Looking for Drum Lessons, Glenview, IL?
“Piano Power has been wonderful for us — we love our instructor, scheduling is easy to do, and billing is easy. We love the laid-back recitals. I recommend it to anyone.” -Jen, parent, Glenview
Why is it great to be a music student in Glenview?
Piano Power has experienced rapid growth in Glenview. We love our Glenview students, who benefit greatly from excellent music programs at Glenbrook South High School, and at Springman and Attea middle schools.
Our students are known to enjoy hip-hop and ballet classes at Driven2Dance, Bearfoot in the Park concerts hosted by the Glenview Park District, and Youtheatre at the nearby North Shore Center for the Performing Arts.
Our private lessons are appropriate for drummers aged 5 to 105. For students younger than five, we’re happy to discuss alternatives to private lessons. Somewhere around age 5, a combined increase in finger strength, reading ability, and concentration makes a student ready for private lessons.
Your drum teacher will work with you to create a practice plan that works for your student’s schedule. The single most important element of drum practice is regularity. We know our students are busy! But devoting even a modest amount of time each day to drum practice produces much better results than relying on weekly “cram sessions.” Ideally, your student will make drums a regular part of his or her day.
Piano Power recitals
If your student has been receiving drum instruction with Piano Power for three months or more, he or she is invited to participate in our annual spring recital. Held in June and December, the recital is a wonderful, low-key way to celebrate your student’s achievements. Our pianists perform a huge variety of repertoire — from classical to original compositions to Top-40 radio hits.
Read more about what makes Piano Power recitals so cool
We’re ready to match you with a great drum teacher!
We’d love to talk more with you about our terrific Glenview drum teachers, and how to get the most out of your drum student’s experience. Our abiding goal is that our students develop a lifelong love of music.
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