WELCOME TO EARTH DRUM COUNCIL
The contemporary drumming movement is an integral part of a new culture, an emerging new paradigm that melds the ancient understanding of the interconnection of all things with a scientific worldview. And drumming is the soundtrack of the new story of Gaia, the story that tells of how humans may heal our relationship with our Home on Earth.
In many places, people are coming together in circle around the fire, to drum and dance and connect with each other and the Earth. Across all boundaries of religion and race, age and station, the people gather in rhythm to commune with Gaia. Each circle is unique, a living rhythmic being with its own life cycle. Yet each such gathering of pulsing drummers and swirling dancers has the same potential to transform the participants and bring them to that ecstatic place where the particular dissolves into the universal and the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts. When that potential is realized, each fully embodied person shines with beauty, and the location of the circle becomes irrelevant because everyone is simply Here Now. This place is perhaps the most profound Home of all.
DRUM & DANCE SATURDAY IS BACK IN 2017
Joel Gendler and Juan Cruz have teamed up with Morwen and Jimi to revive and grow the Concord Drum and Dance Saturday night just like the old days. PLACE: The beautiful and spacious Masonic Temple at 58 Monument Square, Concord, MA. Bring your drums and percussive instruments or just bring your body and dance like nobody's watching. The Drum and Dance Saturday Concord will happen monthly on the third Saturday evening. TIME: 7:30pm till 10:30pm COST: $10 per person.
January 21st, February 18th, March 18th, April 15th, May 20th, June 17th, July 15th, August 19th, September 16th CANCELED, October 21st, November 18th and finally December 16th.
Rhythm is the Universal Heartbeat
Feel the Pulse
Celebrate Your Spirit and the Dance of Life
The Fire Beckons, the Circle Calls
Let Us Join Together
One Heart, One Spirit, One Family
A short rhythmic excerpt from Yenvalou as played by Drumbodhi