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, Germany, International Biblical Frame Drum Festival, North American Frame Drum Festival, California and the First American Frame Drum Gathering.

She has studied with various teachers including David Kuckherman, Alessandra Belloni, Zohar Fresco and is currently studying with Yshai Afterman.

Miranda is often a guest presenter or drum teacher for online schools or programs like the Shift Network with Krista Holland, Global Rhythm Sangha with Christine Steven,
School of the Sacred Wild, New Earth Mystery School and women’s online retreats
Miranda created and maintains the online presence for “Women Frame Drumming,” dedicated to Layne Redmond.

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

 3 Week Live Recorded
Signature Frame Drum Series
Vocal Weavings with Rhythms in Six
With Miranda Rondeau

Includes bonus Live recorded Vocal Weavings in Rhythms in Six Workshop
: Fluid in playing and writing patterns upon hearing the recitation

A signature series
Our voices and the drum are portals for our intentions, devotions, prayers, creativity, expression and offerings. Together a beautiful gift to experience and practice.

Sixes reminds me of the sacred geometric shape of the honeycomb, the hive which reminds me of the bees and of Layne Redmond who inspired a love and curiosity for the bees.
Many of the ancient women frame drummer images she found were of priestesses referred to as Melissa which means bee in Greek.

The bees are a beautiful super organism that has lot's of wisdom to share.
Our drumming and singing is our honoring and gratitude for them.

You will also have tools to continue exploring for your life time of singing practice. This opens the door for you to lead others in call and response singing

* Bonus live recorded workshop Exploring Rhythms in Six
*Opening song invocation
*Honoring of Elements
*Weaving voice over rhythms in six
*Call and response singing
*Create your own call and response singing with prompts
* Simple vocal prompts
*Creating spontaneous short syllables
*Counting references
*Voice placement
*1 PDF
*5 month access

24/7 Access for 5 months. Note there is no extensions. You can repurchase to get another 5 month access. Please be mindful of your time to complete.

Testimonial from bonus workshop
*It was so amazing ….loved it ~ Donna

Testimonial from bonus workshop

*Such a great class. One of my favorites!!! I could feel as we were the Melissea, dancing in a circle, drumming and singing into a trance. Thank you! Patricia

Testimonial from bonus workshop

*Miranda makes learning to vocalize with the drum easy and fun. i truly loved this class. by the end of the class, I was buzzing with gratitude for life, Miranda and my beautiful drum. ~ A.Anderson


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