Category Archives: Drumming in the World

Story: A Method Draws Circles

Article from Drums & Percussion magazine – January/February 2018 issue (translated from German) by Cord Radke 80 Guitarists improvising together as a group? Unbelievable! But amongst our drumming community, drum circles are enjoying increasing popularity, also popular in music therapy, group work or team building. Drum circle veteran Arthur Hull led his last 3-day training in October… Continue Reading

Tribute to Remo D. Belli – “DAD”

Tribute to Remo D. Belli – “DAD”

Hello My Friends, My computer died while I was in Malaysia, just before REMO’s founder passed away, and because of my gmail address, my new computer did not work in China. I just finished the fully packed Japan DrumAbout, which was right in the middle of this year’s Asian Playshop tour. I have been desperately trying to catch up to all my email obligations… Continue Reading

The Drum Circle Moves Beyond Deadheads and Occupy Protesters

The Drum Circle Moves Beyond Deadheads and Occupy Protesters

Hello My Friends, The Washington Post just published an article entitled, “The Drum Circle Moves Beyond Deadheads and Occupy protesters” written by Debra Bruno. It featured interviews with some of our North East Coast elders; Katy Gaughan, Jonathan Murray, Laurie Precht, Nellie Hill, Jim Donovan, as well as yours truly. Even though the article focused… Continue Reading

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