Drum Lessons

Music Plus Percussion Lessons include single drums,           drum sets, and mallet training

Drum lessonsMusic Plus offers drum lessons in snare drum, drum set, mallet training and rudiments.  We cater to those advancing in drum line, band or orchestral contexts to those who want to play drum set in a group or ensemble.  Our percussion teachers demonstrate a fun variety of styles teaching jazz, rock, blues, concert band and other pop style.

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Music Lesson Prices

Weekly Small Group Classes (3-6 students)45 Minutes$16.00 each
Weekly Small Group Classes (3-6 students)60 Minutes$17.00 each
Weekly Semi-Private Lessons(two students)45 Minutes$19.00 each
Weekly Private Piano, Guitar or Drum Lessons30 Minutes $20.00 each
Weekly Private String, Brass, Woodwind or Vocal30 minutes$22.00 each
Camps and WorkshopsVariesVaries
Registration Fee$15.00
Ask About Fee Waiver!

You are satisified or your money back | We want the best fit between students and instructors. If you are not satisfied after your first lesson, no charges apply and we will work with you to find the best instructor for your needs.

Friend Discount | $30 off for referring a friend that registers at Music Plus. Pick up a Friend card at the reception desk.

Family/Multiple Lesson Discount | 5% off for each additional family member.

Registration fee $15.00 | Annual non-refundable fee, $15 per student or family.  Covers initial instructional materials and other registration costs.  Additional books may be required as students progress.

Billing and Payment Schedule | Payment is due on the first business day of each month for that month of lessons.

DRUMS  Perhaps the first instruments humans played

hand made instruments Imagine!  How did people communicate and entertain themselves before cell phones, videos…the Internet?  Drums played critical roles in communication, entertainment, and ritual for a vast part of human history.  Today we rely on the drum less as a tool, but the desire to play them, communicate with them, and place them at the heart of music is very much alive.