Zach Field Drum Studios was started in 1999 in West Newbury, MA. After many years of giving lessons in West Newbury, the studio grew to capacity and needed more space and more instructors. In March of 2008, Zach Field Drum Studios moved to the Newburyport location where there was more space for the studio to grow. Continue Reading >
Kids will play hand drums, shakers, woodblocks, drumset, mini steel drums…etc. They will get to work on playing as a group, individually if they would like, some call and response and they will also get to record and listen back to what they played. The main thing is that they have fun! This class is great for teaching the students about rhythm, how to follow directions/listening, working with others, and just enjoying music.
Next session starts the week of April 7th:
Class days and times:
Mondays: 9:00 am
Thursdays: 12:30pm and 1:15
Please contact studio for sign up and more info!! 6 weeks, 30 minute classes, $100, Limited to 10 per class.
Zach started ‘The Gong Meditation Project’ in November of 2010 after trying to find ways to escape from the everyday stresses of life. After years of attempting silent meditation, he thought it would be a good idea to try and play some soothing pitched gongs to distract the mind and assist with the meditation process. After many hours of recording private gong sessions, listening back and perfecting this live meditative and healing music, Zach is pleased to share “The Gong Meditation Project” with everyone. Join us for the next meditation at Repose Yoga in the Tannery on Sunday, January 27th, 10:45-11:45am.
Plum Island Pans is a group of multiple steel drum ensembles from the North Shore, originating from Zach Field Drum Studios. The groups have exploded onto the scene as one of the few steel drum bands in the area. Plum Island Pans covers a number of styles and genres of music including traditional steel drum music, reggae, jazz and billboard hits. Due to high demand, Plum Island Pans has multiple steel drum bands that are ready to play for your next event.
Listen to Plum Island Pans: