A quick sit down interview with master banjoist Mark Unruh about the instrument and his inspiration. You can attend a LIVE masterclass with Mark at grooveKSQ on Sunday, July 21, 2019 at 7pm.
One things that grooveKSQ students will learn is a lot of rudimental drumming and technique, as that informs almost every other musical drumming style. In this video, we see student Tommy M, who is playing a 12/8 rolls exercise at a high level.
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We want to thank our event sponsor, Woodland Percussion, for their support in making the June Student Recital possible.
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First, a huge thank you to Emily Spahr and Caryn Cziriak for facilitating groove’s first drum circle. We’re all looking forward to doing another one in November, and that date will be identified shortly.
We had an enthusiastic group tonight, and it was a blast to watch the interaction and communication happening between the players without any verbal cues at all. This is why music in general and percussion specifically is such a powerful force.
Here are some images from tonight’s drum circle…