Learn To Play Drums with Bold Music
The drums are the backbone of any song, and learning how to play them properly will help you control the tempo and speed of the track. Whether you’re a hobbyist, or a budding musician, having an experienced teacher helping you navigate your instrument will help you reach your full potential.
If you’re looking for drum lessons in Greensboro, North Carolina, look no further than Bold Music. Our experienced teachers can help you take your drumming skills to the next level. All lessons are live over video conference every week, no pre-recordings.
We offer a few different types of video lessons at Bold Music, each taught weekly, live over video conference.
60 Minute Lessons
A full hour will give us time to cover new techniques and practice some of your favorite songs. Great for beginners and advanced drummers!
45 Minute Lessons
Can't squeeze in a full hour? No worries! Our 45-minute lessons still give you plenty of time to cover great material each week with our instructor.
30 Minute Lessons
Busy schedule? Our 30-minute lessons are great for people on the go and small children just starting out, giving us time to up your skills every week.
Rocking To Every Beat
Our talented Bold Music instructors can get you rocking with the beat of any song. The drums are present across a wide variety of genres. From the breakneck intensity of hard rock and heavy metal to the freestyle groove of jazz music, the drums drive the beat and guide the other band members to follow.
Our lessons are taught by a variety of instructors with different areas of expertise. Whether you’re interested in learning to play classic music, rock music, jazz, or any other genre, we have instructors that will be the perfect fit for you.
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All Ages Welcome: Kids, Seniors, and Everyone in Between
We offer drumming lessons in Greensboro, NC, catered to all ages and adapted to any schedule. So whether you’re a child or teen with a burgeoning love for music or an adult looking to refine your playing or pick up a new skill, we’re here to help you.
No matter where you’re coming from or what background you have, we can help you cultivate your love and appreciation for music and drumming.
Beginners to Experts: We Teach All Skill Levels
Whether you’re just starting, have been playing for years, or are returning to drumming after taking a break from playing, we offer drum lessons for all skill sets. Our lessons cover the basics, intermediate and advanced theory, practices, and techniques. Our lessons will push you to become a better player and a better musician.
Unlike other instruments, drums have a more intuitive playing style. The drums create the backbone of the song and keep the pace. You will need a more attuned sense of rhythm and timing to master the drums. We will teach you how to read and understand drum notation and establish and control the song’s beat through your drumming.
Once you’ve got the fundamentals down, we will coach you to improve your playing skills and eventually get you to a place where you will produce your music.
Remember to Practice Your Drumming!
Just like any hobby, you need to practice to enhance your skills and advance to new levels. Drumming relies on both an understanding of beat and tempo, as well as intuition and muscle memory. The only way to create muscle memory is to build the right muscles you need to play. Without practice, you will only get so far in your playing abilities.
Your learning doesn’t end when the lesson is over. Your instructors will give you songs or techniques to practice between classes so that you can show them how you’ve improved by your next lesson. Practicing will not only make you a better player but will help foster your love for music and your instrument.
The best way to improve your playing skills is to practice at every opportunity available to you. The more you practice, the stronger your muscle memory will be. Once you’ve built those muscles, you won’t need to think about how you are playing nearly as much as when you’re just starting. Your playing will become more natural for you until one day you will feel like you could play in your sleep.
Practicing is also a great way to track your improvement over time. Your instructor will notice how much you’ve improved between lessons and even be able to gauge how you’ve improved since you started your classes with the school.