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Saturday, December 10 · 9:00am – 5:00pm


Eyeclopes Studios

620 Charlotte Street

Fredericksburg, Virginia

Created By

Everybody Drum, Ken Om Crampton

For Everybody Drum

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Save the date – December 10, 2011!!

Join Us as Dave Holland from Atlanta, GA tis coming to Fredericksburg to offer his Drumagination workshop!

The workshop is based off his first book called “Drumagination”, and has followed up by creating a fantastic interactive workshop to bring the fun and magic of rhythmical interaction to you.

If you’re a music educator, music therapist, drum circle facilitator or rhythm enthusiast, Drumagination Workshop is designed for you! Based on the book/dvd, “Drumagination, A Rhythmic Play Book …”, by Dave Holland, this 1 day professional development workshop features new drum circle games, songs and interactions!

You’ll also learn basic drum circle facilitation techniques, world percussion skills & thrills and plenty of great ideas for enhancing your own rhythmic creativity!

The Drumagination Workshop is being held at Ken Crampton’s fun and colorful shop in Fredericksburg, VA:

Everybody Drum Gallery & Shop

620 Charlotte Street

Fredericksburg, VA 22401

December 10th, 2011

9AM – 5 PM, Registration begins at 8:30 AM

Contact Ken Crampton at 540 371-9040 for more information

Cost: $120

Registration is super easy on line. Just got to:


and add the training to your cart.

Thank You!

Ken Crampton


Everybody Drum

620 Charlotte Street

Fredericksburg, VA 22401

(540) 371-9040



Community Building through Rhythm and Art

Drum Circles • Corporate • Educational • Spiritual • Therapeutic • Consultant • Hand Drum Sales • Repair • Lessons

via (7) Drumagination – w Dave Holland.


Drum, Chant (KIRTAN) and Yoga

Ken Crampton, Robin Renee and Meredith Nelson-Wray

Please join us for a weekend of Sacred Drumming, Chanting (Kirtan) and Yoga! We are planning a weekend of finding our inner rhythms, exploring our voice and centering our physical selves!

Friday Oct. 14, 2011

Sacred Drum Circle w Ken Crampton
7:00-9:00 pm

Sat. Oct. 15, 2011

9:00 am Yoga w Mert

10:30 am The Art of Stillness

12:00-1:15 Lunch

1:30 pm Sacred Drum w Ken Crampton

3:00 pm Chant – Kirtan-o-Rama!

8:00 pm Sat Night
Robin Renée & Ken Crampton in Concert!

Sunday Oct. 16, 2011

9:00 am Yoga w Mert

10:30 am The Art of Stillness

12:00-1:15 Lunch

1:30 pm Sacred Drum w Ken Crampton

3:00 pm Chant – Kirtan-o-Rama!

Pre-Register Weekend Pass $80
Weekend Pass $100
Drop in classes or concert $15 each

Mail Pre-registration to:
Ken Crampton
620 Charlotte Street
Frederickburg, Va 22401
Call and Reserve you space (540) 371-9040
or email Ken @ everybodydrum@gmail.com

Kirtan is a form of call and response chanting in the Indian devotional tradition. We will sing the Holy Names of God/dess in the ancient, sacred language of Sanskrit. The repetition of these mantras brings one to deep stillness, bliss, and to a profound sense of oneness with All. Please do come, sing out, and encounter your own true, Divine Nature.

Robin Renée in Concert!

Assertive, soulful, and deeply personal, Robin Renée’s mantra-pop performances (alt-folk with a spiritual twist) deliver through a passionate medium of edgy acoustic rock, singer/songwriter lyricism, accessibility, and the sonic impact of chant.

The Art of Stillness

Many great practices teach us to explore ways to move energy and to create positive change inside and outside ourselves. Meditation allows us to look within, develop a stable, centered balance, and to discover the perfection of simply being present. The Art of Stillness will create space for deep quietude through several meditation techniques and will address questions and obstacles to the practice.

Bio stuff:

Robin Renée is Mantra-Pop! –accessible, lyric-driven alt-folk rock with a spiritual twist. Conscious and melodic with an edge, think of blending the voices of Chrissie Hynde and Joan Armatrading with the wordsmith intelligence of Elvis Costello and the mystical passion of kirtan chanting. She has shared the stage with some of the West’s best-loved kirtan singers including Krishna Das, Dave Stringer, and Girish. Her CDs include In Progress, All Six Senses (produced by the world renowned Scott Mathews who has worked with George Harrison, Elvis Costello, Barbra Streisand, and many more), Live Devotion (East-meets-West devotional chanting), and spirit.rocks.sexy – mantra-pop headlines from the clairaudient dreams of the evocative Robin Renée. Also a poet, artist, and writer, Robin’s work has appeared in PanGaia, Big Hammer #12, Curve Magazine, Songwriter’s Market, That Takes Ovaries – Bold Females and their Brazen Acts (Random House), and many other publications. She is currently working on new music for 2011. To discover more, visit these sites:

rr Website: www.robinrenee.com
rr blog, The Dream Between: www.dreambetween.wordpress.com
rr on iTunes: www.tinyurl.com/rritunes
rr on CD Baby: www.cdbaby.com/artist/robinrenee
rr on Facebook: www.facebook.com/robinreneefan
rr on Twitter: www.twitter.com/spiritrockssexy
rr merch: www.zazzle.com/spiritrockssexy
rr @ Kirtan-o-Rama! www.groups.yahoo.com/group/kirtanorama
Mert began her love affair with yoga in 1994 and she’s been hooked ever since- always making herself the student first. She became certified to teach yoga in July 2010 through Stephanie Keach at Asheville Yoga Center in Asheville, NC . Mert’s classes are fun and playful and incorporate stillness and flow with core strenghthening pilates. Mert’s philosophy is that anyone can do yoga, it is not about the flexibility of an individual- it’s moreso about that person’s experience linking breath and movement to create their own yoga and peace. If you have a desire to explore and play and delight in yourself then this is the yoga for you.
Ken Crampton – Artist, Facilitator, Event Designer and Teacher has over 20 years experience in Building Community through the Rhythm and Arts. Ken has helped develop communities and events such as First Fridays (a monthly gallery hop), First Night Fredericksburg (founding member), The Drum Circle Facilitators Guild (founding director). Schools (pre through college), Libraries, Banks, Festivals, Church Retreats, Adult Care Facilities, and Corporations have all included Everybody Drum into their events as workshops, icebreakers or keynote presentations. Working with the various communities, we design successful programs that are fun, enlightening and exciting! Ken has trained with Arthur Hull, Babatunde Olatunji, Mamady Keita, Keith Terry, Kalani and Jaqui MacMillan and is a graduate of HealthRHYTHMS, Village Music Circles, and Drum Circle Music.


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