Learning to play an instrument begins with loving music!
The first question I ask a new student is: "What makes you want to play an instrument?". Some people want to play rock, others pop, and others have many different interests, but it all begins with a love for music.
I teach my students to play their favorite songs right from the start. I believe that when you learn music by figuring it out on your own -- by learning to listen -- you gain something very valuable that you can take with you no matter what your musical goals are.
I'm not a strict teacher, but I believe in being disciplined when it comes to the fundamentals. If you have good technique, it frees you to play anything you want to play.
In a typical hour-long lesson, my beginning students spend from 10-30 minutes on the fundamentals, depending on how much time the student has to practice at home. The rest of the lesson is spent applying what we've learned.
It usually takes just a few months before ...
I started playing drums in my parents' basement when I was 9 years old. It was just me, a stereo, and a bunch of cardboard boxes I made into my first drumset. Every day, I listened to to my favorite songs over and over again to figure out how to play them. To me, there was nothing more awesome in the world than music. Since then my musical journey has taken me far and wide. I've studied percussion and composition with world class teachers, toured Europe, composed music for commercials, co-written award winning songs, and performed with a variety of artists at such venues as the Hard Rock Cafe, BB King's, World Cafe, 55 Bar, The Living Room, The Bitter End, Shrine, Rockwood Music Hall, and many others. And the one thing that hasn't changed? I'm still totally in awe of it all. These ...
Born and raised in New Jersey, Evan Michael C. was surrounded by music from a young age. His father, Salvatore C., a talented guitarist dreamed that each of his children would learn a different instrument. After Evan’s eldest brother claimed the guitar, Evan reluctantly picked up the bass at the age of 13. At first, Evan was not happy: It was heavy, and it hurt his fingers. But Evan quickly learned to love the power the bass had over the bandstand and after a few lessons, it was clear that the instrument fit him like a glove. He soon began to perform with high school rock bands, sneaking into local bars and clubs for weekend gigs. A new-found appreciation for upright bass led Evan to start his own trio, sparking a love of R&B and Jazz music that thrives in him to this day. Late in his
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I've been teaching Drums for 10 years and my students have gone on to become professional musicians themselves. Within the first few lessons, you'll be able to play simple songs and as time goes on you'll be able to fluently play many rock and pop songs. I specialize in rock and pop , typically use Tommy Igoe's Groove Essential books, and have the following tools available for your lessons: fully equipped studio with drums, guitar, keyboard and recording gear.. I love working with students of all ages and experience levels and I can't wait to meet you! Fabian was born in Bolzano Italy. He started showing interest for the drum set when he was 7. During his childhood and teen-age years he studied with many famous European drum and Music teachers. He played and toured with many ...
Drum lessons are taught one-on-one and from a beginner level to an advanced level. Ages of students start at 6-years-old and up. I have many adult students as well. It's never too late to start a new instrument.
I have over 18 years of professional teaching experience on drum set, snare drum and percussion (timpani, two- & four-mallets, accessory percussion and hand drums), guitar, piano, electric bass and ukulele. I have been playing music since the age of two. Some of my most noteworthy performances have included Late Show with David Letterman (Justin Townes Earle and Allison Moorer), Tonight Show with Jay Leno (Allison Moorer), Levon Helm's Midnight Ramble (Allison Moorer), The Conan O'Brien Show (Julia Nunes) and Budokan in Tokyo, Japan (Jim Campilongo Trio). My Bachelor of Music is from Capital University where I studied with three great teachers: Robert Breithaupt - Classical percussion and jazz drum set Jim Ed Cobbs - Drum set, tabla and frame drums Eric Paton - Taiko, samba, ...
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www.serojamusic.com I started my career as a drummer at the age of 13 in Syktyvkar, Russia as a part of a school rock band. Few years later I entered a local College of Music to spend four years mastering the drumset & vibraphone and to improve my sight-reading skills. A lot of time and effort was also spent on learning pedagogics. Those days I performed with the College big band and numerous other bands in the area, mostly rock and jazz oriented. Upon graduation I moved to St. Petersburg, Russia to continue my studies at the University of Arts with full scholarship. During my bachelor studies I worked hard as a performer in a variety of bands, spanning stylistically through traditional jazz, fusion, blues, pop, rock and others, touring heavily all around Russia and border countries. ...
I've been teaching drums for seven years, and am still studying them myself! I love teaching and playing a little bit of everything- rock, jazz, latin, and everything in between. Some topics I teach at all levels include - playing a solid groove, technique, building vocabulary, and learning how to play along to a song, with a metronome, and even with other people. We'll angle all of this towards YOUR favorite genres of music too!
My name is Chris G. and I teach the drum set (all styles/levels) and bass guitar (beginner/intermediate) and also offer tutoring in music theory, music history, conducting, and composition. I have been a musician my whole life and have a Bachelor’s degree in Drum Set Performance from Berklee College of Music, and am currently working on my Master's in Jazz Studies at NYU. I have been teaching privately since 2008. As a student myself, I know how much of a drag it is to sit in a classroom with a teacher who obviously doesn't really care about his/her students. This is why I make an effort to personalize every lesson and cater it towards your interests. This way, students enjoy what they are learning and are willing to put in the time outside lessons to practice and master topics. * ...
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