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 graduated from Greencastle-Antrim School District in 2013 and am currently a junior at Shepherd University where I am a music education major, k-adult with an emphasis in percussion. I am a well-rounded percussionist but much of my emphasis is in marimba performance. During my time at Shepherd I have had the pleasure of working with amazing percussion instructors, such as Dr.
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.
If the student is new to percussion, they will be learning the basics. If they have prior experience, we will take that experience and experience and expand on it. I feel that each student is different so different techniques will be used for each student.
My teaching method encompasses a wholesome curriculum. More so based around what the student would like to learn and how we can set the foundation to learn what they want. Lessons include unique scales, arpeggiations, structural harmony, basic music theory and so much more. Games, workbooks, songbooks are all used to get the most out of the lesson for the student.
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.
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.
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 give lessons to a variety of ages and ability levels. I use well-known technique books to find exercises and pieces specific to skills the student is working on at that time. I do my best to challenge each individual in a friendly setting.
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.
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.
My teaching method is getting to understand you as a person, then applying music to what hopefully translates to something you are familiar and comfortable with!
Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Tampa with an emphasis in percussion. Was involved in Marching Band, Percussion Ensemble, Jazz Band, Show Chorus, Madrigal Singers and Concert Band. My student teaching experience was in elementary music and junior high band.
I believe that learning music should be as fun and inspiring as it can be to play. We all have a vast wellspring of creative energy within us, and the goal of the relationship between the student and the teacher is to help nurture and develop that latent talent. For this reason, my approach to teaching music is highly individualized.
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.
The first lesson will be used to find what material will work best to teach you in the fastest and best way possible. Anywhere from beginner exercises to advanced repertoire. Most lessons will be focused on refining a certain skill with a high level of detail and technical knowledge, including hand positions, mechanical levers, stroke types, etc.
I have been playing drums for twelve years now. I started in fifth grade learning good ole classic 80's rock and roll, became the captain of my drum line in high school (played quads), and started two bands (one of them being published on Spotify) in Austin, Texas.
Specialist's Certificate in Drum Performance from Berklee College of Music, Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Studied privately with John Riley, Shawn Pelton, Steve Wolf, Roger Humphries, and Carter McClean. Seven years of full-time professional experience in performance, studio, and touring. Over five years experience in one-on-one education.
Maurice is respected internationally for his outstanding contributions to contemporary music, he has been entrusted by many labels and artists as a remix specialist, knowing that he can re-imagine classic music into a more contemporary interpretation while retaining full respect for the artistic vision of the originator.
I emphasize connection to music through the body. Especially with drumming, a physical manifestation of the pulses lives within the musician. Thinking compositionally as you play is a component to this as well, further connecting the body to the mind. While working on drumming, we will also explore composition and compose practice pieces together.
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