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The Unity of the Rhythm

Drum Circle Fun   I love the diversity of people that are attracted to my Drum Circles. Artists Dancers Teenagers Pensioners Fellow healers Office managers Busy-Minded people. Some people... Read More

Performing LIVE

  Hints and Tips on Performing Live, and playing with other musicians. Based on my own experience and the mistakes I have personally made!   If you’re playing to... Read More

Teaching people with Special Needs

  I love being with Autistic People. It is so refreshing.   They take everything I say so literally. “How many times a week should I practice”, they ask.... Read More

Next Level Playing

You know the expression: “Like The Back of My Hand”? It implies that you’ve stared at the back of your hand so much, so often, that it has become... Read More

Playing with Time 2

  Foot steps Heart beat Dripping tap Crickets chirping Grandfather’s Clock A dot-matrix printer printing A washing machine spinning   If you listen carefully, you can find rhythm everywhere.... Read More

Playing with Time 1

  1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8 These may look like a bunch of numbers to most people, but to me, they are Seconds. Time. This is... Read More

WHAT music, WHEN music, HOW music

Music is made up of three essential Elements.   First, there is WHAT to play. Which musical notes to play. In which order. What drum to hit. Which chord... Read More

PLAY Music, don’t work music

I have spent years trying to find the best way to tell a student To Master a piece of music To Conquer a piece of music To Subdue a... Read More

Challenges to Learning

Sometimes, however much you try, you feel hindered, held back, pulled back. It’s like wading through treacle; all your attempts are thwarted, and you decide there must be something... Read More

Special Children

In my profession as a Music Teacher, Providing Music for Therapy, I attract Special Children. I attract them, because I was one myself. I remember how much I struggled,... Read More