Each person has different ways of learning, that's why the class is designed according to each person's abilities and goals. We learn reading for drums, drum technique and we tackle different grooves and genres. Even We work to develop the creativity of the students to use, reinvent and create fills.
My teaching method is based in proper hand and stick technique. Technique means freedom. Also we will be learning traditional West African and Latin rhythms , and their function, covering tuning , timing and soloing. We will also be focusing on modern applications and rhythmic approach.
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learning about the equipment, cymbals , drums and their roles beginners will learn basic rudiments, such as how to hold sticks correctly, exercises to strengthen co-ordination and independence between both hands and both feet. move on the learning some basic types of rhythms, rock, jazz, blues, soul.
Coaching you all the way from practice room to Stage Im flexible to help to customise the class "just for the student needs" . I do play other instruments and i will be coaching you how to perform along with percussion /guitar/bass / keyboard so while you learn we can build your own confidence to play with other musicians or jam with your friends from day one.
My methodology for drum tutoring varies with age and skill level. My drum lessons would be suitable for those who are wanting to start playing the drums, all the way up to experienced drummers wanting to improve their skills or adapt to more sounds.
Learn to read drumming music, play various styles of music, such as Jazz, Latin, Dance, Blues, Rock, etc. like a pro. Soon you will be able to form your own group, provided you are serious about becoming a musician. Remember, practice makes perfect.
I studied drums and percussion, theory and practice, throughout my schooling years and have since been involved with numerous events and gigs across Australia. A credible resource that has contributed to the major development of my learning is a book known as 'Rhythm Section Drumming'. This would used as a key resource and approach towards teaching, along with many others insightful notes.
If you want to learn the basics, I will print out rudiments and we can go through them. I can demonstrate to you how to properly do them as well. I specialise in snare drum so rudiments and snare pieces can be looked at.
My lessons are a time to explore who YOU are. What are YOUR curiosities? Realising natural interests and learning-style, we approach arising practical problems while steering towards and overall goal.
Master in Musical Arts, with emphasis on popular percussion. Personal class with student and instrument. Appreciation of technical details in the blows, the body posture and the musical grammar for a better performance. Appreciation of Latin rhythms and traditional and modern musical genres.
It's all about good communication and teaching precisely what each student needs to improve. I identify those needs and focus on them, as well as ensuring areas the student wants to concentrate on are also covered. Helping with other subjects, such as tuning and lit care are also covered.
I consider myself a musician rather than just a drummer, offering a very positive and musical approach to the instrument. When teaching, I aim to pass on my knowledge and love for drumming and music, nurturing the musical side of the student.
The most important thing in the classes is to be able to teach the student how to discover the functioning of the rhythm in different genres of music. My methodology was presented in my thesis at the Dublin Institute of Technology in Dublin, Ireland and it was very well accepted. Since then, my students have been following him and learning a lot about it.
When teaching drums, I appreciate the need for individual learning methods, as no two people learn the same way. I am a very patient and practical teacher. I believe that mistakes are just a natural part of the learning process.
I excel in the construction of effective and individually tailored lesson planning involving a variety of different working assignments tailored to the individual abilities of each student focussing closely but not limited to: Rhythm Flair Playing in a band environment Coordination Rudimentary Discipline Sight Reading Tempo Dynamics Timbre I ensure that each student is fully...
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.
My teaching style is majorly giving individual attention to students. Focus on music theory as well as basic and advanced techniques. Performance oriented sessions with well designed course material. Each session being planned for 60 minutes once a week. Basic, intermediate and advanced level lesson of all major styles of music.
ared Crawford aka "Choclatt" has described his life's mission, since he was just five years old. Choclattjared is a percussion prodigy who incessantly started playing drums at the tender age of three.
Private Class: The class consists in knowing the student and needs with respect to the drum or percussion instrument that wants to learn. Knowing your tastes is fundamental when developing styles and technique.
The most important aspect of teaching music for me is making sure the student understands the concepts and bigger picture of the topics and techniques being taught and how to apply and practice them in a fun, but constructive way.
Over the years of experience I've had, I felt hearing and feeling a piece of music really allows any musicians to learn without realising. Collecting musical ideas from various genres around the world is our source of information although everybody needs a guide. My primerial focus will always be on music and feel, technique and performance.
Custom/Tailor made Concept sharing and reviewing. Classes will be for an hour minimum.
I train students percussionists, singers, dancers (timing class) and any instrumentalist with Latin American rhythms and modern music. I teach the following instruments: congas, bongos, timbales, the Chekere, the bata, maracas, guiro on the clave, the cajon.
In my experience as a individual and workshops teacher I have managed to generate a teaching-learning space that encompasses musical rhythm in all its aspects: theoretical, technical, generic and communicational. I always agree goals with each student respecting their times, needs and knowledge.
Hello! My name is Yanko (23), I am a musician from the Uahc and an active musician. The lessons will be directed for children, adolescents and adults of basic and intermediate level. Learn from scratch, improve resources or investigate more. It begins with interests close to the student, prior evaluation to level ...
I base my teaching on listening and learning and I follow the tab method for teaching drums rather than notations
Most classes are once a week for a half hour but some students prefer one hour lessons. Lessons include reading music, playing along with pre-recorded music and videos.The studio is outfitted with acoustic and electric drums along with other instruments.
Teaching from your place or my place also, wrist developing technics, study of the rudiments as a daily tool and as an indispensable resource for the rest of your life. Assorted rhythms, stretching, warming up, jamming, improvising, reading music .....
- Desarrollé a método that was based in aprender el cajón in solo 3 levels (3 libros), afterwards to leer música así como a interpretarla. - I develop a method in which you will learn to play the cajon in just 3 levels (3 books), you will learn to read music and also to the interpretative part.
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