Aaron Kierbel

Aaron Kierbel is a professional drummer from Oakland, CA and the founder of RhythmALLogy, using drumming and rhythm to build human connection and community within an increasingly disconnected modern world.

Afua Kouyate

Afua Kouyate, preserving West African cultures by presenting inter-active music, song and dance to the general public.

Arthur Hull

Arthur Hull is a rhythm ambassador and master at facilitating groups with joyful rhythm experiences.

Arturo Rodriguez

An accomplished musician, author, teacher, and DJ, Arturo has performed worldwide, sharing the stage with such music legends as Tito Puente, Dave Valentin, Paul Horn, Pete Escovedo, Brandi Carlile, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and many more.

Bill Woods

Bill Woods is a teacher, performer, author, composer, and studio musician.

Cooper Drummers

The Cooper drummers and dancers are from Spokane Washington.

David Casteal

David Casteal is a teacher in Spokane, Washington.

Dennis Maberry

Recording Artist and author Dennis Maberry is a versatile percussionist who has studied a variety of percussion methods including African, Afro Cuban, Afro Haitian, Middle Eastern and the rhythm concepts of India.

Dora Oliveira & Dance Brazil

Seattle-based Dora Oliveira, a native of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, has been performing and teaching Brazilian dance to adults and kids for more than 25 years.

Grupo Bayano

Seattle-based Afro-Caribbean dance and music group.

John Hayden

John Hayden is an adventure traveler with artisan friends around the world that create rhythm instruments for his company Jamtown.

Naby Camara

Naby Camara is a balaphone master who comes from a lineage of persons known in West Africa as griots (pronounced gree'-oh).

Nathan Collins

Owner, founder and visionary of Seattle Hand Drummers, Nathan has always been involved with music.

Saeed Abbas

Saeed Abbas is from the Hausa tribe in Accra, Ghana.

Seattle Hand Drummers

Seattle Hand Drummers is a group dedicated to bringing hand drummers together!

Simone LaDrumma

Simone LaDrumma (yes, it's her "real" name; no, she wasn't born with it) began drumming professionally in 1987 as a member of Anzanga Marimba Ensemble.

VamoLa! Drum and Dance Ensemble

VamoLa! is a Brazilian drum and dance ensemble that brings the spirit of Carnaval to life through vibrant parades and performances.

Walter M. Sierra

Education: (U.N.A.M.) Bachelor's degree, in Classical Percussion NYC: Frank Malabe, Afro-Cuban and Latin; Horace Arnold, Jazz; Pandit Kinnar Seen, Tabla (classical Indian Music).

Yasmin Edwards

Yasmin has been dancing, playing percussion like Middle Eastern dumbek, performing, teaching for 38 years in the Pacific Northwest.

Zorina Wolf

Zorina Wolf began drumming in 1989 with Baba Olatunji and remained with him for 14 years until his death.