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Drum Lessons Lancaster, CA

Drum Lessons in
Lancaster, CA

Musika has been offering Lancaster Drum Lessons since 2001. Our drum teachers create customized lesson plans for each student, and help you bring music alive one note at a time!

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Featured Lancaster Drum Teachers

Cliff D

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I am a guitar instructor based in Los Angeles. I have more musical instruments than furniture in my house. I regularly perform in a number of ensembles in the area. I'm involved with a local gamelan ensemble (Indonesian percussion music), the Elizabeth Waldo Orchestra, and the Music Center of Los Angeles as an artist educator.

Nicholas M

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Nick M. grew up in a family of Drumset players, receiving his first Snare Drum at age 2. He began taking formal lessons by age 10 and still continues his education today. In 2001 he started providing his own private instruction at various music schools and stores around the country, ranging in all skill levels and ages. Nick is also a Professional Touring and Studio Musician, with countless recording credits and live performances around the glob. He has been seen performing on Cartoon Network, Showtime, FOX, ABC, as well as appeared in numerous music videos, orchestrated Drum Clinics, hosted an international music TV show, and is regularly featured in Drumming Magazines.

Marc M

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I am a pssionate and motivated cello and drum instructor who has a great desire to share my love of music. I grew up in Riverside county then moved to Northridge when I was 18 to pursue a degree in music at Cal State Northridge.  I have been studying music here for the past 4 years with an emphasis on cello performance.  I have been working as a recording artist for films and bands for the past few years in the LA area.  I have also been working as a musical performer.  I have played at many venues including the House of Blues,  The Roxy,  The Whiskey a Go Go, etc.  

Andreas B

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Hello whoever you are, I am Andreas. I come from Sweden and live in San Fernando Valley, CA (Los Angeles). I started playing the drums at the age of 5 and played in bars when I was in my young teens. At the age of 16, I won first place the annual Swedish Championships in Drums. Quite an interesting concept, no? Next year, I won it all again. All through my mid-teens, I attended a very unique Swedish music conservatory, maybe one of the very finest in our country, called "Music Factory". This school has now grown to be the birthplace of many great young Swedish musicians, included myself. Already working on pro-gigs in Sweden, I made a different choice than most of my friends. Instead I decided to move, by myself, from Sweden to Los Angeles and become a professional drummer.  When I moved to LA, I was in dire need to get a gig. Let me tell you. It wasn't easy, but I did end up landing a gig with Lady Gaga, one summer in 2009. Since, I have played for multiple different artists, on multiple major record labels. I have also worked with some of the world's leading producers, the men behind songs you hear every day on the radio, as a studio drummer and/or bass player. Artists ranging from Aly & AJ on Disney Channel to spaced-out mixed symphonic electronica with Paul Oakenfold, the English DJ legend.  Though my time so far in LA, I have had the chance to aquaint myself with many other backing band musicians, for other artists or shows, from lead-guitarist Rafael Moreira (NBC The Voice, Pink, Christina Aguilera) and the guys gigging with Chris Cornell, to the younger rhythm section for Macy Gray.

Robert A

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I began playing drums at the age of 12 when I joined my middle school marching band. By the time I was in high school, my passion for music making and involvment with various performing groups had completely consumed me. I decided to further my musical endeavors by studying jazz performance at two different music schools. I have obtained a bachelors degree from Florida State University (2012) and a masters degree for the California Institute of the Arts (2014). I have been playing professionally since 2008 in the northwest Florida and Los Angeles areas.
 
 

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More Information About Drum Lessons

Purchasing a drum kit can be a significant investment. Drum kits will start at around $500 and will usually include, a high hat, crash, ride cymbal, and a pair fo drum sticks. Our teachers can also teach drum lessons on snare drum. bongos, conga, or djembe. Most students will also be required to purchase a drum practice pad for practicing their beats on the go.
In home drum lessons are a convenient option for improving your musical skills. In home lessons are virtually the same in every aspect as lessons taught in a studio. Lessons are taught once a week and significant progress can be made in a short time. Our teachers will suggest that students practice every day for the best results.
Lessons focus on learning the technique of the instrument and learning to read music. Focus is placed on learning the appropriate rhythms, patterns, and technique for holding the drum sticks. Beat patterns will be emphasized, as will exposing the student to various types of drumming styles.
Adult drum lessons are a great way to learn a new skill, or perfect your drumming. Our adult students notice significant progress in a very short time, and have fun in the process! The lessons are structured to work with your skill level and musical goals in mind.
Our recommended starting age for drums is around 8 for students wishing to play a drum kit. For the snare drum, the youngest recommended age is 5 or 6, as playing can prove tiresome on younger hands. The drum is an instrument that is great for all a ges and skill levels, whether it's a complete beginner at age 5 or an experienced musician who wishes to study rhythm firsthand.

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