Drummer Tyler Peasley of Seattle's Reverend Bear
Music is an essential part of a well-rounded education and crucial for brain development for young and old.
Studies consistently show that children who learn to play an instrument develop stronger math and language skills than those who don't.
Children who enjoy playing an instrument are also happier, more confident and more creative throughout their life.
Music education is a gift that your children will cherish forever.
Source: Psychological Science Journal, Vol. 14, No. 6, December 2005)/NAMM Foundation.
Drum Lessons: Jazz, Latin, Rock & more
Amidst a vigorous performance schedule, David Levin studied extensively with master drummer Brian Kirk from 2002-2004. During his studies with Professor Kirk, he solidified his jazz, Latin, and fusion playing while continuing to develop his passion for rock, reggae, and flamenco.
While at the University of Washington studying Spanish, he was involved in the UW jazz ensembles and studied with John Bishop.
Some of David’s local performances include but are not limited to: McCall Hall Grand Opening Ceremony, Seattle International Children’s Festival, Folklife Festival, Kirkland Performance Center, Triple Door, and numerous engagements at Nectar, The Tractor Tavern, The Crocodile, and The Columbia City Theater.
Drum Lessons: Rock, Metal
Tino was born in Germany and raised in Italy. He started playing music when he was 8 years old, mostly playing rock and punk genres. By age 10, he started taking private lessons which he would continue to do for the following decade.
Tino moved to Seattle in 2008 and quickly started networking with other musicians in the area. He joined local bands and played shows at many bars, clubs and venues across the city and the country.
In 2014, Tino received an Audio Engineering degree from Shoreline Community College. During his studies, he focused on drum recording techniques, producing, and editing sound. He also developed a deeper knowledge of music history and business management.
Tino later received a B.A. in 2016 and a M.A. in 2018 from the University of Washington in Digital Media Communications.
For more info, here is a link to Tino's website.
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Drum lessons student Skylar K. at a recent music recital at Shoreline Music School.
Drum lessons student Alina L. at a recent music recital at Shoreline Music School.
Drum lessons student Ava D. at a recent music recital at Shoreline Music School.