Miranda Rondeau is a Internationally recognized singer, musician, Remo frame drum artist and teacher. She sings to remember and to connect to soul, chanting in a devotional language of her own. She is inspired by the Beloved, the Ancestors, the Mystery, the Sun, the Wind, the Water, the Earth and the Inward Journey.
Discovering the frame drum was her homecoming. It represented the voice of the Divine Feminine. The drum echoes the pulse of our mothers blood, while we were fetuses in her womb living in literally oneness for 9 months. As the circle it represents the cycles of life, the sun, the moon, the earth, the cosmos and the primordial egg.
Her teacher Layne Redmond author of “When the Drummers Were Women” discovered the priestesses used the drum as a sacred instrument to honor the seasons and connection to the earth as well as honor the rites of passage. It was used to create sacred space and communal bonding. It was a tool to use to remember to revere all of life.
She has opened for Dead Can Dance, Starhawk, Daniel Pinchbeck, Grandmother Agnes Baker and Aamo Bambo of the 13 International Grandmothers. She’s performed for North American Frame Drum Festival, Tamburin Mundi Frame Drum Festival, Germany, American Frame Drum Gathering, World Sacred Music Festival as well many consciousness raising events and rites of passage.
Miranda facilitates Vocal Playshops, Frame Drum Workshops and Sound Bath Journey’s. She teaches privately and via skype. She created and maintains an online presence for Women Frame Drumming via social media.