My teaching method is based on YOU. The first two classes will take you over the basics, and over the course of those classes, I will estimate what kind of a teacher I should be for the most effective learning learning session.
I studied the Bachelor's in percussion in the Superior School of Music. I give fun classes for children and adults who want to learn to play the songs they like best or want to prepare their audition to enter a conservatory. I am very patient with beginners and young children.
Hi, I'm Joffre Videz! I studied Percussion in the National Conservatory of Music at Mexico City. In my Drums and Percussion course you will learn to play the music genre you want with a solid base, including solfeggio (reading sheet music), technique and theory. We will approach all of the rudiments and genres to achieve an impeccable technique and to be able to play the music you want.
I aim for the student's improvement through a structured trajectory or instruction, adapting myself to his or her specific needs. I give space to dialogue, understanding and creativity in my method of teaching.
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.
I like to teach in a way that people are interested in the subject and look for their own way of understanding it, I like to teach what is of most interest to the person, if it is in my knowledge and if I do not try to give a guide or idea, I do not have a fixed structure or method, I try to give different approaches to the issues
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.
I like to start easy with the basics, e.g. how to hold a mallet, how to make a full stroke, where to hit the bar. then I can get into how to read music and basic two mallet exercises. Than I can get into more advanced stuff, like playing solos, and four mallet technique.
I base my methodology on instruction that I was given from a variety of instructors from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee as well as the Conservatory of Music. The content of my lessons contain technique, music theory, snare drum instruction and reading music transcriptions,and coordination exercises.
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