Maitri Studio, Belfast, curious community, drum circle

Maitri Studio is venue to Drum Circle with Curious Community (September 2023)

Saturday 26th November - 11.15am to 12:30pm

Venue: Maitri Studio, 4 The Mount, Belfast

Contact: Mike & Rowan
Mike: 07856 424 235 & Rowan: 07926 856 478


Sat 26th November 2022

Fri 1st September 2023

Fri 8th September 2023

Make beautiful music in a drum circle with rhythm instruments with Rowan and Mike

Drum Circle with Curious Community

Rowan and Mike met whilst attending the Village Music Circles Drum Circle Facilitator Training, where we bonded over late night drumming sessions which went on till the early hours of the morning. Inspired by the power of rhythm-based activities to connect people, we decided to put on drum circles together.

These drum circles are opportunities for you to let out your playful side, be creative, and not worry about making mistakes or ‘doing it right’. All you need is a desire to have fun and connect with others through the power of shared rhythm.

Cost: £12

Click here to book: OR send money to paypal with reference "Maitri Drum Circle" to

It might be helpful to bring ear plugs if your eardrums are a bit sensitive but you still like to feel the vibrations in your body.

What is a Drum Circle?

Drum circles are a unique and collaborative way to share your inner rhythm with others. At a drum circle, people come together to celebrate community and life through rhythm and music. It's not about musical expertise, but about creating rhythms on the day through cooperation and collaboration.

Who's it for?

Anyone can participate in a drum circle, regardless of their musical experience. It's an opportunity to express your creativity and connect with others through rhythm. All drums and percussion will be provided, so you don't need to bring anything. Join a drum circle and experience the joy, passion, and emotional release that comes through the power of rhythm.

What are the benefits?

Drum circles offer many benefits for mental and emotional well-being. They have been shown to reduce stress, promote relaxation, and increase "feel good" endorphins in the brain. Additionally, drum circles promote neuroplasticity by creating neural connections and strengthening existing ones. Both sides of the brain are engaged, with the left hemisphere focusing on tasks such as keeping rhythm and coordinating with other players, while the right hemisphere engages in more creative aspects of drumming such as improvisation and emotional expression.


Contact Us:




Mike: 07856 424 235

Rowan: 07926 856 478