Drum Lessons

Elementary, Middle School, High School, and Adult
Beginner, Intermediate
Offered In-Person and Online

Students get behind a drum kit during their first lesson to start learning how to play percussion instruments. Through private drum lessons and live performances, students will learn introductory rudiments to drum fills and solos.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand rhythm

  • Demonstrate introductory rudiments to drum fills and solos.

  • Consistent weekly improvement

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Frequently Asked Questions.

We absolutely believe the connection is the most important aspect of studying music. After all, music is EMOTION. It’s hard to be free when there is no connection between student and instructor.

If there’s a lack of connection, our first approach is to try to resolve this by understanding the needs of the student and how we can better serve them. If no resolution is reached, we will pair the student with another instructor according to availability.

A student’s age depends on the instrument of choice. We understand a five-year-old probably shouldn’t learn to play the tuba just yet. But aside from size, elements such as attention span, maturity, and the ability to comprehend are considered when determining the age to begin studying music.

All of our instruments have age-appropriate restrictions, but a student may be exempt on a case-by-case basis.

We have Baby Bops classes for younger students from birth to age five.

In order to become proficient on an instrument, students should schedule in their practice times just as they do with homework or any other responsibility. We suggest 10-15 minutes daily for beginners.

For more advanced students, 30-45 minutes minimum is required to truly put into practice what was covered in the lesson.

Additionally, it is proven that our students retain more if they practice the same day, but after their lesson. A lesson does not count as practice!

Lastly, studying at the Conservatory is to learn new concepts. Students should always come prepared having mastered (or almost mastered) what was taught the previous week. In the event students haven’t practiced in the previous week, the lesson will then become a practice session. This means new material may not be taught, therefore causing a delay in progress.

What does this mean? Practice if you want to progress!

The cost of tuition varies depending on the type and length of the music study. Students also pay other fees to enroll in and take lessons at Grow Your Gift Music. You can locate the tuition, fees, and discounts on each music lesson page.

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