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Corporate Workshops

Narre Warren North, VIC

Subject: Drums

Why are more and more businesses and organisations turning to music as a way of invigorating their staff? What is it about drumming in particular that leaves people exhilarated, refreshed, renewed, excited?

We’ve heard the motivational speakers, we know the theories, and we’re well-versed in the logic of corporate world. It’s time for something more hands-on, more practical, more left brain.

Rhythm is everywhere around us, and bringing rhythm into the workplace changes the vibe instantly.

Drumming is easy - even if you’ve never picked up a musical instrument in your life...

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Why are more and more businesses and organisations turning to music as a way of invigorating their staff? What is it about drumming in particular that leaves people exhilarated, refreshed, renewed, excited?

We’ve heard the motivational speakers, we know the theories, and we’re well-versed in the logic of corporate world. It’s time for something more hands-on, more practical, more left brain.

Rhythm is everywhere around us, and bringing rhythm into the workplace changes the vibe instantly.

Drumming is easy - even if you’ve never picked up a musical instrument in your life, we can have your staff making music in a matter of minutes. We can have them communicating non-verbally, expressing pure joy and feeling part of the whole group. We can re-inject enthusiasm into their day, help them take risks in a completely non-threatening environment, enable them to interact with work colleagues in a totally different way, we can lower stress levels, disperse frustrations, and make your employees feel alive.

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When

Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class Please contact us for upcoming dates and/or more information about this class.

Ages

18 to 80 year olds

Where

Narre Warren North, VIC

Willing to travel

Skill level

Beginner

 

The teachers

Peta Minter is one of a rare breed of female professional drummers and is in much demand. She is currently a member of...

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Peta Minter is one of a rare breed of female professional drummers and is in much demand. She is currently a member of West African Band Ouaga and Irish Band The Molly Maguires, as well as David Jones' percussion ensemble DRUM! as well as a regular freelance artist with many other bands.

She started her career playing drumkit in bands around Gippsland and Melbourne and is accomplished in many styles, playing both drumkit and percussion, including pop, funk, Latin, rock, jazz, big band and West African.

She studied with the country's top drummers including Darryn Farrugia (Hey Hey It's Saturday), Dave Beck (In Melbourne Tonight), drum-master David Jones, Simon Lewis, Simon Fraser, International drum/percussionists Tuza Afutu, Mady Keita, Adamane and Modou Keita, Master Griots from Burkina Faso.

Peta has performed with some of Australia's top musicians including drum-master David Jones, bassist Evripides Evripidou, Southern Son's Jack Jones, saxophonist Fiona Burnett, West African band Zazu and international master dancer and drummer Lamine Sonko.

She has appeared at many festivals including Merimbula Jazz Festival, Moonee Ponds Festival, Boolarra Folk Festival, Maffra Harvest Festival, Moe Jazz Festival, and was invited to play at the launch of Dandenong's new Drum Theatre.

Bands Peta has appeared with include: The Molly Maguires (Irish), Sophisticated Swing (Big Band), Marmalade (pop), Rene Jones Band (jazz), Rio Nights (cabaret), Azenu (Latin) and The Steaming Monzas (Blues Brothers Tribute Band).

Peta is a member of David Jones' percussion band DRUM! Their first concert was broadcast on ABC Radio National Sunday Live! program. In 2001 and 2003 DRUM! performed sell-out concerts in Japan, receiving three standing ovations.

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