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I grew up in Quebec City Canada, where I only spoke French during those growing years. From a very young age, I was always attracted to music and particularly playing drums. My mom has told me that before I could even walk, I was already banging away on whatever I could put my hands on. I would sit down with pots, pans, and spoons and bang away. My parents bought my first “real” drum kit when I was about five years old. It was a Mickey Mouse drum set that they ordered from the Sears catalog. I was ecstatic. Unfortunately, because of the poor quality of the drum, this particular kit only lasted a couple months, but it was on that very drum kit that I gave my first live performance. The concert took place in the basement of my house. This memorable concert included one song, a French ...
I teach a bit of snare drum techniques for concert band and hand drum percussion. I can help students their studies, who are in percussion in their school band.
Hi! My name is Al! I've been playing drums for about 11 years now, I started playing at the age of 12 when my parents bought me my first drum set. Since then drumming has been my life, everything from playing in numerous bands, drum competitions, private teaching, and National US Tours. Leaving my home town of Brownsville, TX behind, I moved out to L.A Summer of 2008 to attend the Los Angeles Music Academy, where I received my Associates Degree in Music Performance. I currently teach private lessons and I gig around town with various artists. I have lots of musical knowledge that Iv'e obtained by studying with LA's Top Drummers. I'd love to pass down my knowledge only to benefit you in your drum learning experience. If you're just a beginner, only want to take lessons for fun, or more ...
Lessons are tailored to the students style preferences. Styles that can be taught include: hand percussion, conga's, bongoes, timbales, and their use in Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, Reggae, and other various styles of contemporary music, including hip hop.
Orchestral percussion including Timpani, orchestral snare drum technique, marimba, vibraphone, orchestra bells, xylophone, and 4 mallet keyboard techniques.
4 mallet keyboard techniques taught include: the Burton grip, the Mainieri grip, the Musser grip, and the Scissors grip.
Music reading is taught, but not a requirement.
Kris B has a Bachelors degree in Music from California State University Northridge, and has worked professionally in a variety of styles including jazz, Latin, rock, funk, r&b, and classical. He has gotten to work with many of the finest musicians in Southern California, and has teamed up to perform clinic/performances with musicians such as Luis Conte, Richie Gagate Garcia, Taku Hirano, and Roland Gajate Garcia. He’s also performed clinics with Kenny Wayne Shepherd’s great bassist, Tony Franklin, who was with The Firm, as well as Richard Fortus, guitarist with Guns N’ Roses. Kris is also very happy to have gigged with many world class musicians including Michito Sanchez, Kevin Ricard, Clare Fischer, Otmaro Ruiz, Smokey Robinson, Teena Marie, Denice Williams, Stu Goldberg, Art
I am a brass, voice and percussion artist and teacher, local to the Pomona area, specializing in many styles such as Classical, Jazz, and Pop. I am a tuba player at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim performing in numerous ensembles throughout the park. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Tuba Performance from CSU Sacramento and my master's degree in tuba performance at Azusa Pacific University. At APU I have held principal chairs in many ensembles including the Jazz band I, Wind Ensemble, graduate quintet, Vocal Jazz, and am the Assistant director of the Blackout Marching Band (APU). In addition, I was privileged to win multiple downbeat awards with the Sacramento State Jazz Singers where I sung bass and was often a featured soloist. I am featured as the bass singer in Selfless Cold and ...
I graduated from Berklee College of Music and have over 15 years of professional playing and teaching experience. Together we will work to set and achieve personal short and long-term musical goals and use all of the tools and technologies available to reach above and beyond your potential. I would be honored to help you on your journey of learning music. *** Lesson Details *** Drum Lessons will include a beginning to advanced combination of any (and all) of the following depending on the skill level of the student: hand/foot technique, time keeping, rhythm exercises, music genres, chart reading, music theory, linear playing, polyrhythms, rudiments, snare solos, learning songs, performance skills and studio drumming. Lessons can also include working with recording software and ...
I consider that every student is a unique individual. Because of this all my lesson are different and focus on the needs of each student.
I base my lessons in 7 important aspects:
- Technique - Groove development
- Reading - Performance
- Ear Training - Improvisation
- Play Along
Bachelors of Music in Jazz Performance from California State University of Northridge. I teach Drumset, Percussion(Latin, Orchestral, Marching Band). I think that playing a Musical instrument is about having fun while developing your creativity to express yourself through the language of Music. No matter the age, anyone can learn and enjoy the experience of learning Music and its benefits!
"Steven is very professional and extremely helpful. He always has a smile on and is serious about helping you phrase the music. I would highly recommend him to anyone."
"It's been really exciting so far! Jordan has been so helpful, so knowledgeable. I could not have found a better instructor and I'm getting better and better every day."
"My daughter's wedding was weeks away and I had never been able to dance a step. With Jenny's help, I came further than ever before in such short time in any subject."