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Though I can play all mallet instruments, my specialty lies in Jazz vibraphone. I have one at my home studio so I can show you the ins-and-outs of the vibraphone - how the motor works, how to read, how to make a good sound out of the instrument etc...
Our lessons will start with some basic repertoire and scale construction. These things are necessary in order to gain facility on the instrument. Then we'll learn arpeggios and from there we can start delving into playing chords (4-mallet technique). Most importantly, I'll teach you how to teach yourself songs/music. It's great to learn what I know and like, but it's a lot more important to learn how to learn so you can teach yourself the things you like!
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 ...
Not only do I love chess and running marathons, but I also have three degrees in drums and percussion (Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctorate). I have ten years experience as a performer (including playing drums on a Grammy nominated album) with orchestras, touring big bands (Jimmy Dorsey, Five-By-Design), professional productions (Carnival Cruise Lines, amusement parks), jazz artists, and rock bands. I have also toured solo as a classical marimbist. Although I have a strong foundation in rudimental and jazz drumming, I also have roots in West African drumming, Cuban and Brazilian styles, and polka. I have taught percussion lessons, percussion classes for band directors, jazz ensembles, percussion ensembles, and drum lines at Kansas State University, The University of Southern ...
I teach mallets(xylophone and vibraphone, marimba) and hand percussion like congas and small accessory instruments.
I also have written a book published by Hal Leonard music("Jazz Standards for Vibraphone") which is currently available for online order and in music stores worldwide.
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 have played the drums for over 15 years. I understand rhythm very intimately and can teach almost anyone, no matter what their level of understanding, how to internalize rhythm and enjoy making music on the drums. I have extensive experience playing and teaching drumset and snare drum, as well as hand drums and other percussion instruments.
Hey, I'm Matthew! I'm happy to have the opportunity to work with you toward your goal of choice. I list a number of areas that I can help you with because there are a lot of things I've worked with in my life! MUSIC: I've been playing the drums and piano for over 15 years. I played for years as a drummer in concert bands, jazz bands, small ensembles, rock bands, and church praise bands, and have taught it for 8 years. I've played piano in a lot of settings, too, and have a great fluency with different styles and the ability to both read music and play classically as well as improvise and have fun with pop music. I'm also a singer and a guitar player. Needless to say, I bring a lot of passion, love, and dedication to teaching music because it is one of the things I love most ...
Learn how to read, feel, and translate rhythms in all forms including hand percussion, drum set, and even be able to translate them to any other instrument. Learn how to count music properly, and read drum and percussive notation. You will also learn how to transcribe your favorite songs just from listening to them so you can easily learn to play them.
Hi, there! My name is Maegan, and I'm excited to be a part of the Take Lessons team, and help you on your musical journey! I've been teaching private lessons since 2004 and have loved helping my students gain a deeper understanding of music as a whole, master their skills on the drums, and putting the fun in learning to play an instrument. I went to Musician's Institute and earned a degree in Percussion in 2007. I'm an experienced and drive person and my teaching style is adaptable and effective. My students get huge take always from every lesson, and I really figure out what will help you progress the fastest in the direction you want to go musically. I look forward to helping you reach your goals!
My approach to drumming is about using proper technique, being musical, interacting with musicians in a live band setting, and most importantly having fun and enjoying the art of music. I want you to be able to come to me with any questions or comments you may have about music and drumming. I want to teach you what YOU want to learn while providing you with the necessary tools to further your musicality.
I love teaching and I love music. I want to work with you to create an enjoyable experience for us both!
I have been playing the drumset and percussion for 11 years in both educational and personal ensembles. I have experience in classical, marching/rudimental, jazz, rock, reggae, latin, funk, pop, and many other genres of drumming. I have taught at multiple local middle schools and high schools as a percussion and drumline coach covering all types of instruments. I work in many personal projects and play for SeaWorld as a drummer for one of their shows.
"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."