A rhythmic reclamation of this ancient instrument as a sacred tool of remembrance through rhythm, song and symbol. Learn the art and heart of frame drumming.

All offerings in remembrance to Layne Redmond

95% of the courses are for the frame drums played and built for the hands. You will want a frame drum with a thumb notch or thumb hole to be able to hold and play with both hands.

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We don't just hold a drum.
We hold all that it represents.
We become its voice
and it becomes a portal for our voice
The shape of the drum, the Circle, Communicates.
Each time we play we honor what it represents.
The Sun, The Moon, The EARTH
The Elements
The Cosmos
The Cycles of Life
The Womb
The pulse of Life
Oneness
Wholeness
Unity
Community
The First Sound
The Sound of the MOTHER
She is informing us
Her sounds speak to our ancient Hearts 
Miranda Rondeau





Frame Drum Circle Songs

in The Netherlands


"Oh my Goddess! I absolutely loved the Mini Intro Workshop! I love your energy and style of teaching! I look forward to the next workshops and learning more from you! "




Layne Redmond 1952 - 2013
Author of When the Drummers Were Women
Gratitude to my teacher, muse and inspiration



Women Frame Drumming
Dedicated to Layne Redmond, Mother of the modern frame drum movement


Miranda Rondeau is an internationally recognized devotional singer, musician, and frame drum artist. She has been teaching the craft since 1999, as encouraged by her late teacher Layne Redmond, author of the seminal book, When the Drummers Were Women.
Miranda has created and teaches a repertoire of frame drum "circle songs" as a way of sacred remembrance. She performs in a ceremonial context, playing for rites of passage and communal bonding.
She performed together with her students for house recitals, and public events.Miranda has taught in Germany, Spain, The Netherlands, Canada and throughout California.
She taught at The Asheville Percussion Festival and has performed at Tamburi Mundi Frame Drum Festival, International Biblical Frame Drum Festival, North American Frame Drum Festival, California and the First American Frame Drum Gathering.
Miranda has also studied with various teachers including David Kuckherman, Alessandra Belloni Zohar Fresco and currently with Yshai Afterman.

She also often is a guest presenter or drum teacher for online schools and programs like Shift network with Krista Holland, Global Rhythm Sangha with Christine Steven's, School of the Sacred Wild, New Earth Mystery School,

She also created and maintains the online presence for “Women Frame Drumming,” dedicated to Layne Redmond in her remembrance.

She is dedicated in reclaiming the frame drum as a sacred tool of remembrance.