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Jump Rhythm at the Kennedy Center

Last weekend, Jump Rhythm had the honor of traveling to Washington, D.C., to perform in JUBA! Masters of Tap and Percussive Dance. We were invited by Lane Alexander and Chicago Human Rhythm Project, and we shared the stage with the … Continue reading

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Six Action Ideas: Reflections on “Clear Rhythmic Accents”

When first presented with this Action Idea I was certain that I knew all there was to know about making clear rhythmic accents, as I’ve played music and danced for as long as I can remember.  As I’ve worked with … Continue reading

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Six Action Ideas to Full-bodied Rhythm Making: Idea 2

This fall, we’re continuing to explore Billy’s unique fundamentals of the Jump Rhythm Technique, which we call our “Jump Rhythm Technique® Six Action-ideas.”  The second action-idea, “Making clear rhythmic accents” goes hand in hand with, and builds upon, our first … Continue reading

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Jump Rhythm Fall Season

We at Jump Rhythm are so excited to be able to share a show with our Chicago audience starting tomorrow!  We’d love to see you there, and here’s a little preview footage from our tech rehearsal on Tuesday night.  Click … Continue reading

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Six Action Ideas: Reflections on “Being on the beat”

So I’ll admit that the first time I heard the initial action idea of the Jump Rhythm Technique, I naively assumed that it would be easy. I’ve been an avid fan of music my entire life; a drummer since the … Continue reading

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