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Drums

One-on-one

online sessions

55 mins

per session

1 - 5 times

per week

Drum on!

The modern Drum kit is a set of drums, normally 5 pieces, with cymbals that are set up on stands designed to be played by a single player using a pair of drumsticks by the hands and pedals by the feet hitting the instrument. Today, one can choose between an acoustic drum set or an electronic drum set. The different sizes of drums produce different kinds of pitches, although these are called indeterminate pitch. The 5-piece drum kit can always be extended from the basic configuration by adding more drums, more cymbals, and more percussions.  

The drum class of the Applied Music Platform is designed for anyone ages 7 years or older who wish to develop the fundamental skills or further their existing skills in playing the Drums. Whether you are a beginner or advanced student, our teachers are more than equipped to enhance your skills by giving quality instruction both in theoretical and practical aspect.

Instructors

Sandy Baliong

Sandy Baliong has been part of our Applied Music Program faculty since 2016. He is passionate about helping kids and teens to discover their God-given musical talents and to love playing the drums.

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Christian Daniel Borres

Christian Daniel Borres is one of the newest members of our drums and percussion faculty. A session musician by trade, he has worked with artists such as Moira dela Torre, Keiko Necesario, Acel Van Ommen, and Quest.

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Luke Sigua

Luke Sigua has been a part of our Applied Music Program faculty since 2018. An up-and-coming session musician, he is the mainstay drummer of local artists such as Moira dela Torre and Keiko Necesario.

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Course Options

5 sessions
Php 3,500
10 sessions
Php 6,500
20 sessions
Php 12,350
40 sessions
Php 23,400
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Course Price:

Php3500

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