It’s All About Rhythm Interactive Concert Experience with Kevin Nathaniel

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Kevin Nathaniel is an incredible artist with many years of teaching experience. He specializes in bringing people together through music using voice, dance, and many instruments. Kevin’s informative and creative workshops always bring people together to help cultivate rhythm skills while having fun. We currently book these interactive concerts and would love to bring this offering to you and your community.

This video, recorded at Tribal Rhythms Gathering 2017, is a sample of Kevin Nathaniel’s It’s All About Rhythm – Interactive Concert Experience. For booking, contact: info@didgeproject.com

*Learn Rhythm Basics at home with the It’s All About Rhythm video course: https://www.didgeproject.com/rhythm/

It’s All About Rhythm is a method for learning to play rhythms and improve timing for musicians of all levels. Hosted by Afro-roots musician Kevin Nathaniel, the It’s All About Rhythm Introductory Course covers a wide array of rhythms from the most basic three and four counts up to complex claves and syncopated patterns in 8, 12 and 16 count cycles, and more.

This class is for you if you want to improve your sense of rhythm and timing, to play better with other musicians, and to take your music to a higher level.

As you go through the exercises in this course, you can clap, step your feet, sing and even dance to the various patterns. As these patterns become more and more complex, you will become more and more rhythmic yourself.

“The material in It’s All About Rhythm has to do with rhythms that you could easily apply to any instrument and also to your voice. Whatever instrument, whatever field of music you are involved in, this kind of study is a common denominator.” –Kevin Nathaniel

For booking, contact: info@didgeproject.com

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My name is Kevin Nathaniel and I was born in Detroit, Michigan, which is Motown, a musical mecca. Growing up in Detroit I heard music everywhere, but I didn’t think I was going to play music because there were so many incredible musicians around at the time and I didn’t think I could do what they were doing. It wasn’t until I was practically out of college where I had some experiences listening to music coming out of Africa, and something told me I need to play music, I need to start playing, I had to start learning and get involved with instruments and making instruments. So the first instruments I got involved with playing and making were mbiras, aka kalimbas. I started building and playing these instruments and that was a path for me. From there I began to learn more about other instruments. I played many different instruments throughout my reach so far, but it started out with what sort of door opened when I got involved with mbira music and especially mbira music out of Southern Africa and Zimbabwe which took me into all sorts of other kinds of music. So that's where I started. Check out Kevin’s personal website at kevinnathaniel.com