I will base my classes in what is most important for the student to be successful. Whatever they need to move along the most efficient. I will move at a pace that is good for them and their learning method.
I have a doctorate degree in Medicine and enjoy teaching. I am a professional musician as well, and went through college on music scholarship. I enjoy teaching math and science with an emphasis on Algebra. I teach music as well with an emphasis on drums.
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.
I am currently a student at Berklee College of Music working towards a BA in music production and performance. I can help develop the technique of my students while building repertoire in a fun relaxed environment. I fine-tune my lesson plans to accommodate the interests and skill level of my students.
I base my lessons on personal growth and FUN! While it does take the basics to learn and grow, I believe music should ultimately be fun. So while exercises will be a part of the lessons we will also take time to learn songs you want to learn so I can help break down songs so you learn thing you want to learn.
BA in Liberal Arts from Trinity International University, Deerfield, Il. Cumulative Grade point average for the major: 3.9. Completed 15 of 30 graduate credits in Liberal Arts from Biblical Life College and Seminary, Dixon, MO. Cumulative graduate grade point average: 3.36.
Started to play drums at the age of 9. studied music ever since always trying to improve. highschool major 2 years program at Drummer Collective NYC 3 months in Gambia Africa, learning truditional African Music. Playin with the Grammy nominee band J.views. Served as a drummer in the IDF I usually start my lessons with 20 of rudiments, then move to play grooves and learn how to read rhythms.
my name is john dussault im a young 66 and have given drum lessons for quite a while. my music education began around age 13, i took drum lessons at local music store for at least 3 years and studied theory and keyboards and played in rock bands as well as orchestras.
When it comes to music, I strongly believe that the student should love the music that is listening, practicing and performing. This way, they can focus and learn the music by heart and not just memory. Music is another language, another way to express words and thoughts, thus the musician should be able to relate, understand and communicate through music.
As a singing teacher - my methods steam largely from what was taught in the SLS organization and IVA, because that is where i learned. Rather than trying to explain things as they should be done, we use excercises to put things into practice immediately and THEN explain what is happening in your body. You do it first - and then put it to words yourself.
I will take any questions you may have or concerns about pieces of music that may be obstructing you from progressing farther as a musician. I will also meet the need of anyone who may not understand a piece of music and or exercise to it their current abilities.
I approach each class with a hands on and immersive experience. Each class will teach rudiments and articulate fundamentals in musical theory, music reading, rhythm exercises and rudimentary practices. Each class consists of rhythm reading and note reading. Each class will be challenging, but tailored to your progressing needs.
I provide lessons for students of all ages and all skill levels. I like to approach my first lessons as if the student never seen the instrument. As we progress, I learn the strengths and weaknesses and build from there.
From touring across the U.S., to recording and teaching drums regularly, Marty Higman is on an endless quest to learn about the art of drumming. He invites you on the journey to learn about the theory, technique, mechanics and precision that makes a professional drummer.
B. Mus. ED, cum laude,Temple University; M.M. Percussion Performance degree, summa cum laude, Bowling Green State University; One-year Graduate study at New England Conservatory of Music Experience performing and teaching drums and percussion in all styles (orchestral, jazz, rock, latin, etc.) Regular student practice routine and instruments are a MUST.
The main goal is to achieve real world results, for a beginner it is very important to get a very solid foundation and build up from there, for an advanced drummer the idea is to find the weak points and strengthen those while expanding your independence drumming, dynamics & musicality (which is part of a broader method i developed based on legendary drum educators Gary Chester,Ted Reed & Jim...
While there are several drumming method books that I recommend, every student is different, so I typically tailor lessons to the needs/wants of each student. Regardless of direction, we'll work on developing and maintaining good hand technique, meter, groove, and above all, musicianship. Some teachers are stern taskmasters... That's not my personality.
My basic methodology is to teach music through performance. There will always be scales and exercises to work on, but making good use of etudes and musical excerpts makes it more fun. There are numerous method books for the various percussion instruments that are laid out very well and keep it interesting.
Hi i'm Terrell Hines a senior at the Berklee College Of Music. I have over 17 years of experience with drum set and percussion. Usually every lesson is about 30 to 45 mins which is more than enough time for one session. the lessons usually start off with basic concepts of the drums to understand the drums so when we start playing you can play with certain tones you like.
I teach from several method books with strong fundamentals, theory, reading and rudiments tailored to the desire of the student.
I am also a physical scientist and take a very methodical approach to music. I break the process down into simple bits and pieces and then put them together again in a way that is easy to understand.
My teaching method is based on proper technique, control, musicality, reading, performance, soloing and showmanship. My lessons are given from the beginner to advanced level and include all styles of music and preparation for a successful career in music.
I base my lessons off of each individual student. I like to have fun while we learn and make jokes while doing. I think it’s easier to remember things and progress when you’re having fun.
I go over basics then graduate them to more and more complex drum fills, always pushing just past their comfort zone pushing to the next level without discouraging the student.
Can tailor each lesson specifically to your needs. Everyone learns drums differently because some people are auditory learns while others are visual learners. Making sure I use whatever best suits you is my goal.
Bachelor of Music Degree with Major in Performance at Berklee College of Music. Focus on Guitar. For the last 18 years, I've played guitar in all styles within popular music and have experience teaching them, as well as 1 year now also teaching classical guitar.
My name is Carlos A. Boyce Jr.,from Panama City Panama , I have be en playing drums for 40 years of my life with a Latin twist that utilizes mathematical timings while implementing Scalic tuning method with authentic tonal colors.
Music is a beautiful combination of the two hemispheres of the brain (I know this isn't real science but take it for metaphor's sake). There is math and perfection of rhythms and harmonies within music, but these patterns mean very little without the creativity of the mind inspiring it to move in certain ways.
My goal as a teacher is to share the skills necessary to allow you to teach yourself for a lifetime.
Bachelor of Science in Music Education from William Paterson University, NJ. Masters of Art in Music Performance from Montclair State University, NJ. Numerous published music compositions with Rowloff Productions, Nashville, TN.
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