Experience a Trial Lesson With Us

Learning drums can be a long and tedious journey; hence we understand the need to select your instructors carefully and thoroughly. We only want you to enroll with us if you are 100% sure of the value that we provide for you and our commitment to not only drumming, but also teaching.

Therefore we invite you to a full-length trial class, to understand what is our process of teaching, your process of learning, and the experience of the instrument itself before choosing us to help you on this journey.

What to expect in your trial lesson

If you are a beginner:

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The fundamentals of communication in music, learn the basic understanding of reading and playing so that you can revisit the lesson with the notes provided in your own free time. Learning to read will also allow you to utilize more exercises that you might find online.
Learning good fundamentals is vital as bad habits are the easiest to develop at this stage. It will be increasingly difficult to adjust/change bad habits after this stage as it will often require you to relearn all the coordination exercises you have done.

Understanding the principles of basic techniques also allow you to utilize the correct muscles, allowing you to have a more efficient playing as you progress.

As mentioned in our previous article, there is a great difference in playing on electronic vs. acoustic drumsets. We strongly encourage periodically spending some time on acoustic drums to develop your techniques properly. 

This is also why we spent 5 times more on our renovation costs to ensure our facilities can house acoustic drumsets so that you don’t have to. 

The trial lesson is not only for you to understand your instructors, but also for us to understand your learning process to provide you with a more effective learning approach.

Through a series of structured steps during the trial, our instructor would be able to identify your aptitude in key areas of your learning journey, and would be better equipped when you enroll with us in tackling your weaknesses and enhancing your strengths.

Some key areas we will look out for:

  • Understanding of notational reading
  • Natural sense of rhythmic space
  • Coordination
  • Muscle Stiffness
  • Ability to follow metronome/ song

At the end of your trial lesson, 10 mins will be allocated to discussion/consultation. Feel free to ask any questions regarding any topics you have on drums. This could be information that you find online that you find confusing or things that you might not fully comprehend in the trial lesson.
The instructor will also go through their findings throughout the class and advise you on practice routines/exercises to work on, as well as administrative questions you might have for our lessons.

*Trial lesson flow is similar for both kids and adults, with content specially curated for different age groups.

What to expect in your trial lesson

If you are a beginner:

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The fundamentals of communication in music, learn the basic understanding of reading and playing so that you can revisit the lesson with the notes provided in your own free time. Learning to read will also allow you to utilize more exercises that you might find online.
Learning good fundamentals is vital as bad habits are the easiest to develop at this stage. It will be increasingly difficult to adjust/change bad habits after this stage as it will often require you to relearn all the coordination exercises you have done.

Understanding the principles of basic techniques also allow you to utilize the correct muscles, allowing you to have a more efficient playing as you progress.

As mentioned in our previous article, there is a great difference in playing on electronic vs. acoustic drumsets. We strongly encourage periodically spending some time on acoustic drums to develop your techniques properly. 

This is also why we spent 5 times more on our renovation costs to ensure our facilities can house acoustic drumsets so that you don’t have to. 

The trial lesson is not only for you to understand your instructors, but also for us to understand your learning process to provide you with a more effective learning approach.

Through a series of structured steps during the trial, our instructor would be able to identify your aptitude in key areas of your learning journey, and would be better equipped when you enroll with us in tackling your weaknesses and enhancing your strengths.

Some key areas we will look out for:

  • Understanding of notational reading
  • Natural sense of rhythmic space
  • Coordination
  • Muscle Stiffness
  • Ability to follow metronome/ song

At the end of your trial lesson, 10 mins will be allocated to discussion/consultation. Feel free to ask any questions regarding any topics you have on drums. This could be information that you find online that you find confusing or things that you might not fully comprehend in the trial lesson.
The instructor will also go through their findings throughout the class and advise you on practice routines/exercises to work on, as well as administrative questions you might have for our lessons.

*Trial lesson flow is similar for both kids and adults, with content specially curated for different age groups.

What to expect in your trial lesson

If you have played extensively before:

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For advanced students we will normally start with a consultation process to understand where you are in your journey, what you wish to learn (learning direction if any), or any uncertainties that you might want to clarify regarding any topics.

We will then go through with you a full range technical assessment to understand your proficiency in all areas. These will include your understanding in theory, concepts, as well as technical proficiency on the drums. This will allow us to better gauge your shortfalls and strengths, and to have a concrete learning plan for optimized for you.
Learning good fundamentals is vital as bad habits are the easiest to develop at this stage. It will be increasingly difficult to adjust/change bad habits after this stage as it will often require you to relearn all the coordination exercises you have done.

Understanding the principles of basic techniques also allow you to utilize the correct muscles, allowing you to have a more efficient playing as you progress.

What to expect in your trial lesson

If you have played extensively before:

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For advanced students we will normally start with a consultation process to understand where you are in your journey, what you wish to learn (learning direction if any), or any uncertainties that you might want to clarify regarding any topics.

We will then go through with you a full range technical assessment to understand your proficiency in all areas. These will include your understanding in theory, concepts, as well as technical proficiency on the drums. This will allow us to better gauge your shortfalls and strengths, and to have a concrete learning plan for optimized for you.

Even advanced students might have carried through some fundamental problems or habits, especially if they were self-taught. During the trial process, we will be looking out for any fundamental issues and will highlight and work with them together with you.

Trial Rebate Promotion (Free Trial Promo)

We believe in reciprocity, and we value the trust that you put in us when you decide to enroll with us.

Therefore for a limited time only, if you enroll with us within 7 days after your trial lesson,

we will waive your trial fees as a show of appreciation.

We look forward to seeing you in our classrooms!  

Trial Rebate Promotion (Free Trial Promo)

We believe in reciprocity, and we value the trust that you put in us when you decide to enroll with us.

Therefore for a limited time only, if you enroll with us within 7 days after your trial lesson, we will waive your trial fees as a show of appreciation.

We look forward to seeing you in our classrooms!  

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Trial Lesson Fees:

$40 for 45 mins

* A consultation session will be held in the last five to ten minutes of the trial class, to discuss our findings, future directions, and course overview.

* For 2 pax adults group class, fees will be $60 for 60 mins instead.

* For students aged 7 and under, fees will be $30 for 30 mins instead.