Learning by practising and doing it hands on but especially understanding what it is being played. Flamenco could be a challenge to learn but once the basics are understood, the rest just flow. Theory and practise are always together with the joy of the learning process.
My teaching method depends 100% on what the student wants to learn and what the student already knows. Some people want to know what is really happening behind this amazing sounds and melodies created in the Handpan. Others, just want to play a simple melody. Others, just want to learn the technique of hitting the instrument correctly to be able to make it sound good.
My teaching method is of coure adjusted case by case. Tho the tenets of listening, copying, adjusting , practica are all important. I will work from the famous book named progressive steps to sincopation for the modern drummer. Which is a great foundation for reading and getting to know the drum set.
Scott's teaching methods draw from many world drumming traditions. Learning how to speak rhythms and internalize them is an eastern approach from the Arabian and Indian percussive traditions. Western traditions of drumming notation are included for modern/ contemporary music performance.
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.
I teach the fundamental tools to give you the ability to approach any musical situation with confidence. Rather than teach 1000+ patterns, I show you how to rhythmically analyse any pattern to decode and learn for yourself.
My lessons are hands on and a safe space for experimenting and learning. I keep my lessons fun and informative, moulding my lessons around the abilities and interests of my students. I encourage my students to learn to hold rhythm, jam with other musicians, develop their own style of playing.
My teaching method is in the initial lessons get the child playing to a level that they can have some fun and then begin working on the more intricate parts of drumming eg music reading, rudiments, syncopation etc. In the early stages I use words such as 'apple' to describe a rudiment with two notes 'a,' 'pple' becomes Left, Right for example.
My lessons are divided in three topics: Reading/writing music, learning different styles from jazz, rock and funk to afro-cuban rythms, and playing along drummless tracks and metronome.
My teaching method is to make learning the music interesting, Set a task for the student to achieve by the next lesson and make sure it will keep the student interested.
When I was learning instruments as a youth, scales and sheet music only took me so far before I longed to improvise beyond that or learn to play by ear or to compose something unique that simply FELT right. This is the reason I strive to embrace the direction the student wants to take the art, although I can also help with scales and notation/tablature etc if required.
Reliable teacher by trade and I teach what people want to know.
Beginner to advanced students wanted. Covering all areas of drumming, from technique, reading, playing with a band, genre studies, groove, coordination, speed and any other drumming need you want to learn. I have a recent Bachelor degree in Music performance, specialising on drum kit/percussion. I have years of drumming experience and a passion for teaching.
My teaching method is geared towards getting the best out of each individual student irrespective of their level of understanding and or experience ( from beginner to professional).
I'm an advanced drummer of 7 years with experience playing with others in studios and making original songs. My lessons are for people of all ages and experience levels. I believe a good balance between hard work and fun is key to learning anything well, so that's what my lessons will be like. Plus you will have the choice of telling me what you would like to learn specifically on the drums.
My method is based on my own experience with music. It contains feelings, technicality, music theory, various rhythms, exercises, group work and combination with different instruments and also dancers. I’ve divided my musical trainings into various levels. We are going to have graduation parties at the end of each course.
My teaching is based on approaching each student individually and tailor programs to suit both their interest and their level of playing. I do believe in learning to read rhythm notation. I also use a large amount of playalong (pedagogic) music.
Most important factor is to ensure the lessons are always fun and entertaining. I have a very adaptive approach as each student learns very differently, especially when it comes to a creative outlet .
Understanding the individual students needs is my primary focus. From there, we build up an appreciation and enjoyment for practicing music, developing necessary skills along the way. I teach by example, believing that the student must be inspired by the tutor, that way I can pass on my love and appreciation for the subject.
We will focus on coordination, music reading, side reading and basic rhythms for improve your groove a beat. Also we can work on specific songs that you might want to learn and play and we will learn a bit of music theory.
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.
To find out your musical goals and help you achieve them! I don't want to just give you sheet music and say do your home work, I want to know what YOU want to learn and then help you get there.
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.
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.
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.
My classes are based on interactiveness and a more performance oriented tradition of learning the art. Practical experience matters the most. The art form in its entirety with theory and practice is taught. Which in effect involves learning a new language.
I start of with the basics, such as stick holding, simple rock beats (for drumkit), getting familiar with the instrument and reading music. Once the student is comfortable, I progress into more complicated drumming such as different time signatures or swing patterns for drumkit, or learning pieces for mallet percussion or timpani.
My teaching method is that of beginning from the basics, Rudiments, Time Signatures and Rhythms. All three of these are what help to make you a better drummer, and allow you freedom whilst you play. I am an ambassador for learning genres of all kinds, as it is important for a drummer to be diverse in what she/he plays.
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.
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