Greg is past-president of DCFG, an international membership organization promoting professionalism in the recreational music-making industry. Greg spearheaded this video project to help members better describe this worthy work in the world.
No bubble forms. No powerpoint. No ropes to climb. Seeing each other in new ways and bonding through non-competitive shared experiences is how Drum for Change goes about building teams.
When it comes to engaging donors, nothing beats interactive experiences as a way of getting your patrons involved. Here 200 of them quickly connect to support one another at a fundraising dinner.
Modern science now has the research to substantiate what indigenous cultures have known all along: group drumming is, in fact, good for you! healthRHYTHMS™ is a clinically-proven protocol to improve health and wellness.
Stories and drumming go hand-in-hand to bring lessons from ancient cultures to life through music.
Yes, its music. And it's so much more: character development through village values.
WNCN Classroom Visit
Greg is a proud member of the roster of teaching artists with the United Arts Council of Raleigh & Wake County. His work was featured in this story about UAC as the charity of choice for WNCN.
Breaking Free Interview
Greg explains the how and why of his work on this webcast with Marilyn Shannon.
Drum Study in Cuba
Greg has twice received Regional Artist Project Grants for folkloric study of music of the African diaspora. In 2011, this sent him to study Afro-Caribbean drumming at the source in Cuba.
Icebreakers are a great way to connect through rhythm!