Drum Lessons In Midtown

Drum lessons are a great way to channel your high energy and creativity! Playing the drums is one of the most exhilarating, and physically interactive instruments to learn. As such, many high energy students find the drums a great instrument to learn as they can funnel their energy into the playing of it.

Playing the drums requires the coordination of not just your hands, but both feet as well! Students range from enjoying to play warm percussion rhythms to steady pop beat sounds, to hard rock! Whatever your interest as an aspiring drum student, we shape your drum lessons to accommodate your unique interests and identify your learning style.

You don’t necessarily need a drum kit in order to take drum lessons, as you will learn on the kit we have here in our academy during your weekly lessons. However, some students decide to purchase drumsticks and a drum pad, to start learning hand drum techniques. Others decide to get a set of basic digital drums to practice on. Some decide to invest in very sophisticated electronic drum kits, and some decide to invest in full on acoustic drum kits. Digital drum kits have the advantage of volume control and an ability to plug in a headset, where acoustic drums can be very loud and difficult to transport.

We also have extra drum pads and stands available for our drum make-up classes for every age group! This is a great opportunity to bring your drumsticks, have some fun, and meet some other drummers in the same age group as yourself! You might even make a new friend!

We have both female and male drum instructors at the academy, and finding the perfect student/teacher match for your drum lessons, as well as the time that works for you, is our top priority to make learning drums fun!

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Toronto Arts Academy boy student playing drums
Toronto Arts Academy Young Drum Student
Toronto Arts Academy Older Drum Student
Toronto Arts Academy boy student learning drums
Toronto Arts Academy Young Boy Drum Student
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