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Featured Drum Teachers Near Anaheim, CA

Here are just a few of the many teachers offering Drum lessons in Anaheim . Whether you are looking for beginner guitar lessons for your kids, or are an adult wanting to improve your skills, the instructors in our network are ready to help you now!

Francis C offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Francis C

Instruments: Guitar Drums

I have been a very active performing drummer for the past 20 years. I recorded three albums that were released worldwide with my band Scelerata. I did five Brazilian tours (50+ shows) as Paul DiAnno’s (former Iron Maiden’s lead singer) official drummer, from 2009 to 2014. In the summer of 2017, I recorded Rage In My Eyes’ first album in Los Angeles. In March 2018, I performed with America’s Got Talent winner Bianca Ryan. Read More

Robert A offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Robert A

Instruments: Piano Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Orchestral Percussion Conga Latin Percussion Electric Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I have been teaching privately since 2006. I specialize in jazz drum set, but I can teach all sorts of styles of music as well. In addition to drum set, I teach rudimental, marching and classical snare drum, classical percussion (mallets, timpani), afro-cuban percussion (congas, bongos, timbales), sight reading, music theory, and beginning piano. I also have experience teaching high school drumlines, as well as jazz and rock bands for middle school and high school students. Read More

Adrian A offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Adrian A

Instruments: Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

Finally, I go more into what it is they're hoping to get out of their playing and help them go further in discovering that direction Drums - Similar to guitar, work on form and how to hold the sticks first. It's important to get them comfortable with playing loud and clear, sometimes the drums are a bit intimidating with their massive volume. (Unless you're on an e-kit). Next, as with any good drummer is establishing a comfortable sense of rhythm and time. Read More

Jorge G offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Jorge G

Instruments: Piano Guitar Voice Violin Trumpet Trombone Saxophone Flute Drums Bass Guitar Synthesizer Accordion Ukulele Conga Latin Percussion Keyboard Electric Guitar Djembe Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

I Try to get away from mechanism without joy. Everything has to be close to the music. Exercises to be actually doing them with a rhythm and time. Other than doing things musically, practicing in different times and intentions help a lot for the student to be open to play songs in different ways. Technique and theory are necessary tools. To apply concepts musically they need to do it with musical taste. Read More

Rafael M offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Rafael M

Instruments: Drums Bass Guitar

My love for music started when I was 13 and I started playing drums. I soon got in a band and was enlisted by default as the bass player. I fell in love with the instrument and dedicated my life to becoming a professional musician. When I was 18 I moved to Boston to pursue a degree at Berklee College of Music where I graduated in 2017. Throughout the years I have had extensive performing and recording experience, having toured all over the US and Italy and recorded a few albums along the way. Read More

Ricky E offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Ricky E

Instruments: Guitar Drums Bass Guitar Ukulele Electric Guitar Classical Guitar Acoustic Guitar

The student and I will begin to develop a relationship right away. Trust and communication are key. We'll see where the student stands in his or her current playing. They will usually play for a minute or so and talk out loud about their feelings on their playing. This will include thoughts like where he or she starts to get bored, gets stuck, wants to explore more, has trouble, etc. Read More

Carlos F offers Drum lessons in   Anaheim, CA

Carlos F

Instruments: Piano Drums Latin Percussion

For beginning drums students, I typically star with a simple beat that the student feels good about. From then, we start learning important concepts as dynamics, tempo, intensity, groove,... Once the student has a grasp of the fundamentals, we can take a look into learning specific songs that he/she likes, reading, new styles/approcahes, preparation for a recording, composition,... Always keeping the lessons motiviating and fun, no matter the level. Read More

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Taiki M

Instruments: Drums

When will I start to see results?
It definitely depends on what a student is aiming for. If he/she is seeking to learn a song, you can obviously see a result when they are able to play. In my experience, from any level of student, they will be able to learn a song that they desire within 2 weeks or a month. If he/she is seeking to be able to play improvise, I would say it will take 2,3 years to improvise on music. If he/she is seeking to learn every 26 American rudiment, it will take 1,2 years to learn every one of them. Hope I answered this question, but in a nutshell, it really depends on what a student wants to learn.

Why did you choose your primary instrument?
I started learning piano when I was 6 years old, and I quit when I was 12, because it wasn't fun. Then I switched to Guitar and Bass when was 13 because I was a huge Rock kid, I wanted to play a Rock music in a band, so I started to learn those. After 2 years of playing Guitar and Bass, I was asked to join a band that a friend of mine was trying to start, and I was asked to play Drums in that band. I immediately said YES, as I wanted to try something new. The first time I touch drums for band rehearsal, that was the moment of changing my life. I felt like I have finally found something I truly love. From then I started to focus on professional career as a Drummer.

What do you think is the hardest thing to master on your instrument?
Aside from techniques, I think, to be able to express emotions with drum is one of the hardest things to master on drum set. You ave to be a good time keeper, you have to be a good listener, and also you have to be a good leader sometimes. Depends on the context of music that you're playing in a band, you have to understand a right moment to go in the front, and also back off. Drum is considered as a fundamental instrument that doesn't stand out in a band, I disagree with that. Drum has to be a huge part of a band, and Drums can totally be in the front with an appropriate context. To be able to understand this concept is one of the hardest things to learn.

If you have a Music Degree, what is it in (Performance, Education, Musicology, Theory, Composition, etc) and why did you choose that degree?
I have a Degree called Professional Music, which you can build up your own major by taking some parts of classes from different majors. I was focusing, on Performance, Music Business, and Music Production and Engineering. I focused on Performance for the most, as I simply love performing, and I am always eager to be a better performer. The reason why I took Music Business as focus, is because now a days you have to be smart to sell your self without hiring a lawyer or a manager. And to know what you have to do when you want sell your music would definitely make you a better musician. The reason why I focused on Music Engineering, is because nowadays, to be able to produce your self is a mandatory skill to have if you're a musician, and learning how to be a self producer from one of the best music college is a huge plus for me. There are why i focused on those 3 i mentioned above.

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