Beethoven at Home's percussions teachers provide percussions lessons in Tache Manitoba Canada

Are you looking for percussions teachers near you in Tache, Canada? Look no further than Beethoven at Home, your premier destination for percussions lessons in Tache. Our team of certified Tache percussions teachers is dedicated to providing personalized and engaging percussions instruction to students of all ages and skill levels. Whether you're a beginner looking to explore the world of music or an advanced player seeking to hone your skills, our percussions teachers in Tache are here to guide you every step of the way.

Imagine the convenience of having a professional percussions teacher come to your home in Tache. Our in-home percussions lessons are designed to provide a comfortable and personalized learning experience. No more battling traffic or rushing to a studio; our Tache percussions teachers can bring the joy of music right to your doorstep. For those who prefer a traditional studio setting, many of our Tache based percussions teachers maintain well-equipped studios throughout the city offering percussions lessons near you in Tache. If you prefer the flexibility of online learning, our Tache percussions teachers also offer virtual percussions lessons via Zoom or Teams. These online sessions provide the same high-quality instruction as our in-home lessons, allowing you to learn at your own pace and from the comfort of your home.

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BAH Teacher #4191

"Sebastian is an experienced music teacher from Winnipeg, proficient in electric bass, electric guitar, guitar, percussions, and singer-songwriter skills. He offers lessons to students of all ages, both online and at his studio, as well as in students' homes. Sebastian holds a BA in music with a minor in music production, deepening his expertise in various genres including blues, R&B, funk, jazz, rock, and Latin music. His teaching philosophy emphasizes joy and physical preparation to enhance musical skill and appreciation, making every lesson both engaging and educational."

BAH Teacher #4019

"Babak is a percussionist and esteemed music educator offering lessons online and in the comfort of students' homes. Fluent in English and Farsi, Babak brings over 30 years of musical expertise to students ranging from age 7 to adults, specializing in djembe and other percussion instruments. His educational credentials are impressive, holding a Master's in Fine Art Research, a Bachelor's in Cultural Management, and a Bachelor's in Music from Tehran. Babak's teaching philosophy is deeply rooted in the belief that music is a universal language capable of bridging cultures and fostering personal growth. His accolades include numerous awards for his performances worldwide, and he has significantly contributed to musical education by mentoring over 500 students. With options for both online and at-home lessons, Babak's sessions are a gateway to mastering rhythm and coordination, nurturing both skill and creativity. Book an interview with Babak today for a culturally rich and educational musical journey!"

BAH Teacher #857

"Tyson offers online and in-studio lessons in djembe, drumset, percussion, jazz improvisation, and music theory. With a Bachelor of Music from Concordia University, Tyson believes in making music education positive and enjoyable. Fluent in English and French, Tyson creates a nurturing environment for students of all ages. Book an interview now for an enriching musical journey with Tyson!"

BAH Teacher #3663

"Tim, an experienced drummer and percussionist, offers online lessons and teaches at his studio. With over 35 years of teaching experience and a passion for music, Tim focuses on fundamentals, technique, groove, and feel development. He emphasizes ergonomics and ease of movement to ensure students learn effectively. Having studied with renowned drummers like Dom Famularo and performed with numerous bands, Tim brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to his teaching. Students can expect a fun and supportive learning environment where they can explore their musical interests and develop their skills. Book an interview."

BAH Teacher #3162

"Matthew, a versatile musician with a BFA in Music from Concordia University in Montréal, brings a unique approach to teaching that emphasizes music as a tool for creative expression. With expertise in various instruments including bass clarinet, clarinet, guitar, and percussion, Matthew's teaching philosophy focuses on connecting music to life experiences and fostering emotional, social, physical, and cognitive development in students of all ages. Whether online or in-person, Matthew is committed to sharing his love of music and helping students unleash their creativity."

BAH Teacher #3338

"Chloe, a passionate musician and psychology student at the University of Toronto, offers engaging lessons in percussion and piano. With over 3 years of teaching experience and a strong background in music studies, fluent in Cantonese and English, Chloe tailors her teaching methods to suit each student's unique learning style and aspirations. Whether online or in your home, Chloe provides a supportive and encouraging environment for students of all ages and levels to explore their musical talents and reach their fullest potential. Join Chloe for fun and enriching lessons that foster a lifelong love of music."

BAH Teacher #3489

"Julian, a dedicated musician and drumming instructor, offers comprehensive lessons in composition, drumset, percussion, dictation, ear training, jazz improvisation, music history, and beginner to intermediate music theory. His teaching philosophy extends beyond music, integrating life lessons learned through musical experiences. Currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Performance at McGill University, Julian has received extensive training from renowned musicians and participated in prestigious music festivals, earning awards like the Earl Hobson Most Outstanding Musician and scholarships from the TD Vancouver Jazz Festival. Fluent in English, Julian provides personalized instruction online and in-home, emphasizing enjoyment, and risk-taking. for an enriching musical journey with Julian!"

