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When you play a drum, you're making a statement: you're saying, "Here I am!" I remember in my formative years taking a drum lesson from Duncan Moore. He told me, "There's nothing shy about playing drums." Drums are the engine in music, they make things move forward. I'll teach you how to be that engine while still maintaining integrity as an artist behind the kit. We can learn anything from rock, pop, and reggae to jazz, Latin, and classical music - depending on your taste.
Ian H. – Drumset/Percussion/Guitar/Bass/Vibraphone/ (Piano) Educational Performance Experience • Bachelor of Music Degree in Jazz Studies from SDSU. • Percussionist in the SDSU Wind Ensemble. • Drummer for the SDSU Jazz Combos 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. • Studied at Berklee College of Music for their 5-week summer performance class, testing in to the top levels of theory, ear-training, ensembles, and master classes. • Performer in the Gamelan at SDSU – played at the Eastern Asian Music Festival at Canyon Crest Academy, Spring 2011. • Canyon Crest Academy Rock Band – 2005-6 • Canyon Crest Academy Symphonic Band (1st Chair) – superior ratings: El Camino High School, Point Loma Nazarene University & Heritage Festivals, Chicago Music Competition, 2006-2008 • Canyon Crest Academy Jazz ...
I have been teaching drumset to students of all ages and levels for over 5 years. My students are commonly surprised to see how quickly they progress - often within the first couple of lessons, we are playing along to their favorite songs! My approach is very straightforward, fun, and can be applied to whichever style(s) the student is interested in. Having studied with some of the top percussion educators from around the world at Berklee College of Music (including Grammy award winners Mark Walker and Terri Lyne Carrington), I use a culmination of methods along with my own personal experiences to help the student progress.
The drumset student can expect to learn very quickly about the following topics, which can be tailored to their particular needs/goals:
-Proper stick technique/control and posture
-Drumset coordination and independence
-Development of speed and efficiency of motion
-Grooves and various styles of drumming
-Study of ...
As far back as I can remember, music has been a central part of my life. I grew up in a musical family; my father a drummer and pianist, my mother a woodwinds player, and my brother a bassist, I have been surrounded by music as far back as I can recall. Upon graduating from San Diego SCPA, I became interested in recording and audio engineering, eventually working as 2nd engineer at Signature Sound in Clairemont, and main engineer at Proxy Music in Oceanside. This afforded me invaluable experience working with some of San Diego's finest musicians and recording artists. In 2008, I attended Berklee College of Music on scholarship - majoring in Professional Music with an emphasis on performance and composition. In 2011, I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Music.
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Every musician was first and foremost a fan of music. My love of music began when my mother took me to a performance of Beethoven's fifth symphony when, coincidentally, I was five. From that point, I started fervently listening to my mother's records (those are the huge, black monstrosities that people in the pre-historic used in place of iPods), followed closely by my father's CD collection. After a while, this ravenous desire of to know and feel music moved me to play an instrument. After a couple of false starts with the drums and violin, I found my true musical calling: the guitar. On January 25th 1995, on a whim, I began playing the guitar, and I have yet to put it down. Along the way I've picked up a number of friends for my guitar, including the bass, the ...
I have been teaching from from beginner's to the college level and older adults for 30 + years.
I focus on fundamentals like rudiments and technique, snare and drumset reading and all styles of drumset playing including grooves, fills and more!
Since graduating from San Diego State University in 1986 (where I received my Bachelors degree in music and was the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Award in music for that year), I have been able to be involved in so many areas of drumming, percussion(including mallet instruments like vibes and xylophone) and teaching. This includes being an adjunct professor in the music dept. at SDSU (1994-1998) and currently at Grossmont College. From performing with international jazz giants like Art Farmer and Hank Jones, and local legends Hollis Gentry and L.A. guitarist Ron Eschete- to performing in pop settings with my own top 40/classic rock band and backing bands like the Drifters or pop singer Peter Cetera, my experience is broad. I've played in successful pop groups. ...
I'm a devoted drummer who spent hours and hours studying technique, coordination, feel and worked on countless exercises (which I will provide for you also). I've spend the first years of my drumming practicing 8 hours a day, and I am completely in love with this instrument. If you also share a passion for drums and would like to start learning the instrument seriously, I'm the right guy for you.
I'm a devoted and a passionate teacher, even though I'm teaching a wide variety of subjects my focus is on music and the drum set. Lessons Lessons are generally in a relaxed setting and designed to work towards accomplishing student determined goals. While all students will study similar fundamentals, every lesson is as different as every person. What are your goals? I'll tell you what you need to do to get there, and help you take the steps to achieve your aspirations. As a teacher, my goal is to provide a positive hands-on experience. I strive to create an environment where learning is enjoyed and explored, teaching in an exciting, fun, and passionate mode. I am not strict, and have a strong sense of humor - although I do expect the students to practice. I have an extremely ...
From Theory to Stage Performance
Daniel is a San Diego native that has been in the music business for almost 10 years. Live drumming and studio sessions have driven him to want to share his experience with others. Daniel's lessons are not only full of energy and fun but very instructive and planned out. His lesson levels range from beginner level to expert level, starting the student off with music theory (note value and rudiments) up to live performance execution and recording techniques.
"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."