Drum instructor Tim Kane
Call or text him at: 774-757-7636
Tim Kane, a professional drummer with more than 30 years of performance experience, teaches beginner to advanced musical styles on drum set and concert percussion, including hard rock with optional double kick drum, jazz, funk, reggae, world beats and marching drum corps. He teaches live in studio based near Boston, MA or online via Skype, Google Plus Hangouts, and YouTube Live Streaming platforms.
Kane School of Drums Brochure 2018
Tim graduated from Fitchburg State University and is certified and endorsed as a school drum instructor by Vic Firth, an international manufacturer of drum sticks, mallets, brushes and percussive devices. He is also a recognized current member of the Massachusetts Music Educators Association and Drum Circle Facilitators Guild board of director.
His online lessons include learning and refining students’ rudimentary and sight reading ability, eliminating bad habits, improving dynamics, creating better drum fills, soloing, playing with other musicians, composing original parts, understanding the mechanics of song structure, and building a personal signature playing style. Ear training is enhanced with drum play-along songs. Tim can record every session so students and parents review progress.
Lessons can be offered weekly or less frequently depending upon student schedules.
TOP TEN REASONS TO TAKE DRUM LESSONS
1 – Develop your rudimentary hand-foot technique from beginner through advanced.
2- Learn to sight-read and/or improve your ability to do so live.
3 -Enhance your listening skills with a play-along track program, and learn songs you choose and find challenging.
4 -Learn to compose and play drum solos, which Tim will record for you as MP3 and MP4 files.
5 -Work on school-based band sheet music and songs you need to learn.
6 -Refine your playing style, whether it’s double bass oriented or traditional hi-hat.
7 -Improve your endurance and sense of dynamics.
8 -Play better and more intricate drum fills and a variety of musical styles from jazz and funk to rock and metal.
9 – Benefit from decades of wisdom from playing with other musicians, and a growing collection of instructional videos and audio recordings.
10 – Set goals and achieve them by having a professionally trained instructor guiding you along the way.