Join us at Bi-Okoto Cultural Center for our Monthly Community Drum Circle. We preserve, promote and share the rich cultural heritage of Africa and Africans using drums, music, dance, food, languages and other arts. Date: January 25, 2020 Time: 5:00
Community drum circles is informal gatherings of people who meet for the purpose of playing drums together, The participants make up the music as they go along, using their listening and playing skills to make musical connections and express themselves in any and all ways that feel right. Participation is voluntary and often includes drumming, singing or chanting, dancing, and listening. Community drum circles often attract both regular and drop-in participants of all ages and can take place just about anywhere. Community drum circles are the original and most popular form of improvised community drumming.
Bi-Okoto drum circle is a form of group drumming in which a person seeks to focus the intent and improve the quality and effect of the activity, making it easier for people to effectively participate by taking a more directive approach.
This is a free event for the community