Mokale Rhythm Circle
Sunday, June 10, 2012, 3:00pm
Music 4 - Room #219
(Note: This workshop is mostly recommended for grown-ups.)
Mokale is a fun, magical journey into a world of rhythm, movement and song. The Mokale (mo"kuh-lay") circle contains overlapping waves of rhythm, chanting, singing, clapping and stepping. Each participant learns to embody (receive and carry) multiple rhythms that pulse through his/her body and continue around the circle. This poly-rhythm experience is a fun way to develop awareness, insight and extraordinary rhythm skills.
- Fiercely challenging and well worth it.
- The most valuable musical training I've had.
- A profound healing experience.
Tony Elman is the creator of the Mokale Rhythm Circle and the founder/director of the Bay Area Polyrhythm Choir. Tony is an acclaimed composer, singer, instrumentalist and record producer (Acorn Music), as well as a passionate and nurturing teacher.
"Musical pioneer" Washington Post