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Bulent G

Bulent G

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I started teaching voice and drums in the mid-1990s, and piano in 2009. In addition to my private studio, I taught voice at The Boston Conservatory. I enjoy teaching, and view it as making music together in a learning environment. Lessons are both disciplined and fun. 

Patrick G

Patrick G

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Hello, my name is Patrick. I am a professional drummer, percussionist and educator in the Boston Metro area. I received a B.A. in History from Loyola University in New Orleans (class of '08). While in New Orleans I studied under the Louisiana Philharmonic's premier timpanist, Jim Atwood. I also studied with New Orleans drumming legends Johnny Vidacovich, Wayne Moreau, and Stanton Moore. Here in Boston I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music. I have had the honor of studying under Terri Lyne Carrington (Herbie Hancock), Joe Hunt (Bill Evans), Yoron Israel (Sonny Rollins), Bob Gullotti (Dave Liebman), Kim Plainfield (Bill Connors), and Mark Walker (Paquito d'Rivera). I have performed and helped teach in clinics with Steve Bailey and John Patitucci, Carol Robbins, Vadim Neselovsky, Joanne Brackeen, Dave Limina, Ross Ramsay, Francesca Tanksley, Mark White and Alain Mallet.

Eric L

Eric L

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 In 2001 I was 14 growing up in Southern Wisconsin and developed a want to play guitar.  I saw one for sale in a holiday catalog and asked my parents if I could get it.  Luckily they said yes! I began lessons, and regular practice from there on. This new interest in music stoked a fire in my dads soul to begin playing drums again.  He'd played regularly in a band til he was 18.  After picking up an old drum set that was sitting by a curb waiting for trash, we began a regular music jam.  What an anomaly to have a father and son bonding over music!  We still gratefully play together regularly when I visit. I went to College at Madison Media Institute in Madison, WI and graduated with an Associates degree in Audio Engineering.  I moved to Austin in 2009 after hearing much about it's thriving music scene.  I play in a group regularly in Austin named The Gallows Drifters.

Evan B

Evan B

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As a junior in high school I was given the oppportunity to provide inexpensive lessons to elementary students in the same town/program. It was just as much of a learning experience for us, the mentors, as it was for the students. A year later, I established, organized, and taught my own improvisation course in the form of a jazz combo of my peers that was counted as an independent study. It was an absolute blast working with my peers, having the opporunity to test out each other's compositions and ideas. I have always loved teaching and so a vast amount of my teaching has been in the form of informal lessons to my friends because I beleive that anyone can learn to enjoy playing music at any level. In between my two performance degrees, I took classes at UMass Lowell in education and was blown away by how innovative and helpful the program proved to be. Lastly, I have been teaching guitar and piano lessons to children 6-15 off and on, for about five years now.

David R

David R

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I realize that every student learns at their own pace. I have a relaxed, patient style to fit any students' needs. I encourage daily practice, yet I understand that this may not always be possible. I never force a student to learn what they don't like and always ask what they would like to get out of learning the drums. I know how to get results and with a little faith, I will help the student achieve their goals. Whether it is learning one of their favorite songs or challenging them with a snare drum solo, I know how to get them there!

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