iBeatBox is an Arts Educational & Entertainment Consulting Service providing the artistic, creative and technical skills necessary for learning the art making music with their mouth which is commonly known as Beat Boxing (vocal instrumentation) aimed to engage school workshop, school assembly, conference ice breaker or team building activity.
Beat boxing can be used in ways to help with the development of various skills, iBeatBox Workshop in focuses on vocal techniques, stage presence, improvisation, composition, listening, ensemble playing, history, theory, critique, creative concepts and connections to other genres, fields and disciplines. Participants and faculty put it all to the test in musical performance. Participants play together, collaborate, by deconstructing urban and pop songs then putting back together through vocal percussion.
To accomplish the desired learning outcome, development of an interactive curriculum; We use many useful vocal and stress-busting tips, which are great for professionals working in voice-heavy industries, incorporating team building games and exercises through group activities and individual practice. Each workshop creates a non- judgemental, informal and supportive atmosphere in which groups can bond and begin to breakdown barriers.
The founder has been facilitating Beatbox 101 workshops on since 2007. a known as beatbox Poet , It all started for Eddy DaOriginalOne while on a spoken word poetry performance tour in Halifax, Nova Scotia. While on that tour he was asked to facilitate a beatboxing workshop for the first time at Dartmouth High School. In sharing his skills, he noticed that kids enjoyed the performance while integrating beat boxing within his storytelling and poetry. They were mesmerized as to what he was able to create by just using his mouth. From then on, Eddy has attracted customers at high schools, public libraries, arts organizations and musical festivals.
Music is a universal language — there’s rhythm in all of us — that allows us to communicate, work together and experience a common sense of belonging. Through music, we learn to be receptive and creative at the same time.