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Have a fun-filled professionally facilitated Drum Circle at your School/Library/Camp where everyone quickly connects with one another.  You can have a Drum Circle for the teachers or for the students.  You can also combine them, both teachers and students, to make one big drum circle where everyone gets to connect with one another and share their rhythm spirit in making music in the moment.

Virginia Commonwealth University

International Studies Students at VCU, in Richmond VA. Creating Unity in the College Community with Drum Your Dream Drum Circle.  Virginia Commonwealth University Students enjoyed an evening of Fun, Relaxation, Motivation and Team Building with Arthur Lopez from Drum Your Dream.com

Virginia Commonwealth University Students

Virginia Commonwealth University Students enjoyed an evening of Fun, Relaxation, Motivation and Team Building with Arthur Lopez from Drum Your Dream.com

From small to large venues we can create a Drum Circle that is just right for you by using the same goals your school hope to achieve by incorporating them into the Drum Circle.

Welcome back to school Drum Circle session for your teachers and students.From small to large venues we can create a Drum Circle that is just right for you. Special NO BULLYING Drum Circle

School Drum Circles 
ENB Languages 4Kidz,LLC  is a unique school that teaches the children specifically designed Language course for 3 to 6 year olds through theme-based lessons in French, Spanish, and Italian classes.
We got to share our rhythm spirit with everyone there and learned about the universality of Drumming around the world.Drum Your Dream Drum in school“We were more than satisfied and especially surprised with your performance and drumming session during our summer camp. We would absolutely love to use your services again at our next Summer Camp Yalibi Marjolaine D’Addario, Director and Founder

Through rhythmic communication, Drum Your Dream group drumming programs provide a hands-on experience that exemplifies direct, immediate action and result. As a model for educators and an experience for children, Drum Your Dream demonstrates the effects of action and interaction using auditory, kinesthetic and visual modalities to enhance communication, encourage cooperation and foster quality peer relationships.

North Carolina Camp Easterseals UCP/ Elizabeth City – Camp River City 

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“Today was absolutely amazing, We could not believe how fast you got everyone drumming together and making rhythms that we could dance to. Best event ever.   Thank You!!!!”   Jennifer Scialdone, Site Director-Elizabeth City

OUR DRUMMING EXPERIENCE PROGRAM OBJECTIVES

Enhance students’ understanding of the relationship between body and mind through rhythmic movement

  1. School/Library Drumming allow students to discover another outlet of expression through creativity in making music in the moment.
  2. Develop in young people a sense of cultural identity and inter-cultural      understanding through the playing of instruments from another culture
  3. Instill in students the importance of dedicated responsibility, teamwork skill,   cooperation, flexibility and group responsibility by making music in the moment.
  4. Develop creativity within students in an environment that is safe, friendly and Fun.
  5. Empower students with skills that can be individually pursued, or shared with  their community.

Office of the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney Community Collaboration Center

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“Wow, Your Drum Your Dream drum circle for the Anti-Bullying, Gang Awareness, Gun Violence Prevention Forum held at the Lamberts Point Recreation Center in Norfolk, VA was a huge success!!!. The children did not want to put down the drums. They were still vibrating from the experience. The audience was mesmerized by the sound and rhythms that were played by the different players of the drums as well as the other instruments.  After the Drum Circle, the children and adults were still talking about it.  I also found it very interesting to see not only the children but also the adults being engaged and enjoying the  Drum Circle. We thought it brought everything together in terms of creating unity by interacting with the selected drum players. Also, there was great audience interaction.  The Dum Your Dream experience was so engaging and fun for everyone, we would very much enjoy your participation at our future events that we have.”. Marlene Bright, Paralegal, Office of the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney.

We create a safe, supportive environment in which participants can freely explore and play.  Participants tap into their individual creativity and experience connection to the group while drumming, releasing inhibitions and experiencing true Social Benefits and Joy through facilitated drumming.

OUR DRUM CIRCLE HELP FOSTER:  Cooperation vs Competition, Teamwork, Confidence, Respect, Camaraderie, Inspiration, Collaboration,  Inclusion, Creativity, Leadership, Listening Skills, Communication and Community Building.

Arthur Lopez Drumming with Over a Hundred Participants

Rhythm is a universal language that bridges differences of culture, race, and gender. For children of all ages, playing a drum or rhythm instrument in a safe and fun environment gives them a new voice in which they can express themselves and interact with others

How much does a rhythm engagement session cost using drums and other percussion instruments? Depends mostly on the number of guests, length of time and where you’re located. Cost will include supplying of drums, plus other hand percussion instruments. Average size can be as little as 10 and  up to 300 participants.

So, to find out what your Drum Your Dream Drum Circle would cost,  please go to our CONTACT page and submit your request for your DrumYourDream  Drum Circle.  Be sure to include the date of the of your event,  location, number of participants, inside or outside and if there will be multiple sessions in the same day or throughout the week.  

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School Drumming Empowering the student

Watts School System using Drum Circles to instill Confidence and reduce Bullying