As a drummer, tabla player and percussionist, flexibility is mandatory. It’s essential for teaching and learning too. Some students like to focus on exams and grading, others want to be able to play in bands, and a few just want to play the fastest double bass drum rolls in the world! No one wants an environment in which attention isn’t paid to the students likes and dislikes.
I am a freelance drummer and percussionist based in Dalston, and teaching from my studio in Manor House. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Drum Kit and Percussion - Tell me about your qualifications. I studied at the Royal Academy of Music and The Guildhall School Of Music. - How much do you charge? I charge £30/hr for private students.
ANDY TURCO -Drummer- PURPOSE: Playing has always has to be about: sharing emotions, express feelings, have fun, being curious, pushing musicians boundaries.
My teacher at the time, Dagmara Kezbere used an old St.Petersburg russian violist school approach, which develops student's musicality as well as technique. I am friendly, creative, responsible and very well organised teacher who is passionate about sharing knowledge.
A lot of practical work together. Music must be felt, not taught. Rather than just a drum lesson, they will be music lessons in which we will explore music as as a culture and weave the history of the drums in the one of human kind.
I always aim to teach fun and engaging lessons that balance technical aspects of drumming and drum theory. I have found that motivating and inspiring students to practice regularly is essential to their learning and development. I have also found it is particularly effective to have parents involved in making sure their children meet the practice goals that are set.
Whether you're a parent looking at lessons for your child, a hobbyist who wants to reach higher levels, or a student/professional that needs challenging material to be the best they can be - I can ensure that improvements will be made. Lessons are independently tailored for each student to ensure maximum progress and delivered in a fun and professional manner.
How to do that ? • Positive learning, based on the respect and understanding of the child’s needs. • Structured teaching following the National Curriculum, record keeping. • Building personal lessons depending on pupils’ musical personality, enhancing with composition-technical-music theory tools and a variety of musical cultures/artists. • Achieve clear weekly goals.
Hi, I'm Nora, a Percussion/Drums/Marimba and German teacher from Austria. Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach drums/percussion/marimba/music education.
I am able to teach lessons for beginners to advanced! My lessons cover styles, reading and technique. I will cover rudiments, and applying them to the kit. Reading, wether the student would like to learn to read or wants to start applying their reading to musical situations and styles. And I will cover various drumming techniques such as moeller technique, linear playing and open handed playing.
No form, should be thought of as being absolute or unchangeable. To settle on one way, and one way only, is to invite stagnation. Music is not a static art, but a dynamic process; teaching should be the same. No method, therefore, beautifully wrought as it may be in principle, should be rigid. Flexibility in any teaching system is a “must” if it is to succeed.
My teaching is based on what the student wants to learn and be able to accomplish, whether that be working through grades or learning drum grooves to songs/tunes. However, every student will learn the importance of a good, strong and firm foundation to playing drums, and I will teach them that.
I generally teach anyone from beginner level up to grade 8 standard and of any age. I like to not just teach students to pass exams but to learn how to become a mature musician and be in the position where they are able to play well with other musicians and hopefully get gigs.
I would say that my approach promotes creativity more than robotically learning an instrument. I'll show you all sorts of different concepts and some examples on how you can apply them in a musical way but after that it's up to you to come up with the ideas.
I start my lessons seeing what the idvidual wants out of my classes then value their ability and dream to start my students in the right direction
I am a professional drummer from Italy, based in London and my drum classes are perfectly suitable for beginners and advanced players. My methods are based on the main purpose of becoming a "musical" drummer who knows how to use the language of Music. I am a friendly person and I always enjoy the interexchange of information between me and students.
All practices you will be able To realistically use to make you a better drummer but more importantly able to play with other musicians.
I'm a freelance music teacher and drummer/tuba player with 20 years experience and knowledge that I'd love to share with you. Get in contact - I promise you won't regret it! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I mostly teach young drummers and brass players from ages 4-18. I teach all brass instruments (trumpet, tuba, euphonium, etc.) from a beginner level upwards.
Achieved distinction (Grades 1-8) Trinity Guildhall. Able to teach but not limited to teaching using Rockschool or Trinity Syllabus if preferred). Here to centre the lessons around YOUR learning, where next to the necessary technical foundation I will help you find your creative voice to be able to thrive as a rounded, confident and disciplined musician.
Hi there! My name is Dean Valentine and I am a drums teacher and professional session musician. I teach students of all ages and all levels, so whether you are starting from scratch or just ironing out certain areas of technique, I am here to help.
My teaching method varies on the experience the person has, so I will approach beginners the same as they are on the same level and more experienced drummers different as they will understand more drum terminology and techniques
Hey. I'm Harry, and I'm a professional drum kit player and teacher based out of my studio in Manor House, and also travelling around North London (and the world!). I have over a decade in teaching and touring experience. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Drum Kit, from absolute beginner to university level. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Hugo Tervarent is a professional drummer/percussionist who has been teaching for over 15 years in England and France. After graduating from CFPM in Paris and Tech music school here in London, he then started to set up his own teaching project (Drums For All) in primary schools around London, gaining a lot of experience in teaching young children (from 6 years old).
I'm a Portuguese-born professional drummer since I was 16 years old. I teach all genres of music from Pop to Rock to Jazz, Afro-Cuban, etc. I believe versatility is super important, and fun! (especially as a drummer) I also teach musical Theory and Harmony and how to read music as well, whether for drummers or any other instrument.
In my opinion, the most important part of learning an instrument is to enjoy playing and be creative. I'll base my lessons on your individual interests, tastes and requirements. I'll keep the right level of challenge in order to keep you steadily progressing.
I am a Scottish composer, pianist and teacher, based in London. Most recently, I have worked at Glyndebourne, Scottish Opera and the National Opera Studio. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Piano and Composition (including music theory). I also offer Drum Kit lessons. - Tell me about your qualifications. My studies began in Glasgow, with four years at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
I have been drumming for over 11 years, studying all 8 grades of Trinity Guild Hall Drums and been teaching for over five years. I have played in several bands including, Senior Wind, Jazz, Latin American, Hip-hop jazz, Indie, Funk and orchestral. I have performed in the Royal Albert Hall twice and played in eight musical shows! I teach students of all levels in a fun and engaging way.
I'm a professional session drummer and multi-instrumentalist, with 10 years experience working in the music industry, and 15 years of teaching experience. Students range from as young as 5, to retirees. I also accommodate for students with SEN. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach drumming to any level and across all genres .
I'm a highly experienced performer and player but also an experienced and passionate educator. I want to pass on my knowledge in a fun and enjoyable way! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Saxophone, flute and clarinet all classical and jazz. Also teaching jazz drum kit and teaching for theory exams. I can also teach jazz theory, harmony and improvisation.
I offer drum kit and percussion lessons to people of all ages and abilities! Lessons are taught in a friendly relaxed manner. Please contact me either on here, or on 07(concealed information) - Which subject(s) do you teach? Drum Kit, Orchestral Percussion, Piano (Grades 1-5), Music Theory, A-Level Music, GCSE Music. - Tell me about your qualifications.
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