Interactive Drumming

Interactive drumming is a unique and fun experience guided by a skilled conductor whose whimsical and playful gestures lead audiences along a unified groove. Groups are molded into true listeners whose collective beats become effortless, fun and easy –
all thanks to skilled facilitation.

The effects of drumming are well researched and prized for its effects on group dynamics, as well as the many physiological and psychological health benefits:

Music is the one language that transcends boundaries. Its positive power gives us direction, focus and passion for life, its negative power sends us into sorrow and need. This dualistic play of sound is vital to growing our own psychological and emotional development.

Lead Conductor

The Lead Conductor Paul Boyter has been guiding groups in music since 1997. He was one of the founding members of the worlds largest
drum company which he helped build a solid reputation in facilitation dynamics which is now used world wide.

After leaving in 2010 he has worked on new ways in which to unite audiences and groups, this lead him to form the Harmonics brand.

What to Expect from
Interactive Drumming

  • Along with the Conductor, we will supply 2 to 6 support performers on bass drums and Djembe (African drum) all depending on group size.
  • Everyone will receive a drum.
  • Fun filled interactive drumming with percussion.
  • Soothing sound session with famous Hang Drum or Didgeridoo.
  • Length of interactive drumming is normally 60min but can be shifted to accommodate any needs.

Trance Drumming

Trance Drumming gives every one young and old an opportunity to find their beat in a fun and interactive way. Once the group has familiarised themselves to a chosen rhythm they are encouraged to loose themselves in it, added percussion and accompaning rhythms add’s to the dynamic of the over all music encouraging an elated altered state of being, listening deeply to ones own creativity and allowing it to come to the surface. This new state becomes the all important and healing transcendental state of mind.

This state of being in the moment is found natrually while making music. The mind is given a chance to relax, letting go of both past and future thought processes, only the music exists. This state of mind makes it easier to enter meditation or self reflection in between rhythms helping and reminding us that these moments are precious, not only because they are relaxing and destressing but because these moments of silence are profound, affecting our own internal dialog.

Trance Drumming is held at Hackle Brooke Conference Centre in Craig Hall, Randburg every fort-night & open to the public – (check calendar for dates and directions)

“The most amazing experience. I have been very stressed frustrated and emotional over the last few days, feeling like a volcano emotion bubbling under the surface. I also have nerve-damage in my hands, having no feelings in my left hand. I leave the sessions feeling relaxed and elated almost giddy. The best part is that I have some feeling in my left hand. Thank you.”

Jillian Richter Duarte