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Making Handpan Accessible to Everyone

Hands-on Handpan

PanKinds aim is to share this unique and beautiful instrument with as many people as possible, using it as a tool for connection, expression and for promoting wellbeing.

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Whether its a workshop for primary school students, a corporate team building session or playing for patients in a local hospital, PanKind is sharing this unique and wonderful instrument with the world. We tailor our sessions to your individual needs.

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Ice breaker sessions

Kick off your seminar or conference with something a little different

Team building sessions

Strengthening your team. Workshops tailored to suit your needs

Corporate social responsibility

Help us to help others.

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Where did you hear your first Handpan?

Often when I meet someone who is interested in these instruments their story is usually similar in many ways to mine. It involves hearing and being drawn towards a mesmerising sound and then being captivated by what they find. Following this is a deep desire to play one, and then the realisation of how inaccessible they are (or are perceived to be). Thankfully a lot has changed over the past couple of years, and the days of handpans costing many thousands of pounds and needing to wait years on a waiting list are becoming a thing of the past. They are still not cheap, reflecting the time and skill required to hand make and tune them, however they are a fraction of the cost of even a few years ago, and far more available.

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Capturing people's first moments with a handpan


Oban
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Lauren
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Amy
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Alex
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Seren
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Michael
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