Gloustershire Drum Teacher

Gloustershire Drum Teacher is a drum tutor based in GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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**First Lesson Free!**

Drum Lessons (beginners to advanced) for:
– Children
– Teenagers
– Adults
And is DBS checked.

Lessons start from just £15 and delivered within the comfort of your own home in Cirencester and in areas such as:
– Siddington
– Fairford
– Barnsley
– Stroud
– Lechlade
– Swindon
– Cheltenham
– Bourton-on-the-Water

Skype drum lessons are also available.

You’ll be getting a dedicated teacher who is:
– Relaxed
– Friendly
– Patient

And who has:
– 12 years being a drummer: in different styles, mainly Rock, Jazz, Pop, Latin and Show tunes
– been teaching drums to children at an American summer camp, 2 years in a row.
– the technology to record and video lessons so students can see and hear what they sound like for themselves.

Oliver takes an all rounded approach to his lessons, which covers:
– Technique
– Musicality/creativity
– Reading Music
– Different styles of drumming/music
– Grades (for those who want to)
– Aural training
– Guidance on how to approach practice

Birmingham Conservatoire graduate of BMus (Hons) in Jazz, offering professional lessons to students young and old.

Delivers professional, engaging and highly interactive drum workshops to primary schools, enhancing children’s music education which are done in context of the Primary Schools’ National Curriculum, looking at aspects such as rhythm, timbre, composition and improvisation.

During his time at Birmingham Conservatoire, he delivered workshops to primary schools in Birmingham, he received excellent feedback from a class in Year 6:
‘Thank you for coming to our School! I particularly enjoyed when you allowed some of us to make up our own rhythms’
‘The drums workshop was extremely enjoyable; the instructor, Oliver Baylis, was very enthusiastic and he taught us different rhythms that got progressively harder until we knew enough to create our own piece.’
‘Thanks for teaching us, I enjoyed it because we were allowed to make up our own rhythm and then share it with the class for everyone to play.’

Camper getting creative playing drums at Amerian summer campGetting on the same level as his studentsPerforming in the Tony Levin Drum Prize 2016First public performance during 6th Form College

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