We are delighted to present this weekend Workshop with Mary Knysh
Music Rhythm Movement
Unlock Your Creativity
Drum Circles Extended
This Music Rhythm Movement program combines elements of ‘Drum Circles Extended’ and ‘The Art of Improvisation’ and draws upon experiential music making activities that encourage participants to rekindle their own sense of wonder and creativity, which in turn inspires and empowers others that they may facilitate or make music with.
Mary Knysh is deeply committed to the positive effects of a brain based experiential learning process. She shares an engaging array of strategies and activities designed to transform your rhythm events into an exciting adventure of new possibilities, which include integrated melodic and movement experiences and great ways to tap into group potential. This innovative and creative approach to spontaneous and in the moment music making can offer new musical possibilities and pathways for self-expression, self-awareness, communication, and inspiration for all.
Learn an approach to facilitation and music making that will transform the way you, and those you work with experience, explore and create music together!
Mary Knysh is the founder of Rhythmic Connections, an innovative company advancing education, health, and creative development through drum circles and music improvisation.
Mary is a cutting edge workshop facilitator, trainer and consultant who uses music as a means for personal and organisational transformation through creativity, leadership and non verbal communications.
She is a professional musician; recording artist and international author. An international teacher/trainer with the Music for People organisation (www.musicforpeople.org ), Mary is also an Orff Schulwerk clinician and teaching artist for the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts, Young Audiences of NJ, and New York BOCES. She is endorsed by Rhythm Band Instruments and Remo corporations.
Mary travels throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and Asia offering music improvisation seminars, drum circle facilitator training and performances.