BAH Teacher #3534

"Catlin is offering a wide range of instruments and services, including piano, classical guitar, drums, and voice. With a Bachelor's degree in Jazz and Contemporary Popular Music, Catlin combines formal training with practical experience to create engaging and personalized lessons. Fluent in English and French, he fosters student empowerment by customizing lessons to individual needs and interests. Whether online or in-home, Catlin's lessons provide a supportive environment for students to explore their musical passions and develop lifelong skills. Book an interview with Catlin for transformative music education experiences."

BAH Teacher #3628

"Trevor, a multifaceted musician, offers online lessons in composition, drumset, percussion, jazz improvisation, music appreciation, and music theory. With extensive experience and a diverse musical background, Trevor believes in fostering skill and mastery in a positive, team-oriented environment. His journey began with drum lessons from a remarkable one-handed teacher, leading to performances with renowned bands and musicians. Armed with degrees in psychology and linguistics, Trevor emphasizes clear communication and mindfulness in musical education. Fluent in English, Spanish, and Russian, Trevor's expertise extends beyond drumming, enriching students' musical growth. Book an interview now."

BAH Teacher #3639

"Jack, an energetic music educator pursuing a Sound and Music BFA at SFU, offers online and in-home lessons in composition, percussion, piano, recorder, singer-songwriter, trumpet, and voice. With a rich musical background spanning digital composition, trumpet performance, and audio engineering, Jack sees music as a blend of art, science, and technology. He fosters creativity and self-expression in his students, emphasizing critical thinking and media literacy. Book an interview with Jack to embark on a transformative musical journey, exploring the boundless possibilities of music."

BAH Teacher #3974

"Daniel offers lessons in various percussion instruments including djembe, drumset, marimba, vibraphone, and xylophone, along with composition, music theory, and jazz improvisation. With a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance from Australia's prestigious WAAPA and a Graduate Diploma in Philosophy from the University of Melbourne. He's garnered over 5 million plays on Spotify and Apple Music, featured on national and international radio, and embarked on four national tours. Fluent in English, Daniel provides in-home and online lessons, fostering a spirit of creativity, enjoyment, and discovery in his students. Book an interview now."

BAH Teacher #3716

"Mark offers online lessons and teaches in your home. With over 35 years of experience as a performer and clinician, Mark brings a wealth of knowledge and passion for music to his teaching. He emphasizes the joy of playing and believes that learning music should be an enjoyable experience. Whether you're interested in drumset, djembe, or other percussion instruments, Mark will help you develop your skills while fostering your love for music. Book an interview with Mark now to start your musical journey!"

BAH Teacher #3126

"Tudor is an experienced music instructor specializing in drum set, percussion, jazz improvisation, music history, and beginner-intermediate music theory. With a passion for music and rhythm, Tudor believes in providing informative yet enjoyable lessons that cater to students of all ages. His teaching philosophy emphasizes the importance of fostering curiosity and passion for music, making lessons fun and engaging. Tudor holds an Intro to Jazz Performance certificate with honors from Humber College and is currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Music. He has received awards such as the Zildjian Bursary from Humber College and has extensive experience both as a performer and a teacher. Tudor offers online lessons and is available for in-home lessons in select areas. Book an interview now with Tudor."

BAH Teacher #3981

"Jackson is a dedicated music instructor, offering comprehensive lessons in composition, guitar, percussion, piano, singer-songwriter, and voice. His Bachelor of Music pursuit at UBC reflects his commitment to musical excellence. Beginning piano at 13, Jackson's journey expanded into composition and diverse musical genres. His teaching philosophy prioritizes joy and creativity, ensuring a stress-free learning environment for students of all ages. Whether in-home or online, Jackson tailors lessons to individual needs, nurturing a love for music in every student. Join Jackson's musical adventure today!"

BAH Teacher #4031

"Jaime is a versatile music teacher specializing in drumset, marimba, percussions, piano, vibraphone, and xylophone, teaching students from age 2 to adults. Offering lessons online and in your home in Richmond and Vancouver, Jaime aims to help students discover the joy and emotional depth of music through creative and expressive learning. With an educational background in Music Education and over 11 years of teaching experience, Jaime incorporates Kodály, Orff, and Dalcroze methodologies into her lessons, ensuring a rich and comprehensive musical education. Book an interview with Jaime today and embark on a musical journey that explores the vast landscape of musical expression. "

BAH Teacher #4039

"Kenneth, wth a focus on rhythm, technique, and musical expression, Kenneth tailors lessons to meet individual needs. Holding a Rockschool drum grade 8 Merit certificate and drawing from years of private study with a renowned drummer in Hong Kong, he offers expertise across various musical genres, from jazz to rock and classical percussion. Fluent in Cantonese, English, and Mandarin, Kenneth provides a diverse educational experience for students. Whether online or in your home, Kenneth is dedicated to nurturing students' passion for percussion and fostering musical growth. Book an interview now."

