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Salt Lake City Drum Lessons

Does your child have too much spare time after school?

Are you looking for a way to teach them responsibility and discipline, all the while fostering their creativity?

Drum lessons are the answer.  Learning to play drums will help your child in every aspect of their lives.

What are the advantages of learning to play the drums?

  • Teaches hand-eye coordination
  • Improves reflexes
  • Inspires creativity
  • Improves critical thinking skills
  • Increases ability to solve problems
  • Gives one a strong sense of rhythm
  • College application builder
  • Possibility for scholarships
  • Future Rockstar

Worried that you don’t have a drum set?  NO PROBLEM!  I hold lessons in my studio, located in downtown, Salt Lake City, and you can use my drum set during the lesson.

Or, if you’d prefer, I can travel to your home and we’ll hold the lesson there.

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**There are currently two openings**

Lessons are 30 minutes long, and are $25 per lesson.     Get in touch now!

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You can spend the lessons working on whatever you need:

  • Learning a piece for school
  • Practicing for a recital
  • Playing your favorite songs
  • Starting a band
  • and more!

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Each lessons will be individualized to meet your child’s specific needs, and advance at a pace they are comfortable with.

We will cover the basics, enforce the fundamentals, but go heavy on the fun.

Drumming will be something they love, and I will make practice fun and exciting, not a tedious exercise.

I work with children all the way up to grandparents.  I will teach ANYONE.

Contact Me

Call or Text Sean @ 801 502 7743

Or

Check out the Contact Page and send me a message.

Meet the Teacher

Hi!  My name is Sean, and I have been teaching drums for over 10 years.

During the day I work at a special ed teacher in Salt Lake City.

Find out more about me. :)

Check Out the Studio

It’s a beautiful room with an even more beautiful drum set in it.

The building has quite a history, check it out!