Serving Nashua, New Hampshire Area
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Play beats and fills
Keep steady time and be a solid drummer
Play the rudiments
Incorporate rudiments into your playing style
Play a drum solo
Read and write drum notation
Play to your favorite songs by ear
Tune your drum set
Become skilled enough to play in a band
Perform for an audience with confidence
John played his first snare drum at six years old when his school music teacher brought one to music class. She let the students play the drum while she played Yankee Doodle on the piano. John played the correct rudimental pattern to that song never having had a lesson. His music teacher praised him for his natural ability. John went on to learn to read music and play professionally. His first paid gig was at 18 years old and he has been playing professionally ever since. He began instructing drum set and snare in his early 20's. John was named as one of Boston's top drummers at the 'Best Drummer in Boston' competition in 1990.
Drum clinics are available to prospective drummers or those at intermidiate skill levels at no charge. Minium group of 5 people.
Advanced clinics are available for those who want to learn how to practice and play with the ultimate goal of becoming a professional level drummer. $15 per person. Minium group of 5 people.
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PAS (Percussive Arts Society ) is a non-profit organization for professional percussionists and percussion educators. It was founded in 1961 in the United States and has over 5000 members in 40 American chapters, with another 28 chapters abroad.
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Professional player and instructor of drum set and snare drum for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. Drum set genres include rock, funk, jazz, pop, latin, reggae, fusion, heavy metal and more.