March Break Percussion Camp

An unrecognizable band teacher stands in front of an attentive group of elementary age children and teaches drumming. The smiling children look at him and each hold a pair of drumsticks up in the air.

March Break Percussion Camp

Are you 9-12 years old? Do you love music? Have you ever wanted to learn how to play a percussion instrument? Are you looking for something to do on the March Break this year?

Well, if you answered yes, we have something for you!! TYWO March Break Percussion Camp is designed for participants with little or no musical background. Through games, activities and workshops with amazingly talented (and incredibly nice) professional musicians, you will learn to play various percussion instruments including marimba, vibraphones, xylophones, timpani and more.

Why attend our March Break Percussion Camp?

  • Learn to play various percussion instruments including marimba, vibraphones, xylophones, timpani
  • Afro-Cuban/Latin drumming
  • Performances by industry professionals
  • End of the week concert for families to enjoy what you’ve learned throughout the week

As you’ve most likely heard, learning a musical instrument helps to build creativity and self-confidence and teach life-long values like personal discipline, cooperation, leadership, and responsibility…and well, making music is a fun, soul-feeding experience like no other. So, spend your March break with us at TYWO Percussion Camp!

The camp will run from Monday, March 13 to Friday, March 17.

9am – 3pm each day
(Extended care available)

For students ages 9-12 St. Michael’s College School
1515 Bathurst Street

Cost

$275 per person (A sibling discount is available)

More Information

For more information, please contact us via email.

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Instructor

Brennan ConnellyAn award-winning percussionist and educator, Brennan Connolly is passionate about drumming because of its potential to transform people and communities. Brennan is an instructor in both percussion and community music at Wilfrid Laurier University. He is currently pursuing a graduate degree in Social Justice Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto) and is a founding member of Duo Percussion, a chamber ensemble defined by their high-energy performances and commitment to music education. Brennan seeks to bring out musical and relational excellence and is tireless in the pursuit of both in his teaching practice. He believes that music is more than an artistic pursuit, but a life calling that can serve as a catalyst for change. He is joyful in his approach to life, relationships, and music. He is unique in the field and has become one of the most respected and in-demand percussionists and clinicians across Ontario. Brennan holds a Master of Music degree in performance from Oklahoma City University and a Bachelor of Music degree in performance from the University of Western Ontario. An active freelance musician, Brennan performs regularly with the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and the Jeans ‘n’ Classics Rock Symphony. He is an active theatre musician having performed in pit orchestras, fanfares and onstage at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and with Drayton Entertainment. Brennan is proud to be on the artist roster of Pearl/Adams Drums and Concert Percussion, BlackSwamp Percussion and Dream Cymbals and Gongs.