"Smile.. one beat at a time" - Dancing4Kids supporting Japan and South Africa December 20th 2011 Description: Unique style fundraiser where guests actively p...

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"Smile.. one beat at a time" - Dancing4Kids supporting Japan and South Africa
December 20th 2011

Photography by 37Frames

Description:
Unique style fundraiser where guests actively participated to experience the powerful qualities of interactive drumming and discover a new source of energy that motivates, connects and entertains in a remarkable way. Interactive drumming is led by Drum Cafe Japan. There was more exciting entertainment by wonderful artists many of you know and love. Special performance by artists from Cirque Du Soleil ZED: Johanna Lillvik (keyboard & vocals) from Sweden, Paul Lazar from France (violin), Hamed Toé from Burkina Faso (dance). We also had the Japanese band RKMAN and DJ Paulo from Portugal.

Further information:
Drum Café's interactive drumming is a powerful way to make any event unforgettable. Renowned for their amazing team building workouts and for producing the remarkable show Drumstruck. During this event, Drum Café Japan introduces you to interactive drumming, a world class program which is run in 20 countries. This is your chance to participate and enjoy this astonishing experience, meet our friends and win wonderful gifts!

Special guest: Mr Patrick Thibedi (Chamusso), a South African hero and founder of "Two Sisters" AIDS centre for children. His life story was made into the Hollywood movie "Catch a Fire", by Universal pictures in 2006. Patrick will come all the way from South Africa to be with us and share some of his experiences as a humanitarian and father to over 250 AIDS orphans in South Africa. Mr Chamusso's trip is sponsored by Gass teas and Rooibos Marketing Japan. 
ALL proceeds from this event went to the following charities:

Drum Cafe's Nico Nico Smile Project -- in support of Tohoku
Two Sisters AIDS centre in South Africa

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