2011/2012 131 61 Ave SE Calgary, AB P: 403-217-6790 F: 403-217-7742 Toll Free: 1-888-722-6790 www.oneworlddrum.com firstname.lastname@example.org
2011/2012 Calendar September
Fall Session - September 7 2010
October November December
Last Week of Fall Session- Monday December 2011
Winter Session- Monday, January 2 2012
Register for your January Classes.
Register for Spring Session
Last Week of Winter Session - April 23 2012 Spring Term - April 30 2012
May June July August
Last Week of Spring Session- June 25 2012
2011/2012 Drum Class Schedule Adult Djembe
M O N D A Y
8:15 - 9:45 Ian Dickau
6:30 - 8:00 Ian Dickau
T U E S D A Y W E D N E S D A Y
T H U R S D A Y
6:30 - 8:00 Andie Shaffer
6:30 - 8:00 Ian Dickau
8:15 - 9:45 Andie Shaffer & Quinn Davis
8:15 - 9:45 Ian Dickau
8:15 - 9:45 Trudy Hipwell
6:30 - 8:00 Trudy Hipwell
F R I D A Y S A T U R D A Y
S U N D A Y
Class Description Basic Skills - Ian Dickau This course was created for the beginner drummer in mind, no experience necessary. We focus our attention on djembe technique and the sounds that can be created from the drum. Come and learn proper posture, simple rhythms, and a Nigerian drum language. During this 8 weeks we move at a pace that ensures confidence when drumming in a circle, thus creating a firm foundation for movement into Djembe 1. All drums supplied during class time. Djembe 1 - Ian Dickau This course is the natural stepping stone from â€œBasic Skillsâ€?. Using the Nigerian drum language we are able to add to our rhythmic library as we learn of down beat, up beat and working in 4/4 time. Other instruments from West Africa such as Dundun and Shekere are introduced into this course. Djembe 2 - Andie Shaffer/Trudy Hipwell This course is for the drummer who is looking for the challenge of an increased rhythm library as well as delving into more 6/8 rhythms, multi dundun parts and song. Bells and shekeres are incorporated into this class to give you the feel of the West African Village. Djembe 3/4 -Trudy Hipwell Participants will learn drum ensemble rhythms with traditional West African songs, as well as master drum cues that communicate with the drummers to make transitions that can also be incorporated with dance accompaniment. Performance 1 - Andie Shaffer/Quinn Davis In this course learn traditional West African drum rhythms and how they can be incorporated into a Drum Ensemble, which usually consists of 3 support drum patterns and the master drum solo. Participants will learn to create solos for ensemble as well as how to play the master drum cues. Throughout the year there are numerous community performance opportunities.
Session Dates Fall 2011 15 Weeks: September 15 - December 12
Winter 2012 17 Weeks: January 2 - April 23
Spring 2012 9 Weeks: April 30 - June 25
Fall/Winter/Spring/ Annual Rates Fall 2011 (15 Weeks) Early Bird Deadline August 20 2011 Early Bird/ Regular Adult
Winter 2012 (17 Weeks) Early Bird Deadline December 10 2011 Early Bird/ Regular Adult
Spring 2012 (9 Weeks) Early Bird Deadline April 14 2012 Early Bird/ Regular Adult
Annual 2011/2012 (41 Weeks) Early Bird Deadline August 20 2011 Save 15% off our regular rates. Adult
Can’t attend class on a regular basis (to be used within term purchased) 10 Class Card
Incentives & Discounts (Not to be combined with other discount programs)
Register Early and save 10% off our regular rates. Register for the Fall, Winter and Spring Semester and save 15% off our regular rates. Register in two or more classes and save 10% on your second (third, etc.) class. Purchase a drum while registered in a drum class and save 10% . Register for the current session upon finishing “Basic Skills” and save an additional 5% on the already prorated term.
One World Policies - Registration fees are due at time of registration. Cash, debit card, cheque and credit card are accepted. Instalment payment options can be arranged; A series of 3 post dated cheques will be accepted , dated the 1st of each month at time of registration. - One World reserves the right to cancel a class if it does not fill with the required student numbers at the beginning of a Djembe session. - A session refund is only given if a class is cancelled by The One World Drum Co. - Students may make up as many classes of an appropriate level as they have missed due to illness or other circumstances. - There
are no refunds for missed classes. - Children who are not registered for a class are not permitted as a guest. - All N.S.F cheques are subject to a service charge of $25.00. - If a single class is cancelled (for any reason) you will be contacted by phone and the class will be rescheduled. Please provide an alternate phone number on the registration form. - Please, no food, drinks or shoes in the studio.
Withdrawal Policies ď‚ˇ ď‚ˇ ď‚ˇ
There are no refunds for classes after the session begins. Non-Attendance does not constitute notice of withdrawal If withdrawal from classes is due to health reasons a credit will be awarded once a written notice has been received. Registration credit will be prorated from the first class following the written notice.