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Graduate of Harvard College, and current student at the New England Conservatory, I have been studying music for almost two decades. I grew up performing in youth orchestras as a violinist, and have since become proficient at the drums, guitar, and piano. I started playing at 10 years old, and have since performed in numerous orchestras/jazz groups as a percussionist. My style builds off the work of John French, Mitch Mitchell and Steve Gadd, combining elements of traditional jazz drumming with more contemporary forms of rock and punk music. I have a strong background in music theory, and I am eager to provide others with a basic framework through which they can develop and hone the skills demanded for a variety of musical languages, and more importantly to become self-reliant students of music.
Jazz, latin, funk, rock music.
Hands and feet technique, 4 way coordination, reading, repertoire, stretching exercises, brushes and mallets, odd meters, phrasing, improvisation
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dy for me and all of his other students. Many years ago, I was lucky enough to have a professor in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at UCLA who had the ability to provide the perfect amount of background, not too much, not too little, in his graduate courses so that no matter what the student’s undergraduate degree was in, there was never a problem with them understanding the newly introduced graduate level concepts. And now, I am lucky enough that I found a drum instructor who was willing to take on an old guy (remember the many, many years ago stuff above ) and work around my problems with arthritis, senior moments, bad vision, and an occasional decrease in motivation. While I am probably his oldest student (a distinction I could have lived without), I have listened to him work with several younger, in some cases way younger, students and he is another one of those special people who can teach. Not everybody can teach. Of those that can, many don’t teach well. And, of those that can teach well, not all of them can teach well to people with a broad range of backgrounds, skill sets, motivations, and ages. Tony has the ability to teach well, no matter what your circumstances."
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