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Global Rhythms Master Class Workshop & KRM Live

We create home in many ways, including through the arts. As part of our growing arts programs, newcomers create home through artistic expression and exchange. You can join us by sharing in these global cultural histories and talents. This November, there are two opportunities for this artistic exchange.

Both events are ticketless and free to enter. Light refreshments will be provided. A suggested donation of $5 to $10 supports KRM’s work in the community. No registration is required.

master class workshop: global rhythms

Come join KRM to celebrate all things rhythm! Our first Master Class will showcase various masters and practitioners of various rhythm and percussion traditions from around the globe. Presenters will exhibit their particular style and approach to percussion and speak on the history and cultural meanings behind their craft.

Thursday, November 15, 2018
5:00 p.m. at KRM
969-B Cherokee Rd, Louisville, KY 40204


  • Ernesto Ramos: Cuban Rhythms and Percussion
  • Sanaan Hamza: Def Drum and Kurdish Percussion tradition
  • Pete Klarman: Jazz Kit Drumming
  • Caleb Leiva: Latin Kit Drumming
  • Jared Zarantonello: Electronic/Global Club Rhythms

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krm live

Come celebrate the rich musical and artistic talents from the KRM community and tour our newly-renovated building.

Saturday, November 17, 2018
Doors at 5:30 p.m.
Performance at 6:00 p.m.
969-B Cherokee Rd, Louisville, KY 40204

Featuring performances by:

  • Club Seruka: Aimee Ninahaza and Fleur Gahimbare
  • Charito
  • Eddifledo Martinez San Gil (EDDY MUSIC)
  • Ernesto Ramos
  • Youth performers from “Mixing Matters” and KRM Media Lab programs
  • Patrick Litanga
  • SYAcademy Dance Studio
  • Yared Sound

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Video and music by Jared Zarantonello. Artists featured include artists from the KRM Live and We Create programs.

Learn more about KRM’s arts programs…

Revisit these stories about how KRM Live builds connections, how the 2018 World Refugee Week Festival featured art at various pop-up events, and how community artists partnered with KRM to share work inspired by narratives of migration.