The Daily Southerner, Tarboro, NC

March 16, 2012

Rhythmicity St. Anne’s Chapel on Sunday


TARBORO — Rhythmicity is a performance drum and percussion ensemble that draws from the vibrant and dynamic rhythms of West Africa to connect and engage diverse audiences and at 5 p.m. Sunday, Rhythmicity will perform at St. Anne’s Chapel and Event Center. St. Anne’s Chapel is located at the corner of Howard Ave. and McNair Road.

The eight-member Raleigh-based group performs West African drum music in a drum circle, something that is held at 5 p.m. every third Sunday at St. Anne’s.

Following their performance, Rhythmicity will give a short drumming session which will precede a jam session. Beginners are more than welcome and loaner drums will be available.

A $10 donation is requested and attendees are asked to BYOB and snacks to share.

Come early and stay late, BYOB and snacks to share.

Rhythmicity is a percussion group that taps the vibrant and dynamic rhythms of multiple cultures to celebrate, connect and unify. More than just drumming, an interactive journey.