Number Drummer creator, Troy Kryzalka, has worked in music and education for over 20 years. Along with being a musician and classroom teacher, Troy has worked in curriculum and instruction as a trainer, coach, and developer. Troy has delivered Number Drummer interactive performances and workshops to thousands of students and educators across the US, and has been recognized and awarded by Yale University for his innovative teaching approach. Visit numberdrummer.com to learn more. ARTS-CURRICULUM INTEGRATION: (MUSIC) (MATH) (LISTENING) (LANGUAGE ARTS)


GRADES: Pre-K K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Performance
Number Drummer Live 1: The Human Drum Set

Number Drummer Live is a one-of-a-kind interactive math & music experiences where up to 400 students “drum” up math to create a spectacular rhythmic performance. 100% student engagement! Everyone plays an instrument! 50-minutes of non-stop math & music! (Small Group/Workshop version also available)

Max Participants: 400

Duration: 50 minutes

Fee:  See Performance & Small Group Workshop Pricing



GRADES:Pre-K K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Performance
Number Drummer Live 2: Breaking Beat

Through parts (K-2) and fractions (3-5), students discover how breaking beat (rhythm) and breaking parts (fractions) are connected to music, math, and reading. Once again, up to 400 students “drum” up math to create a spectacular rhythmic performance. 50 minutes.

Max Participants: 400

Duration: 50 minutes

Fee:  See Performance & Small Group Workshop Pricing


GRADES: Pre-K K 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Performance
Number Drummer Live: EOG EDITION

Number Drummer Live: EOG EDITION is a 60 minute one-of-a-kind interactive math, music, and EOG-Test-Prep experience where every 3-5 grade student “drums” up math to create a spectacular rhythmic performance. The perfect pep rally to kick-off the EOGs!

Max Participants: 400

Duration: 60 minutes

Fee:  See Performance & Small Group Workshop Pricing



Special Requirements:
Open floor (gymnasium/multi-purpose room) or auditorium with fixed seating. TECHNICAL NEEDS: Screen or blank wall for projecting on (Screen can be provided, but additional set-up time is required.) All other equipment is provided (projector, sound system, mic, etc.) SET-UP TIME: 30 minutes for unloading & 60 minutes for set-up (90 minutes total). 30 minutes for knock-down. No stairs due to heavy gear on wheels. VOLUNTEERS: 1 or 2 helpers to assist with handing out instruments. (Helpers simply help to make sure students pick up an instrument as they enter the room and before they are directed to their seat.)