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Jeff Moehlis: Pockets Full of Music, at the Lobero | Arts & Entertainment

It takes more than a global pandemic to stop The Rhythmic Arts Project (TRAP), a Santa Barbara-based organization that uses a unique methodology of rhythm as a modality to educate individuals with intellectual and developmental differences.

TRAP founder Eddie Tuduri told Noozhawk, “It’s amazing that it stayed alive and well and thriving through this pandemic, on Zoom.”

But, he noted, “it took a long time to develop the tools. We had to get at least one drum to every student, wherever they were. And we managed to adjust our visual aids to work on one drum, where normally we would put four drums out, with four different colors, numbers,…

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