Primary & Secondary School Japanese Drumming Workshops & Shows

School Japanese Drumming Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Japanese Drumming workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Japanese Drumming

TaikOz regularly performs main-stage concerts and collaborative projects throughout Australia and internationally. Programs often feature the full 8-member ensemble as well as smaller combinations of players including, on many programs, Shakuhachi Grand Master Riley... > View Profile

Japanese Drumming in QLD

BATARI is a Japanese and multicultural music ensemble, using Taiko drum, Shakuhachi and other amazing instruments from Japan, East Asia, Southeast Asia and around the Pacific Rim. We present a fascinating and exciting experience of traditional and contemporary music. Batari... > View Profile

Asia raya - taiko

A class set of taiko drums will be brought to your school. This is not a show and tell, it is a full-on hands-on workshop! 10 full size (50 cm) taiko, big enough for one or two students, and 10 smaller taiko (35 cm). It's time for your students to learn some taiko rythums! > View Profile

Tyke-Oh Japanese Drumming Program

EZ Japanese is founded by our director, Kiyomi Calwell, who is a Primary trained teacher, and she has been everywhere! Tyke-Oh Japanese Drumming incursion is our most popular program, which is Hands-on, interactive, team-building, cultural, integrated and affordable... > View Profile

WA Japanese Drumming

The Kaze No Ko style also incorporates some of the traditional aspects of taiko such as spirituality, Japanese terms, discipline and respect for the instruments and each other. Kaze No Ko drumming is suitable for everybody especially if you’d like to improve your... > View Profile

Japanese Taiko Drumming - Cultural Infusion

Taiko Drumming (VIC, NSW, ACT, QLD) Engage your students in the rhythms of Japan in this exciting and interactive music program. Students are introduced to an array of Japanese Instruments before the room shakes with the sound of the Taiko drums! Some students may even have... > View Profile

Japanese Drumming Shows across Australia

Anne Norman is a shakuhachi performer, improviser and composer, working in a diverse range of music creation. Anne is an intuitive performer and particularly enjoys spontaneous improvisation with musicians and dancers. Anne has also authored a book entitled Curiosi-tea, and... > View Profile

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African Drumming: AFROBEAT - African Drumming & Dance

Afrobeat deliver WORLD CLASS Interactive Entertainment & Educational Workshops to the BEAT of the drum. These are FUN, engaging, educational, inclusive and entertaining, and allow for all abilities to experience success. Afrobeat captures the imagination of its audiences while... > View Profile

Art: Tie Dye Workshop Kits

Exciting, Fun & Easy to use Rainbow Tie Dye Workshop Kit Your children will love creating their own Tie Dyes to take home.  Excite your creativity and make bright fashionable Tie Dyes to take home. Your children will design and tie dye their own t-shirt, a unique artistic... > View Profile

Multicultural Studies: Incursions R Us - Cultural Dance Explosion

This colourful and engaging incursion is a combination of up to three of our cultural dance genres, including Bollywood, Middle Eastern, Latin, Greek, Australian Hip Hop, and more. Our dancers will wow your students with a breathtaking performance, before taking them through... > View Profile

Art: Camera Story - Creative Photography Workshops for Kids

Camera Story will be holding a series of creative photography workshops for kids in the July school holidays. These project workshops for children aged 7- 12 yrs, will not only encourage participants to connect with the digital camera and modern communication technology but to... > View Profile

Australian History: Investicase

Investicase aims to bring the past to life through authentic inquiry and interactive activities. Designed by two teachers, Investicase promotes enthusiasm for history and the development of historical inquiry skills. > View Profile

Storytelling: Storytelling Workshops

The Sydney Story Factory is a not-for-profit creative writing centre for young people at 176 Redfern Street, Redfern, Sydney. Our trained volunteer tutors offer free help to write stories of all kinds. Programs target marginalised young people, and those from Indigenous and... > View Profile

Band Programs: Band Workshops January 2016

A four-day workshop (4 hours per day) that provides mentoring and coaching that is fun, practical and specific. It focuses on playing as a band and exposes the difference with playing solo. It shows you how to form and build a team environment critical to the success of a band.... > View Profile