Drum Lessons Toronto
The drums are very loud but they are also very empowering. Almost from the day we're born we want to bang our little fists around. Learning how to play the drums is a right of passage that has been passed down from generation to generation.As toddlers grow into children and then teenagers, they still have a growing desire to bang on something loud! The drums are an expression of the energy and rhythm that's deep within our DNA. Whether you are a beginner drum student who is interested in learning the basics or a advanced drum student who is interested in improving your technique, learning to play the drums is a terrific way of understanding the foundations of all music.
We have been providing drum lessons in Toronto since 2005, and we currently have 5 drum teachers in Toronto. Our drum teachers travel to their students homes to provide drum lessons in a comfortable environment. Our drum teachers are all qualified to provide the quality of drum lessons that are neccessary for beginner drum students to learn to play drum successfully. Our drum teachers are happy to customize their drum lessons to the needs of each individual drum student.
Drum Teachers Toronto
We currently have a team of 5 terrific drum teachers in Toronto. Our drum teachers provide music lessons for kids as well as adults. Our drum teachers have a range of specialities including rock drums, jazz drums or just regular drum lessons.
Famous drumers from Canada
Music has played a very significant role in the cultural development of Toronto. One of the most famous Toronto drummers is Tyler Stewart. Tyler Stewart was born in Toronto and plays drums for The Barenaked Ladies. The Barenaked Ladies are best know for their hit singles "One Week" and "If I Had $1000000". Tyler Stewart remains an inspiration to all young drum students in Toronto.
Another famous Canadian drummers is Daniel Adair. Daniel Adair has been playing drums since he was 13 years old, and is best know for playing in the band Nickleback. Daniel Adair remains an inspiration to all young drum students in Toronto.