India’s Only School for West African (Djembe) Drumming and Specialized Rhythm Programs for all Ages
Through the school of Rhythm, we at Taal Inc., spread educative awareness of the djembe, rhythm as a concept, art-based interventions and it’s a positive influence on people from all walks of life.
To experience this first hand, we’ve come up with the following ways you can let rhythm into your daily lives
The drum are one of those instruments that you have probably always wanted to learn but never got around to actually doing it. Are you looking for Best Drum Classes in Pune? Did you want to learn the Drum Kit or the Djembe (in it’s authentic traditional West African form?) Look no further because Taal Inc. is the place for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What should I do to improve my rhythm?
Start playing the drums. Learn Djembe. Start learning an instrument. Rhythm is ALL around you. There is rhythm in everything. Attend a Taal Inc. Find Your Inner Rhythm workshop. Some simple exercises could be, tap or snap along with the music you listen to on your way to or from work. Identify the pulse of your gait (Yes, we all walk at a certain tempo). Remember, the rhythm is IN you!.
2. What are the benefits of djembe classes?
The djembe is an amazing instrument. You can spend a lifetime mastering the drum and yet (with the guidance of a good teacher) you can start playing it in a matter of minutes. Playing the djembe helps stimulate the nerve endings on our palms. It helps us to improve our motor coordination and also develop a strong sense of rhythm.
3. How hard are drums to learn?
Just like any other instrument, the drums require time, discipline, consistency and a lot of hard work to learn and eventually master. Having said this, we all have a drum within us - our heartbeats. This makes other percussion instruments more attractive to us. Arguably, we are able to start playing a drum quicker than we achieve these small successes on other instruments. So, in a nutshell, the drums are not hard to learn. Get out there and find a good drum teacher and start your journey with the djembe or drums. May the drum serve you well.