BAH Teacher #4124

"Braedon is a versatile music teacher offering lessons on various instruments, including composition, drum set, electric bass, electric guitar, guitar, organ, percussions, piano, saxophone, singer-songwriter, ukulele, and voice. With an honors diploma from Harris Institute of Music and over 15 years of industry experience, Braedon adopts a modern approach to teaching, tailoring lessons to each student's goals. He provides lessons online, in-studio in Aurora, or in your home if you're located in Aurora, East Gwillimbury, King, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Stouffville, or Vaughan."

BAH Teacher #4127

"Chris is a versatile music teacher offering online lessons in composition, drumset, and percussions for students aged 8 to adults. With a Bachelor's in Percussion and Composition, his teaching philosophy emphasizes the fundamental human connection to music, ensuring that technique and music-making go hand in hand. Chris excels in tailoring lessons to individual learning styles, whether through sheet music, customized lead sheets, or ear training, making him an ideal choice for students seeking a well-rounded musical education."

BAH Teacher #3159

"Jorge, with over 15 years of experience, offers lessons in drum set, percussion, ear training, music appreciation, and beginner-intermediate music theory. His teaching philosophy is grounded in adaptability, tailoring each lesson to meet the specific musical needs and goals of the student. Whether students aim to pursue drumming as a recreational activity or aspire to become professional musicians, Jorge's lessons are designed to be engaging and enjoyable. He holds a music teacher degree from Esnaola School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and has studied with renowned drum teachers from prestigious institutions such as the Drummers Collective in New York and Berklee College of Music in Boston. With extensive experience as a session musician and exposure to diverse musical genres, including Latin rhythms and culture, Jorge brings a rich and dynamic perspective to his teaching. He offers both online lessons and in-home instruction, ensuring flexibility and convenience for students. Book an interview with Jorge now."

Some of our clients dream about learning to play jazz percussions. We also have clients that simply want to have some fun and play their favorite songs on the percussions. Some of our clients listen to classical music while others are fans of pop rock legends. Others may want to resume their classical percussions studies from their youth.

Whatever your needs are, we can tailor your experience to be exactly the way you envision it.

How do I find percussions lessons near me?

Learning the percussions requires finding the right music teacher near you or online. Finding a nearby or in-home percussions teacher can be a great convenience to an urban family in Tache . Imagine the convenience of having in home percussions lessons in Tache. Simply use the search function with your postal code and our system will organise our roster of Tache based percussions teachers in order of proximity. It will give you your best options first favouring those teachers offering in-home and nearby instruction. For online instruction we needn't worry too much and all the teachers are available unless it states that they specifically don't teach online.

Where are your percussions teaching studios located?

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Are you looking to prepare for classical percussions exams?

Are you looking for a percussions teacher to prepare you for the RCM (Royal Conservatory of Music) examinations? We can find you the right music educator for the job. If you are interested in the ABRSM or another examination system we can also help you. We can also help you if you want to learn to play percussions in a less serious way.

What about online percussions lessons?

Online percussions lessons have proven to be very essential to urban families. Online music lessons via Zoom video conferencing actually offer many benefits.

The benefits include a greater variety of choice and schedule flexibility. In-person percussions lessons are in high-demand when students are free from school. These times are weekends and also between school and dinner time. With online instruction you can pick a teacher in a different time zone and get a more flexible schedule option.

There are also benefits of enhanced concentration and attention span in many cases.

Private percussions lessons over Zoom work very well and may surprise you if you have been disenchanted with online group learning.

This technology really is a revelation in music education technology. When picking an online instructor for reasons related to COVID we highly recommend that percussions students select a teacher from their own area. This way in the future you can get together in person with your teacher if you would like to.

If you are a Tache percussions teacher and are interested in teaching percussions for BAH consider joining our team using the careers link.

What do percussions lessons cost in Tache?

Securing a competent teacher means that we are working with professional percussions teachers. Excellent percussions teachers will generally have diplomas or extensive teaching and performing experience. BAH is also committed to providing the industry's best compensation to our team of music teachers.

Percussions lessons can be had for as little as $39.00 for a 30 minute lesson. Many teachers will also entertain bi-weekly percussions teaching arrangements for the budget minded. Most adults will take percussions lessons of 45 or 60 minutes duration. Most children begin with a 30 minute lesson.

What kind of a percussions do I need before starting my lessons?

This is an excellent question to discuss with your percussions teacher when you first talk together on the phone. Even before your first percussions lesson they will be able to provide excellent local information.

What should I have ready for my first percussions lesson?

For your first lesson your percussions teacher will most likely ask you to shop for a few resources from a local music store. These will most likely include sheet music and percussions method books. Most teachers will ask you to bring a notebook and a pencil as well.

Some of our teachers have been using online tools for lesson content management and other ear training applications. Please try to have all these requested items ready for you and your teacher to make a great start.

If your first lesson is on Zoom it is important to try a test run with a friend or family member to ensure you are familiar with how the technology works. We don't want you to spend all your percussions lesson time figuring out how to adjust the volume in Zoom. Zoom video conferencing is also a free and fun way of keeping in touch with friends and family.

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