and rhythm an exciting and rewarding process. Her clear, step-by-step guidance and encouragement has allowed me to play and understand rhythms that I’d previously felt were beyond my capacity’.
Matt Young – drumming teacher, meditation teacher
‘I’d describe the whole experience as challenging, uplifting, rewarding and eminently grounding.’
Feriel – business analyst
EARLY RATE 12 places only $165
10.30-5.30pm SAT 28th Sept
10.30-5.30pm SUN 39th Sept
CLASSES WILL TAKE PLACE IN TWO SEPARATE ROOMS WITH TEACHERS ON LOCATION.
ALL DRUMS SUPPLIED.
IF YOU HAVE YOUR OWN FRAME DRUM OR CONGA/HAND DRUM PLEASE BRING IT ALONG!
*Please note tickets are non-refundable, they are transferable to another person or to a future pulse rhythm event within 24 months of the workshop date.