Drum lessons Montreal – In-Studio, At-Home or Online

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Looking for drum lessons in Montreal? The Musiprof music school is made up of a network of experienced and highly qualified drum teachers who offer drum lessons in Montreal. Each teacher has an advanced degree in music education or performance, and the experience to adapt each lesson to your interests. Whether you are looking for drum lessons for kids, or to start a new hobby, we have the right teacher to meet your needs. Musiprof is committed to providing you with qualified teachers, thanks to our teacher selection criteria.

Drum lessons Montreal – Find Passionate And Qualified Teachers

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How it Works

Step 1

Search for a teacher:

Compare different teachers based on criteria that matter to you, including location, age, experience, and teaching style.

Step 2

Contact your teacher:

Contact the teacher of your choice to schedule a first lesson. Once the lesson is scheduled, a payment request will be sent by email.

Step 3

Take a Lesson Package:

If you feel it’s a good fit with your teacher, lessons are sold in packages of 5, 10 or 15 lessons. Pay for the lessons using your credit card.

FAQ

How much do drum lessons cost in Montreal?

30 minutes: $ 25.40
45 minutes: $ 33.00
60 minutes: $ 40.30
The price of drum lessons in Montreal varies from teacher to teacher and depends on the length of the lessons.
On average the prices are as follows.

What equipment do I need for my drum lessons?

There are only 3 things you need before your first drum lesson: a pair of drum sticks, a pen and notebook, and a smile!
The teacher will provide the drum set unless you have signed up for home lessons.
In general, it is a good idea for students to have a drum set at home for practise, but it is not required.

Is it better to learn on electronic or acoustic drums?

It is best to learn on acoustic drums, as the student learns to understand “touch” and extract the sound from the instrument.
That being said, a lot of people simply can’t have an instrument as loud as an acoustic drum set in their home.
In these cases, an electronic drum set is the solution. Electronic drums are a lot of fun and offer a quieter alternative to an acoustic kit.The advantages of an electronic drumset and an acoustic drumset

How do I choose the best electronic drum kit for my needs?

There are several factors to consider before purchasing an electronic drum kit.
To better understand the different factors as well as to consult a list of electronic drums,
read our article: How to choose the best electronic drums to meet my needs?

Do online drum lessons work well?

Most of our teachers have been offering online drum lessons since the pandemic. In order for online drum lessons to work well, you need to make sure you are well equipped.
You will need a high speed internet connection, a laptop with a webcam and a microphone to properly control the drum set volume.
If you have an electronic drum kit, it is possible to plug it directly into a computer with USB. This will allow you to easily adjust the volume.
*Studying drumming technique with a practice pad is more easily done online.
To get an idea of ​​what an online lesson looks like, take a look at our blog article: What Do Online Drum Lessons Look Like?

Which drumsticks should I buy for my drum lessons?

Vic Firth 5A drum sticks are the most widely used sticks and work very well for most styles of music.
5B is ideal for rock music and 7A for jazz. To learn more about buying drumsticks and where to buy them online, read: The 3 Best Drumsticks for Beginners (Easy Choice)

What are the best songs to learn on the drums as a beginner?

We Will Rock You – Queen
Roar – Katy Perry
Eye of the Tiger – Survivor
Boulevard of Broken Dreams – Green Day
My Girl – The Temptations
For more information on how to play the songs listed here, read our article 5 Easy Drum Songs for Beginners.

Where can I rent a rehearsal room to practice on a drum kit in Montreal?

Solo Drums in Montreal offers great prices for renting a room with a drum set for practice. They are located right in front of the Parc metro station.
Hourly rate: $ 11.50 CAD
20-hour block: CAD $ 172.46 (equals CAD $ 8.60 per hour)

About Musiprof

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Musiprof is a music school that offers drum lessons in Montreal, as well as electronic drum lessons in Montreal. Our teachers are qualified, patient and inspired.
Our drum lessons are offered at our accredited teachers’ studios, in-home or online. Electronic drum lessons Montreal also available.
To find a drum teacher in Toronto, visit: Drum Lessons Toronto
To find a Vancouver Drum Teacher visit: Vancouver Drum Lessons

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