Drums Lessons in MTS

We offer private, semi-private and group classes in rock, metal, jazz, funk, blues and many other styles.
Drum language can be complex and our instructors will challenge every drummer with a wide variety of technical exercises designed to improve your speed and comfort.
We teach kids and adults as well. We have an experience for both audiences
Our lessons could be 30, 45 or 60 minutes length, depends of your level and goals
We provide private and group lessons, and you can contact our manager to help you decide which is more convenient for you
Why to Choose Drums Lessons?
Coordination and Rhythm
Drums are especially adept at developing coordination and an acute sense of rhythm.
Also, drums are a very communal instrument. Drum circles link cultures and people together socially.
Drums and percussion instruments form the backbone of most modern musical ensembles, from rock bands to symphonies.
If someone assumes that playing the drums is simply rhythm and noise, they are certainly mistaken. The art of percussion carries an extensive number of advantages in all aspects of everyday life. An abundance of skills and techniques are to be used daily. For parents who have highly active children, it may be an excellent decision to sign them up for percussion lessons. During lessons, children can express their energy and benefit from it!
Drummers are special, they are different from other musicians. Their task is absolutely divergent, as well as their awareness of the instrument. They are required to be energetic and move rapidly. Although drummers are still musicians, they cannot be compared, for example, with flutist or other musicians, who plays melodies. There are several things, which one could only gain after becoming a drummer.

Physical Preparation
Physical preparation is one of the advantages of percussion. An abundance of muscles is involved while playing the drums. Try sitting on a chair and simultaneously moving your hands and feet, while turning from right to left. What do you feel? Tired? Percussion is not easy.
In addition to everything else, drummers have a highly developed heart muscle. If you have active children, try inviting them to sit down at the drum set and play. They’ll exercise, enjoy the game, and have fun. Percussion will help develop your child’s muscles, a sense of rhythm, and efficient time spending.
Spiritual Development
Mastering the drum set takes time, energy, and requires patience and perseverance. A significant amount of self-motivation is needed. In addition, the drummer must always focus on the rhythm. Concentrating is a crucial skill, which can be applied to many spheres of life. If you are capable of focusing on the main point’s whiteout constantly being distracted, then it’s easier to solve problems in different circumstances. When playing the drums, you are required to control the game with your hands and feet. Your brain must work twice as hard as usual. Percussion stimulates brain activity.
Musicality is another side of percussion. There are many styles of music. You can gradually develop as a drummer, learning new rhythms and time signature.
Percussion is beneficial for every age group. It will help you with remaining active, concentrated, and energetic.

What is the best age to start Drum Lessons?

For Kids
We typically do not suggest starting drum lessons before the age of seven. Students must be able to reach both the pedal and the cymbals. Younger students should come in for a trial drum lesson to see whether are old enough to get started.
For Adults
It’s never too late to learn how to play! We welcome beginners and all levels no matter what age!
What Performance Opportunities Does Talent’s School Offer?
We believe that showcase events are a great boost for our students to reveal their performing abilities to the fullest and, at the same time, the perfect opportunity to make a step towards a professional musical career. That is why Talent’s School puts a lot effort into the organization of concerts and performances of any kind.
Talent School Recitals: Holiday Recital, Spring Recital, and Summer Recital
T. S. guitar ensemble
MMTA Exam Program
State and local contests, festivals, and recitals
Jamming in the rock band or guitar ensemble
Workshops with guest musicians
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