Drum Lessons in Cincinnati
If you would like to find a drum teacher in Cincinnati, you need look no further than Toedtman School of Music in Sharonville. We provide drum lessons and percussion lessons – so whether you want to learn the drum set, or ancillary percussive instruments, we’ve got you covered.
Coordination, Energy and Drum Lessons
Learning the drums requires a lot of energy and a lot of discipline, though that discipline can emerge over time. For a full drum set in jazz and rock, the musician keeps the four limbs independent – most often for kick (bass) drum on the right foot, high-hat cymbal on the left foot, cymbal and tom hits with the right hand, and snare drum with the left hand. Developing the independence of limbs requires dexterity and focus, and a coordination that comes with slow, gradual practice, and adherence to proper form.
Drummers Read Music Charts?
Yes! Reading drum charts, for orchestras or concert band, is a wonderful mental practice, and it feels terrific to be able to follow a rhythmic score in full notation. This is something you will learn by taking drum lessons!
If your child is excited by rhythm and movement, learning to play the drums may be the perfect way to channel that energy, and to develop the focus to pursue an immersive physical practice. The satisfaction and sheer joy that come from playing percussive instruments are highly rewarding.
Meet Our Cincinnati Drum Teacher – Alan Topolski
Our drum teacher, Alan Topolski, has over 30 years of professional drum playing experience. He’s a regular in the Cincinnati scene, playing out with groups from many varied styles.
Take Drum Lessons in Cincinnati Today!
For Cincinnati drum lessons at our West Chester studio — contact Toedtman School of Music by calling 513.772.7900.