Music, Theatre, and Dance: Performances and Events

Marywood Summer Concert Series: Marywood University’s Inaugural Community Drum Circle

Jul 21 (Sun), 6:30PM

Calabro Delfino Amphitheatre

Free admission
Performed by moderators Steve Kurilla and Jamie Orfanella, who will guide the group in rhythms and rhythm-based activities. Attendees will also take part in the Community Drum Circle, and are encouraged to bring didgeridoo, bongos, djembre, or an empty water jug with two wooden spoons. In the event of inclement weather, the Community Drum Circle will take place at the Liguori Center in Regina Hall.

Marywood University’s inaugural Community Drum Circle will be performed on Sunday, July 21, 2019, at 6:30 p.m., by moderators Steve Kurilla and Jamie Orfanella, who will guide the group in rhythms and rhythm-based activities. Steve Kurilla is a regional musician that plays various genres of music. In addition to being an avid percussionist, Mr. Kurilla is the founder of the Kennedy Creek Strummer, a community-based ukulele group. Musician Jamie Orfanella spent ten years learning the art of the Japanese Shakuhachi flute. It has led him to a certification in teaching the traditional instrument and to learning a new range of musical instruments. Attendees will also take part in the Community Drum Circle, and are encouraged to bring didgeridoo, bongos, djembre, or an empty water jug with two wooden spoons. In the event of inclement weather, the Community Drum Circle will take place at the Liguori Center in Regina Hall.