When you listen to music, are you drawn most to the percussion and beat? Do you wish you could replicate the rolling beat of rock and pop or the more syncopated tempo of jazz? Greenwich Music is pleased to offer drum lessons to those of all ages and skill levels. Together, you and your instructor can collaborate to determine and reach your desired style and skill level.
Children and adults alike will feel at home and welcomed in our beginner drum lessons. A beginner may bring in their favorite drum part to learn, or the instructor would be glad to make a recommendation. Beginners do not need their own set, either—a drum pad and sticks will suffice, and can be purchased for less than $50.
In our beginner drum lessons, students learn a wide variety of technical exercises designed to improve on these factors including:
Already mastered the basics? Intermediate to advanced drumming students receive personalized lessons and exercises with a focus the following areas:
Expert Drum Instructors
Learn from some of the best drum instructors in the business! With an average of 15 years of teaching experience, our instructors have studied at prestigious schools such as Berklee College of Music, Juilliard, The Hartt School, Purchase College, NYU, and more.
Customized Lesson Plans
Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all voice lessons that leave you or your child uninspired. Our instructors get to know each student's interests and goals, and craft custom lesson plans. The results are students who come back to each lesson eager for more. Drum students are always encouraged to bring their favorite songs or beats to try and master.
At Greenwich Music, we understand that life can get hectic, which is why we offer both in-person and virtual drum lessons. We also offer private, in-home voice lessons on a case-by-case basis. Pick and choose the day, time, and location that works best for you and your family. Want in-person lessons one week, and virtual the next? We'll make it happen!
"My kids have been taking lessons at Greenwich Music for 6 years, they admire their music teachers because they are current and make learning fun. They really don't like to miss their sessions."