Private Drum Lessons
We provide private drum lessons once a week for elementary age through adults.
What you'll get:
1. Friendly, competent, and educated teachers who LOVE to teach
2. Drum lessons are catered to you. We personalize each lesson based on your personal goals and expectations of drum lessons.
3. Learn proper technique, grooves, rudiments, styles, reading and ear training, and sight reading
4. Play songs you love on drums. Our teachers know that students want to play songs they love. We'll add music based on students personal preferences. (hymns, pop, worship, rock, jazz, etc.)
Our private drum instructors are all versatile percussionists specializing in drum set, concert snare, and mallet percussion. Some students are looking to explore the instrument to play in their concert band, and some are looking to play in a rock band. Whatever your needs are, we will your private drum lesson needs will be met. Our drum teachers have toured nationally, played with Grammy nominated artists, performed in pit orchestras, concert bands, and many more scenarios. Your drum lesson will not only be with a teacher who knows the instrument well, but your teacher will pass on real life examples to help you grow and become a better musician.
Your First Drum Lesson
Our drum teachers will start out by getting to know you and your goals. Whether that's playing your favorite classic rock or pop tune, to performing a mallet percussion or concert band piece. From there our drum teachers will set up a clear way to achieve your goals and continue becoming a better musician. During your drum lesson a teacher will likely recommend a lesson book and sheet music for your favorite songs.
REGISTRATION IS ONGOING
Convenient after school times are still available.
The opportunity to play and experiment with music led him to try more new things and not be afraid of being creative.
"My 7th grader enjoys getting to learn about music in a hands on way that complements the theoretical approach taught in orchestra class. The opportunity to play and experiment with music led him to try more new things and not be afraid of being creative."