Are you frustrated with your drumming or don’t even know where to begin? Have you been trying to teach yourself to play and it’s just not working out?
There’s a lot of stuff out there to learn from, but the information overload can leave you overwhelmed and confused about what to do to move forward. There is no “one size fits all” program out there that works for everyone. You need personal guidance and coaching.
Working on the right things in specific ways is the key to making progress. Imagine easily being able to play the drums to songs you love, or performing an amazing drum solo. You can make it happen with the proper strategy. That’s the key to becoming a great drummer.
My name is Stefano and I love to help drummers perfect the art of hitting things. Our lessons together will give you the tools and motivation you need to play the drums the way you’ve always wanted. Together we will work to overcome your frustrations and pinpoint exactly what you need to make maximum improvement in the shortest time possible. I won’t just show you what to do, but I will guide you step by step through the process you need to become the drummer you want to be.
* Learn the music you want, play your favorite songs.
* Sessions can be recorded so that you can hear and track your progress.
* Apply what you learn with scheduled group drum-jams.
* Beginners to advanced students of all ages welcome.
* Sessions in a fully equipped studio.
* Parents are welcome to sit in. Are you frustrated with your drumming or don’t even know where to begin? Have you been trying to teach yourself to play and it’s just not working out?
There’s a lot of stuff out there to learn from, but the information overload can leave you overwhelmed and confused about what to do to move forward. There is no “one size fits all”
Kind, patient and my son is learning to play a song. That’s amazing. Loves getting ready and practicing. Wants to impress Stefano - speaks volumes to me.
Stefano is an amazing drum teacher. He teaches in such a manner that is not threatening or condescending, yet uplifting and positive. He is patient, yet understands that the student wants to just hammer away and make lots of noise so he mixes the basics with permission to let loose.
He is also very individualistic in his teaching, meaning he really focuses on what you are asking and where you need help. For instance, I sometimes learn best by watching, so if I ask him to show me something he readily does. Or, if I am thinking way ahead, such as how I may use a flam in a song, he doesn't get impatient and say, "we'll get to that," but instead, answers the question and talks about how it will be worked into our lessons.
I highly recommend Stefano to anyone who wants to learn drums the right way.
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