Click on the profile of the drum teacher you are interested in, and find more details about music styles, location and prices. The best way to learn more about the teacher's teaching style is to get in touch directly with the drum teacher of your choice and book a trial drum lesson
Just listening to music doesn't cut it. It's the active work of bringing sounds to life that delivers the biggest benefit. So unpack and dust off that old instrument or take a deep breath and clear your throat, and start taking private Drum Lessons again!
Vivaldi Music Lessons is a platform for private music teachers. Most teachers give their lessons at their private home or studio in or near by Laak.
Some drum lessons can come to your home near Laak. Please discuss this with the drum teacher of your choice.
All our teachers are all-round musicians and most of them are also specialised in a particular genre or music style. We offer classical, baroque, jazz, pop, funk, Spanish, metal, klezmer, blues, maqam, songwriter, world music styles and more!
We offer inspiring and instructive one-on-one Drum Lessons for beginners, intermediate and advanced students. With passion for music and beauty, the right motivation, dedication and regular practise, anyone can learn to sing or play an instrument.
Like most music instruments, Drums can be a difficult to learn. Why not start from an early age? That's what a lot of parents are thinking when they sign their child up to music lessons with a private drum teacher. Find here a drum teachers near Laak that offer music lessons to children as young as 6 or 7.
A lot of people think that it's impossible to reach a good level, when you start taking drum lesson once you're an adult. From our own experience, as music instructors, we can say this is not true! One is never too old to start learning anything one really desires!
It may be a challenge finding the time to practise frequently and to schedule the lessons, but our private drum teachers offer flexibility with the Lesson Packs and can work around a busy timetable, in order to teach you at times that work for you.
Yes, you do. Your teacher receives your payment without Vivaldi Music Lessons taking a percentage of the lesson prices.
Depending on busy schedules and the distance to your location, your drum teacher may charge you for travelling to your home.
The lesson prices are regular prices, based upon Kunstenbond advice. We are professional music teachers who offer drum lessons via Vivaldi Music Lessons platform. We are aware that sustainable collaboration means a fair price for a lesson pack of 5 or 10 fantastic one-on-one drum lessons. Good for you, good for us!
The price of the lesson packs depends on the duration of the lessons. We offer 30, 45 and 60 minute drum lessons. They come in a pack of 5 lessons or in a pack of 10 lessons. In general the lessons are one-on-one lessons. On your drum teacher's profile you'll find more details about the prices of the lesson packs.
In general this is the case. But some teachers prefer to offer Lesson Packs with 8 lessons. In order to get the proper information about the lesson prices, best to always have a look at the Rates on the profile of your drum teacher.
When you take private drum lessons, you'll receive your teacher's undivided attention. You'll be able to progress at a pace that is just right for your needs. Your drum teacher will be able to hear the nuances in your singing or playing and can take the time to adjust small things, like your posture, intonation, articulation, volume or phrasing, that can make a big difference.
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It has been shown that children do better at school if they do or have done music. The earlier children start learning and playing music, the more receptive to a wider range of learning styles they become. They learn to concentrate and develop a more independent and creative way of learning. For young kids we offer Early Childhood Music Lessons. Music appreciation classes to children too young to start singing or who are getting interested in instrumental classes but would like an introduction into music. (4-8 years)
"We found that early-trained musicians had greater connectivity in the posterior midbody/isthmus of the corpus callosum and that fractional anisotropy in this region was related to age of onset of training and sensorimotor synchronization performance. We propose that training before the age of 7 years results in changes in white-matter connectivity that may serve as a scaffold upon which ongoing experience can build"
Source ; Christopher J. Steele, Jennifer A. Bailey, Robert J. Zatorre, and Virginia B. Penhune
(Department of Psychology, Concordia University, Montr eal, Qu ebec, Canada H4B 1R6, 2Department of Neurology, Max Planck Institute for Human, Cognitive and Brain Sciences, 04103 Leipzig, Germany, and Montreal Neurological Hospital and Institute, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Your next step is to get in touch with an inspiring professional drum teacher and book a taster lesson. The trial drum lesson allows you to find out more about the particular music style you wish to explore, the precise lesson location, prices of the Lesson Packs of the drum lessons, the teaching style and if home drum lessons in the area of Laak or online classes are available for you.
The price of the trial lesson is 25 euro. The trial lesson lasts 30 minutes and if you book your first lesson pack, (5 or 10 lessons) you'll receive EU 25,- of the trial lesson in return!
Drums are found in nearly every culture in the world and have existed since before 6000 B.C. They've had ceremonial, sacred, and symbolic associations. Percussion instruments have strong ceremonial, sacred, or symbolic associations almost everywhere. Certain drums symbolise and protect tribal royalty in much of Africa. They were also used to transmit messages over long distances.
Historians believe that human beings used to beat on objects and bodies or stomped on the ground to produce musical sounds. Producing sound was useful for both communications and as an accompaniment for dancing. It moved people's minds and hearts during events and religious ceremonies. The ancient desire for rhythm developed over time to the modern drum kits we have today. Below is a timeline of how drums have developed and evolved over the years.
The first drums made from natural objects such as alligator skin appeared during 5500 BC. They first came about in Neolithic cultures originating from China but later spread to all of Asia. This period also saw the creation of Bronze Dong Son Drums in Vietnam during 3000 BC. Sri Lanka and African people later discovered drums between 1000 and 500 BC, which they used to communicate. The culture of drums would then spread to Rome and Greece between 200 and 150 BC. Drumming spread to Europe during 1200 AD via Mediterranean trading routes. African drums later arrived in America through the slave trade in 1500 AD.
Cymbals originated from ancient China or Turkey in 1100 BC. They were also common in Egypt, Israel, and the Middle East during the same period. Cymbals typically consist of metal and produce a tinkling, dinging, or brushing sound. In modern bands, the cymbals often establish the time signature. This instrument has since undergone various improvements to what we have today.
They also played a major role in medieval and Renaissance Europe. The snare drum and its relatives were used in the infantry to send coded instructions to the soldiers.