Frame drum specialist giving concert July 25 in Royston

Marla Leigh Goldstein is giving a house concert July 25 at Royston Community Hall.

Marla Leigh Goldstein is a Los Angeles based professional percussionist, flautist, composer and educator, and one of the very few female specialists in the ancient Mediterranean frame drum.

She is an internationally recognized teacher and performer who has presented throughout the USA, Canada and Europe. Marla carries the gift of being an inspiring and energetic educator, and soulful, charismatic performer.

As a composer, Marla writes dynamic cross-cultural world music scores for film, TV and healing arts DVDs. Marla is also the creator/CEO of a online percussion academy, the “Frame Drum Academy,” where she teaches students worldwide how to drum; as well, she has her own Signature Series line of frame drums with the Cooperman Drum Company.

Marla offers Rhythm & Rejuvenation retreats at places such as the Esalen Institute, Harbin, Kalani and other beautiful places around the world.

 

On Saturday, July 25, Marla will be performing an intimate house concert at the Royston Community Hall, 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. Tickets are available at the door. FMI Monica drumdeva@gmail.com

 

 

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