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Have you thought about what was the first-ever instrument?

The oldest musical instrument is the human voice, of course. Next came the flute and then close behind, the drums! Drums are one of the oldest instrument groups ever.

With so many fascinating drumming traditions around the world, we will discover and learn drumming traditions from a host of different cultures.

Students will find this workshop engaging and fun! They will learn how to play a steady beat in a group and create different rhythmic patterns.

  • Age Group(s): 5-8, 9-12, 13-18, Adult
  • Instructor: Mike Connors
  • Semester: Winter/Spring
  • Duration: 60 Minutes
  • Day/Time: Saturday, April 9 at 4 pm, North Hall
  • Cost: Free for CCM students
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