We hope you are finding time to laugh, play, rest, take walks, read, practice self care... whatever it is that brings you peace and joy. To help raise your spirits we are gifting you all a a free download of our song Ho’Oponopono. Click on Audio (to the left). We will see you soon!
Good News!! While we are sad to cancel all our live performances and classes from March through the beginning of May we are committed to do what’s best and safe for everyone. Annegret, Tori and Shirsten are preparing online videos! Annegret’ s zoom class starts Wednesday, April 15. Click on Annegret Baier Offerings ( to the left) for information. We have decided to postpone the Giving Birth to Ourselves Frame drum intensive to starting in June. And it will go for 5 months instead of 6 and the cost is reduced. All details are listed in Frame Drum offerings. Stay safe everyone and when we get to play together, drum, perform, dance and sing it will be so amazing!
Tori, Shirsten &Annegret
Inanna, Sisters in Rhythm, is a percussion and vocal ensemble dedicated to cultural diversity, education, and healing through the universal language of music. Blending western vocal harmonies with the polyrhythms of West Africa, the Middle East, and Brazil, they create a multicultural sound that is original and unique.
Inanna performs as a trio, “Inanna, Sisters In Rhythm,” and as a five piece band, “Inanna & Friends,” Five Piece with bass and guitar. In addition to performing, Inanna offers workshops and customized retreats that include drumming, movement, singing, sound healing, meditation and variety of practices designed to nurture and stimulate creativity and healing.
Inanna also collaborates with Kari Luehman, as the music for 5Rhythms dance classes and collaborates with Beth Bielat and Brenda Colfer for Lifebreath sessions.
“To facilitate situations where people can experience the magic that happens when playing drumming patterns together in community, and adding chanting and dancing is one of the most heart opening experiences of my life.” ˜Tori Morrill
“One of the reasons that I love drumming so much, both in the context of drum classes as well as in performing, is that it engenders community. It is such an ancient, universal, and primal language that brings people together, and cultivates great joy.” ˜Shirsten Lundblad
“I love drumming for it’s physical and invigorating nature, the feeling of being suspended in the rhythm, when all the drum parts come together in polyrhythm, and the way it resonates with all ages.” ˜ Annegret Baier
“If we may be of service with your retreat, sharing music at your event or venue, teaching classes at your center or school, please click on our contact link to the left for more information. ” - Ever Grateful, Tori, Annegret and Shirsten