Percussion Play is the leading manufacturer of outdoor musical instruments. With a diverse selection of musical and percussion instruments, they are committed to making musical expression accessible to everyone, everywhere.
Music is found in all known cultures past and present and has become a fundamental part of human life. Differences in age, gender, ethnic or linguistic background have no place in music, and barriers to other activities defined by motor and mental abilities are absent in music.
Music is, of course, the most universal language available to us, and everyone has the potential to make music. Percussion Play's outdoor musical instruments are perfect additions to a plethora of environments, bringing music to outdoor spaces around the world. They can be effortlessly played and enjoyed by people of all ages and abilities, allowing children and adults to realize how satisfying it is to make music together. No musical direction is required and any combination of our outdoor musical instruments can be played together in harmony.
The products carry the fun and ease of playing musical and percussion instruments outdoors and can even provide music therapy. Whether you are looking for a new addition to an urban space or a rural play area, a music park, a recreation park, a schoolyard, a senior center or a tourist attraction, Percussion Play has a range of funky inclusive outdoor play equipment and inclusive play equipment to meet your musical needs.
We invite you to create beautiful soundscapes in your outdoor space with Percussion Play's musical and percussion instruments.
"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, wings to the imagination, and wings to all life." - Plato
Shaman drum building courses - Brigitte
Deepening and learning to play the kora with Moussa Cissokho and Josh Doughty - Franck
Franck plays bass in several African music bands (Senegal/ Kenya)
Always traveling in search for new instruments Franck & Brigitte - South Africa
Trip to Mali to deepen his knowledge of West African music - Franck
Courses in North Indian Classical Music during two years Franck & Brigitte
Course and Diploma in Tibetan Singing Bowl Therapy in Nepal - Brigitte
Study of the culture and music of the indigenous people in Australia - Franck
2002 - 2003
Various courses in West African percussion in Geneva and Zurich - Franck & Brigitte
Trip to Myanmar - Burma - Franck & Brigitte
Vietnam - in search of ethnic musical instruments - Franck & Brigitte
Two months training in Burkina Faso in Djembé and Dundum playing with Hamadou Konaté - Franck & Brigitte
Visit to Peru and Mexico - Franck & Brigitte
Courses in West African music and dance in Geneva with the groups "Les Frères Coulibaly" and "Farafina "Franck & Brigitte
Street music in Switzerland and France with didgeridoo and percussion - Franck & Brigitte
First contact with the didgeridoo in Australia - Brigitte
Workshop in Guinea with Mamady Keïta and in Burkina Faso with the group "Kassama" - Franck
First contact with the didgeridoo in Senegal - Franck
First trip to Senegal and the discovery and fascination of West African music - Franck
Cuba - Santiago de Cuba - Dance and Yoruba music - Franck& Brigitte