Make Some Noise (MSN)

is a facilitated interactive rhythmic programme

which introduces and trains participants in the art of making rhythms for both Adults & Children.  

Applicable to: 

Corporates / Organizational Drumming Workshop for Engagement  

Schools Day Curriculum (classroom learning without the need of textbook and whiteboard).

They will be introduced to the foundations of rhythms and will explore African, Asian, Eastern, Western and World Rhythms.

From the standard 4/4 rhythm to simple as well as complex polyrhythms.

It will also be an opportunity for them to play different rhythms on different rhythmic and percussive instruments as well as experience playing:

Afro-Brazilian Rhythms (Samba, Baiã, Bossa Nova) to 

Western Classical Rhythms (Waltz, Foxtrot, March) and

Asian Traditional Rhythms (Gamelan, Cak Lempong, Chinese Drums) among many others.

What are the advantages of Make Some Noise?

       easy - make rhythm without needing notes

fun - make rhythm without exams

  practical - make rhythm hands on by learning in real time

                                                                          intuitive - make rhythm by tapping into the natural/ primal

Respond and reward from the session is instant!

Make Some Noise aims to develop:

Rhythm making & Listening skills | Awareness | Creativity | Focus  

 

   Make Some Noise session at a Tadika 

 Video:  MSN Intro Part 1 (Individual Rhythm) - Age group 5

             Part 1 of Introduction to Rhythm Making

 

 

 

Video:  MSN Intro Part 1 (Group Rhythm) - Age group 5

             Part 1 of Introduction to Rhythm Making

 

 

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Make Some Noise session at ECE Symposium 2018 at Dwi Emas International School, by DIKA College 

Exercise: Communication between groups and how to manage the energy in class

VIDEO-1 - Switch, rumble, manage the energy in class

VIDEO-1 - Switch, rumble, manage the energy in class

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