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I will tailor the lessons to your capabilities and personal taste while giving you all the tools you need to progress and enjoy the instrument.
Through specific exercises and playing along with your favorite music, you will release yourself from any limitations. The sky is the limit.
Whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced student aiming at becoming a pro, I will help you get there.
Find the voice of any drum and make it sing. Students of every level benefit from rhythmic breath and speaking the words of the rhythms. Beginners will find the sounds of the drum, learn the language used to explain patterns, and quickly memorize rhythms by name. Everybody learns differently, we will write, speak, feel, or clown around until you fully grasp the rhythm. Intermediate and advanced students will benefit from a variety of techniques from around the world to employ to make even familiar patterns sound fresh.
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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