all styles, dexterity, muscular independence, stick technique, snare drum rudiments, drum charts, drum notation
Heralded as "a smart, tasteful, and genuine singer" and "a consummate multi-instrumentalist," Matthew continues to perform and broaden his range of musical experiences through diverse engagement in both the classical and non-conventional realms. Matthew has had the great privilege of performing around the world and working with some of today's brightest and most acclaimed singers, ensembles, and conductors such as Leon Botstein, Dale Duesing, Karen Brunssen, James Hall, Warren Jones, Phyllis Hoffman, Pro Arte, Canticum Scholare, and VOCES8. As an educator, Matthew's 10+ years of teaching experience in voice and drums has brought him to work with young musicians of all ages and skill types. Matthew's approach is technique driven, while at the same time, expressive, musically sensitive,
I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance, and I am currently in classes towards my Masters of Music Education. With over 10 years of private teaching under my belt, I'm prepared to teach students of all kinds and ages. At my studio I have 2 drum sets set up for teacher and student, headphones for play along, a library of books and music, and recording capabilities. I have an electric bass that I like to use to play along with students to give them the feel of playing with another non-drummer musician. Students can learn their favorite music, or get help with music for school or other ensembles they're a part of. I absolutely do NOT favor one style over the other. I simply teach music and approach it all with the same level of passion. Rock, jazz, Funk, ...
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Doug, 27, is quickly becoming one of Connecticut’s most up and coming drummers and teachers when it comes to Connecticut drum lessons. A graduate of Western Connecticut State University (WCSU), Alley obtained a Bachelor’s of Science in Music Education with an emphasis in classical percussion in 2011. Studying under the tutelage of Dave Smith and Patrick Smith (New Haven Symphony), he would eventually obtain his Connecticut State Teaching Certification the following year in 2012. At WCSU, Alley vigorously studied all of the major percussion instruments. He focused most of his energy on snare drum, marimba, and timpani, but also fell in love with playing all of the percussion accessories. Spending hours each day practicing various orchestral excerpts on different percussion ...
I have been playing Drumkit for 10 years, and hold a Masters of Music in Composition for Film and Multimedia from NYU. I am fluent in most styles of playing, and take well-rounded approach to teaching drums and percussion. Students will learn rudiments, drum notation, common rhythms, grooves and fills in many styles, as well as how to play their favorite tunes!
Hey all, My name is Sam W. I've been teaching private music lessons for nearly 10 years, and have enjoyed meeting new students and helping them discover their love of music. I've recently received my Masters of Music in Scoring for Film and Multimedia at NYU Steinhardt. Outside of giving lessons, I also compose music professionally for use in film, TV and the web. I specialize in teaching guitar, piano and drumkit, as well as music theory/composition and audio recording techniques and software. I look forward to helping you along on your musical journey!
I teach rudimental drumming as well as drum set. I aim to show the connection between various rudiments and grooves on the drumset.
I have been teaching both percussion and electric bass lessons for the past several years. I have had the privilege to play with musical greats, such as Curtis Fuller, Robert Glasper, and Peter Bernstein, on the upright bass and drumset. I intend to focus on concrete application of music theory and rudimentary knowledge to the instruments that I teach.
Education 2010-2014 - University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK Bachelor of Arts in Music, with an emphasis in Jazz and Percussion Minor in Film Scoring 2009-2010 - Educational Center for the Arts, New Haven, CT Experience Over the past four years while pursuing a degree in Music, played in over twenty-five music festivals and venues including the Blue Dome Arts Festival, Tulsa Race Riots Memorial Concert Series, Hop Jam Beer Festival, The Indigo Experience, The Sound Pony, Backwoods Bash Music & Camping Festival (Headliner), Rock’n Rib Crib Festival, Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, and the Back Alley Blues & BBQ. Worked with various noteworthy musicians including Byron Stripling (Trumpet/ Director of Columbus Jazz Orchestra), Lon De Ada (Guitarrista de Flamenco/ Studio Musician), ...
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