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Philadelphia Rhythm Festival

Philadelphia Rhythm Festival is a 3 day event featuring master classes, workshops and performances by nationally acclaimed performers. Hosted by Rittenhouse Soundworks from December 2-4, 2016, the event will highlight All forms of Rhythm: Drums, Percussion, Tap Dance, and Body Rhythm.    Featuring Dancers: Dormeshia | Max   Read More....

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The Drum Speaks

Another Holiday For Skins is a special performance featuring an all star ensemble of Philadelphia drummers, percussionists and other musicians. This event is a 21st century celebration of the classic 1958 album “Holiday For Skins” and its sister projects, “Drum Suite” and “Orgy In Rhythm.” Recorded by   Read More....

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Another Holiday For Skins

Another Holiday For Skins: A Drum Celebration Saturday | February 28, 2015 | 8:00 p.m. International House - Ibrahim Theater 3701 Chestnut Street, Phila., PA 19104   Another Holiday For Skins is a special performance featuring an all star, Philadelphia-based ensemble of trap drummers, percussionists and other musicians. This   Read More....

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Jazz is a phenomenon. …it's an element that was created that almost lacks definition. Because it's endless.
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Philadelphia Jazz Project is a sponsored project of the Culture Trust | Greater Philadelphia, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.