Frequently Asked Questions
- What age can students start drum set study?
Answer: Motivated, serious students and professionals 14 years and older are accepted
for study. Younger are decided on a case by case basis.
- Is it necessary to learn to "read" music?
Answer: Music illiteracy slows progress. Reading music allows access to music of past and present. Music notation is the most efficient method for teaching and learning.
- I took drum lessons at a younger age. Is it too late to start again, now?
Answer: It is not ever too late to add music to your life! Music lessons from childhood contribute to your learning as an adult.
- Do I need to own a drum set to start taking music lessons?
Answer: No, and yet daily access to a a drum set or use of snare drum practice pad is necessary.
- Is an electric drum set OK to use for drum lessons?
Answer: Yes. Many electric drum sets today are excellent for this music lessons.
- What should I look for when choosing an electric drum set?
Answer: It is highly recommended the drum set have the ability to use a real bass drum and hi-hat pedals.
- How often are lessons scheduled?
Answer: Once per week is the perfect schedule for quick progress and continuity of learning. Allowing sufficient time between lessons to practice material and introduce new concepts at a brisk pace.
Whether you're an aspiring beginner, hobbyist, weekend musician, college or university music student, semi professional or professional musician - ALL are welcome!
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