Innovative Drum Lessons in Toronto!
Our drum lessons are hard to beat (unlike our puns). Catering to Toronto’s diversity, we offer drum lessons in all styles for drum set and hand drums. Our drum studio features two kits that face each other, so you can follow your instructor closely.
As a performance-based music school, we encourage students to participate in our recitals and events at around Toronto. There’s also opportunities for youth to learn drums in a group setting via our rock band course where they perform and record an album every semester. In the summer, our Toronto Music Camp is a huge hit (get it?) for young drummers. These experiences help students develop as musicians beyond the ability to play drums and prepare them for real-world experiences, whether they pursue professional drumming or not.
Prospective students get a $23 trial drum lesson with one of our highly skilled drum teachers, based on their interests and preferences. All of our drum lessons include coordination skills (hand and foot independance), sight reading, improvisation, and technique. New students are eligible for two months of hand drum rentals –free.
If you want the best drum lessons Toronto has to offer, try our music school!
We “Beat Out” Other Drum Lessons in Toronto
- Private drum lessons with highly qualified drum teachers
Our drum teachers have extensive training, gigging, and teaching experience.
- $23 trial drum lesson
Find the perfect drum teacher. Ask questions and set goals before registering.
- Free hand drum rental for two months
We offer free hand drums or practice pad rentals for new drum students.
- Record your awesome drum skills. Show off on stage.
Take advantage of our recording studio. Perform at cool venues in Toronto.
- Drum in a rock band or summer camp
Don’t drum alone! Join our Toronto Music Camp and Rock Band program.
- Fair and affordable
We’ve got fantastic lesson policies and rates and we’re open 7 days a week.
- Clean and professional
Our newly renovated drum studios are equipped with two full kits.
- Safety first
All our drum teachers must pass a Vulnerable Sector Check
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Our Drum Teachers
Jordan Nicholas Kane is a highly skilled and trained musician. Delving in musical areas such as being a prominent militant and jazz drummer, Jordan is also a burgeoning classical and jazz pianist and vocalist with over two decades of experience on all his instruments.
From beginner basics to perplexing polyrhythms, Vince will be sure to get you into the groove.
Whether your interest is guitar or drums, get ready to dig into some funk, vibe some reggae, jam some prog rock, and much more !
An experienced, well-rounded drum instructor who’s comfortable with a wide range of styles. Recognises and respects that each individual student will have unique tastes, skills and backgrounds and therefore does not adhere to a “one size fits all!” approach to teaching. Believes in maintaining a fun, patient approach when working with students while at the same time encouraging them to test their limits and realise their full potential.
Eric Thorfinnson is a radiantly energetic and thoroughly experienced guitar, bass, piano, and drum teacher from the Toronto area. With a deep knowledge of music theory, composition, and experience touring and teaching all across the US and Canada, he delights in sharing his passion for all the facets of music with his students and watching them grow.
Tom is a Guinness World Record title holder as the Fastest Drummer with 1,208 single strokes in 60 seconds. Using strong rudiment based technique as a foundation for his success, he has also created a large following on YouTube with his creative video content. With Tom, students will be able to explore a wide variety of musical styles while learning the core skills to excel on the drums.
Award-winning multi-instrumentalist, Dylan Rockett, is an honours grad from York University’s Music program and a full-time musician in Toronto. He teaches drums, rock bands, and audition preparation.
Top Reasons to Learn Drum Set
1. Get your angst out by beating the heck out of something!
2. Talented drummers are in high demand for bands. You’ll always have a job.
3. Learning drums as a secondary instrument improves overall rhythmic skills.
4. Get a great workout, burn calories, and break a sweat. Just ask Poundfit!
5. Who knows, maybe you’ll be the next Neil Peart!
6. Studying percussion can improve ADHD, depression, and IQ.
7. Learning drums is fairly easy compared to melodic instruments.
8. Playing percussion can boost your immune system.
9. Develop superior coordination skills that translate into other aspects of life.
10. Drumming helps kids with special needs.
Drum Lessons FAQ
Why is it so hard to find a female drum teacher in Toronto?
We’d love to hire a qualified female drum teacher – if one applied. We strongly encourage females take drum lessons.
Can play drums in front of an audience through your music school?
Yes! What’s the point in learning drums if you can’t show off? We’re a performance based music school!
How can I practice if I don’t have a full kit or can’t make noise?
We’ve put together some drum lesson practice tips but you can always buy an electric kit with headphones.
Are drummers even real musicians since they don’t play melodies or chords?
Yes, drummers are real musicians. Learning drums takes immense coordination and artistic skills.
I am self taught. How can drum lessons help me improve?
For starters, helping you unlearn all the mistakes you’ve taught yourself. Learning drums by yourself isn’t a good idea.
How do I pick the right drum instructor?
You should take a trial lesson and interview the drum teacher before making a commitment. Here are 6 things you should consider.
Is it true that it’s never too late to learn drum set?
Adults face different challenges than kids when taking drum lessons for the first time. Here some great tips to succeed.
Are there any good drum tutorials online?
Want some extra help learning to play drums online? Get free drum lessons and tutorials here: DrumsPlayerWorld.com