Drum Lessons Frankston
The Drum is a member of the percussion group of music instruments, technically classified as the membranous. Drums consist of at least one membrane, called a drumhead or drum skin, that is stretched over a shell and struck, either directly with the player hands, or with a drumstick, to produce sound. Other techniques have been used to cause drums to make sound, such as the Thumb roll. Drums are the world oldest and most ubiquitous musical instruments, and the basic design has remained virtually unchanged for thousands of years. Most drums are considered untuned instruments however many modern musicians are beginning to tune drums to songs; Terry Bozzio has constructed a kit using diatonic and chromatically tuned drums. A few types of drums such as timpani are always tuned to a certain pitch. Often, several drums are arranged together to create a drum kit.
Drum Lessons are available
Monday - Thursdsay 4:00pm - 9:00pm
All lessons are $32 for half an hour.
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See Below for a list of Teachers.
Matt — Drums / Guitar; Matt has come from an extensive musical background — completing a Bachelor Degree in Music, majoring in Drums, as well as Guitar being his second instrument. Skills Matt focused on include; Performance, Aural Training and Teaching, as well as studies of other musical cultures including South-Indian Rhythm and Georgian Choir. Matt can teach an array of different musical styles, from rock to metal, pop, funk, Latin, and more. Matt has also had several years of performance experience, and currently plays Drums for the Melbourne-based instrumental fusion/rock trio Landmarks.
Jacob Hey! My name is Jacob and I teach drums / guitar at Guitar Village. It is my goal as a teacher to help my students become independent learners and find their own musical voice. On the drums, we will learn the foundations of contemporary drumming, technique, sight reading, improvisation and how that all relates to your favourite songs! On the guitar, we will learn the basic chords, techniques, and scales that go into creating our own songs, as well as how your favourite artists have used them. I play for a number of bands around Melbourne that vary in style, and have a bachelor of Music (Jazz & Improvisation) from the University of Melbourne. Whatever musical direction my students want to take, I will be able to help!