Drum lessons in Nottingham with internationally recognised drummer and educator, Jim Farey now available for you!
Jim teaches from his bespoke Nottingham studio using high quality acoustic instruments and a wide variety of teaching resources, including books, DVDs, MP3 play-alongs, multimedia recording and playback, and tools for technique development. If you've ever wanted to learn to play the drums or develop your skills as a percussionist this is the perfect opportunity for you. Jim is co-author of globally published Drumset for Beginners (Alfred Publishing) and has taught in several countries across Europe and North America. Jim has taught students of all levels including new comers and those studying for music degrees.
Whether you are curious and just want to give drumming a try, or you are a serious professional looking to develop a certain aspect of your craft such as chops, reading, hand or foot technique, stylistic awareness and versatility, coordination, or even teaching then Jim can help you. There will never be a better time than today to do the things you want to do, so arrange to meet Jim in his relaxed teaching environment today. Read reviews of Jim's work on Google+ by clicking here.
"The journey of a thousand miles begins beneath one's feet." - Lao Tzu, 604-531 BCE
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If you want to learn to play drum kit in Nottingham so that you can jam with your favourite songs and play in a band with your friends then an informal approach may suit you, however if you wish to take drum lessons to develop certain musical skills or to gain certain qualifications for college or university then Jim teaches graded syllabi and can tailor courses to deal with certain technical issues. Below is a non-exhaustive list of topics which may be discussed in lessons:
- Playing good sounding "time" in various styles from pop and metal to jazz and Latin.
- Techniques for hands and feet for dynamic and speed control including Moeller, Gladstone, heel up, heel down.
- Techniques for coordination to help overcome any mechanical issues which arise.
- Reading and writing of both literal musical notes and interpretation of industry standard "charts".
- Setting up and tuning drums for different styles and effects to help you get the job done.
- Working with metronomes (click tracks) and setting up professional, industry standard equipment.
- Setting up drum kits and other percussion instruments to get the best sound for the least effort without damaging one's own body.
- Graded exams from Trinity Guildhall and Rockschool boards, plus others by request. Grades 1-8 and beyond.
- How to get ahead in the local music scene with advice on finding other musicians to booking gigs.
If you would like more information and you want to organise a no-obligation visit to Jim's studio, please call 07904 584443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can book a lesson online by clicking here now. See what other people have said about Jim on Google places
A word from Jim:
"I'm absolutely passionate about playing drums and percussion and I equally love teaching and performing. I am 100 % committed to my own and my students' development and expect nothing less than 100 % dedication to their own development in return. Over the 13 years since I gave my first lesson I have offered people limitless patience, support and the best advice I can give. If you're looking for a committed drum teacher in Nottingham and want to get on the right path then let me help you realise your dream. Drum on!"
Jim is a member of the Vic Firth PDT (Private Drum Teacher) programme, Hudson Music's TIP (Teacher integration Program) - where he was featured as teacher of the month in 2010, The Musicians Union - which provides public liability insurance, and has both ACPO (Association of Chief of Police Officers) and extended CRB check certificates.
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