Kamica King

Workshops & Trainings
Kamica offers a variety of community arts workshops, artist development, and music-infused wellness and team-building experiences. Learn more below and reach out to booking@kamicaking.com to schedule services for your program or workplace. 

Music & Relaxation sessions cater to stress management and self-care. Participants are guided through music-assisted self-care practices, including mindfulness, deep breathing techniques, meditation exercises and gentle movement, also learning about the qualities of music that can support wellbeing.

Empowerment sessions engage participants' creativity, problem-solving and self-expression through guided exploration into musical activities and the self in a group setting. Great for team-bonding and cross-cultural interaction, these sessions can center facilitated songwriting, song discussion, drum circles, musical affirmations, and other active music making experiences. 

Group Songwriting is great for team-building. Participants are guided through the processes of writing a song from generating ideas, to making musical decisions and creating a collective song. 

Join the Jam: Participants are invited to engage with a variety of easy to play percussive world music instruments (many rooted in African Diasporic tradition) guided through the creation of rhythms, chants, and other community-building activities as a group.

Artistic Development
Workshops & trainings designed to increase participants knowledge, performance, technique, and practice. 

Live Performance 
 (music, spoken word/poetry)
Artistic Identity 
Public Speaking/Interviews 
Music Business & Entrepreneurship 
Techniques for Stress Management & Self Care 
Music as a Tool for Social Change 

Senior Programs
Name That Tune: Participants flex their memory "muscles" with this interactive, musical trivia experience featuring live and pre-recorded music from a variety of decades and genres with opportunities to sing along.

Groovin' to the Oldies: This workshop features live, pre-recorded, and instrumental music from yesteryear to encourage movement, performance and singing among participants.

Youth Program*
Workshop series for artistic exploration via music, mentorship, and social-emotional learning. Students learn and create through music making, singing, songwriting, mindfulness exercises & discussions. A final performance option is available in certain programming formats. 
*General curriculum available & cultural education curriculum available (Black/African Diasporic)

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