Do you want to be musical, rhythmic and groovy? Do you want to learn many instruments in one class? Then percussion is the instrument that you want to learn! I am Keith, 21 years old percussionist from Hong Kong and currently studying classical percussion in the Conservatory van Amsterdam. I have had 2 years of teaching experience and I am offering percussion lessons that meet your need and standard. Percussion includes many instruments, from the one you hear in the orchestra, to African/Latin percussion, or to the pitched keyboard percussion. For beginner, you will learn 2 basic instruments, snare drum and marimba (keyboard instrument). From then, we will not only work on these 2 instruments , but the rest in the percussion family. I also offer drum set lessons for beginner. If you are already a skilled percussionist, I can also offer more advanced lessons, from strengthening your techniques, musicality to conservatory audition preparation. Moreover, I also offer music theory lessons. It will include basic knowledge like recognising notes and rhythm, and also solfedge training, so you will be well equipped for more difficult music playing. Some facts about me: 2021 PSMOpole International Marimba Competition Group 2 3rd prize Member of JeugdOrkest Nederland (2019 - 2021) 2020 Prinses Christina Concours Nationale Finale Category 3 2nd prize Experienced in solo, chamber and orchestra performances Food and figure skating enthusiast My goal is to let my students learn music happily and deepen their passion on music. Tell me anything that you want to explore in music and we can work on it through percussion. Whether you want to improve quickly or just want to learn an instrument to kill time, I got your back!

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