Liberty Lake Day Camp

From August 16th-20th, I had the honor of being an Artist in Residence at Liberty Lake Day Camp in Monroe County, NJ. I  worked with all age groups of campers, from ages 4 through 15, as part of the diverse elective program offered by Liberty Lake. I introduced campers to hand drumming and group rhythm making. Each day we met at a beautiful location next to the lake, and got to experience the connection and sense of community that happens through drumming together. Each day the campers practiced a group drumming piece and the week culminated with the campers performing at Camp-A-Palooza. (click here to read more about Camp-A-Palooza)

Check out a blurb written about Path To Rhythm  in the Liberty Lake News (created by campers in the newspaper elective).

Liberty Lake is a special place, and I am grateful that I had the opportunity to meet and work with some great people who truly love what they do. To name just a few, Brandi Carnivale, Andy Pritikin, Dave Eural, Jason Samuel, Chris Peszka, Ray, Miss D…(and the list goes on and on…) Thanks LLDC!



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  • Brandi Carnivale September 14, 2010, 12:11 pm

    Words can not express how much we appreciate Adam bringing his drums and his Path to Rhythm explosion to Liberty Lake Day Camp. Staff and Kids alike had an incredible time jamming and creating beautiful music together. Path to Rhythm is a unique program that not only introduces kids to drums, but to the joy of creating music as one. The experience all came together at Camp-a-Palooza, where kids and staff played for hours in the drum circle and Adam rocked out on stage! Thank you, thank you, thank you for being a part of Liberty Lake and helping make Camp-a-Palooza a truly special day!

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