Each month we feature one of our Teacher Integration Program members. This month we take a look at Canada’s Jayson Brinkworth.
Each month we spotlight a different teacher from our Teacher Integration Program. This month we look at Switzerland’s Andy Luescher.
I’ve been thinking about the whole process of teaching and the passing of knowledge and skills to others. This got me thinking about the subject of teaching, and specifically the imagined teaching “chain” that can exist in our minds.
Each month, Hudson Music features a different teacher from our Teacher Integration Program (TIP). This month, we focus on Claude Hoffmann from Brussels and Luxembourg
Each month, Hudson Music features a different teacher from our Teacher Integration Program (TIP). This month, we focus on Dario Esposito from Rome, Italy.
Each month Hudson Music features a different teacher from our Teacher Integration Program. This month we take a look at France’s Rob Hirons.
With drumming, the quickest way to learn something is to actually slow things down. Never try to learn something at the tempo you ultimately want to be able to play it at!
Hudson Music and the Drummers Collective host first TIP Educators Day On Sunday, April 11, 2010, Hudson Music and Drummers Collective co-sponsored an all day event aimed at continuing education, sharing of ideas, and motivational concepts for private drum teachers. Held at The Collective in New York City, the event was offered to members of […]
Each month Hudson Music spotlights as educator from our Teacher Integration Program. This month we feature Switzerland’s Alain Rieder. I’m located in Geneva, Switzerland, and I teach both at my own studio and at International School Geneva. I teach about 20 students a week, one on one, and they range from beginner to advanced, children to adults. One fourth are girls or women at the moment
On Sunday April 11th, the Drummers Collective in New York City will team up with Hudson Music’s Teacher Integration Program to present a full day of seminars, clinics and master classes tailored specifically for drumset teachers. Get all the details on this limited attendance event right here!
This month’s Hudson Music TIP featured teacher spotlight focuses on California’s Robert Ferrell
Happy New Year everyone! I hope 2010 brings you health, wealth and a busy calendar of drumming! There are a lot of new and exciting things happening for us here at Hudson and the TIP. Let me bring you up to speed on a few of them.
As we enter this new modern age, it seems that the roles we play in everyday life are becoming more and more integrated. For years parents have been part time drivers, nurses, cooks, housekeepers, etc. In the workplace, just about every job requires that an employee become part time computer programmer. The term multitasking no longer means doing two things at once, It now refers to juggling five or six tasks, and helping someone else out at the same time! As such, the role of the drum teacher is also changing. But I do think that teachers who don’t take on some of the roles we’ll talk about in this article are missing out on some wonderful ways to enhance their relationships with their students.