Berklee College of Music (Performance)
DePaul University (Graduate Coursework)
Jeffrey L. is an internationally recognized performer, educator and writer based in Nashville,Tennessee. A 2003 graduate and scholarship recipient of the world renowned, Berklee College of Music, Jeffrey has performed with many well-known artists including Walter Beasley, and Hiromi.
As a clinician and educator, Jeffrey presents engaging workshops and masterclasses to university, high school, and middle school programs throughout the United States. Focusing on performance techniques, musicality, goal setting, and effective practice methods, Jeffrey inspires in his students the confidence needed to become great performers. Most recently, Jeffrey was invited to Vanderbilt University’s, Blair School of Music, to share insights with the jazz studies department focusing on performance as well as career building techniques.
Jeffrey has taught well over 500 students throughout the world both live and online. Specializing in jazz, rock, funk, and world styles, Jeffrey believes that all of his students should have the ability to step into any playing situation with unwavering confidence. Each lesson concentrates on technique, reading, style analysis, transcription, and live play-a-longs. Many of Jeffrey’s students have gone on to major music conservatories and successful careers in music.
Please contact Jeffrey to learn more about drum and music theory lessons. All - Ages 7 - adult and all skill levels. Jeffrey L. is an internationally recognized performer, educator and writer based in Nashville,Tennessee. A 2003 graduate and scholarship recipient of the world renowned, Berklee College of Music, Jeffrey has performed with many well-known artists including Walter Beasley, and Hiromi.
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