MOUSTACHEMUSIC.NET IS CHANGING TO NICKSCHLESINGER.COM

In order to give my service a more personalised profile and look, I’ve decided to move away from trading as Moustache Music to using own my name, Nick Schlesinger. But why? Primarily for selfish reasons, if I’ll be honest; I want my growing reputation to be synonymous with my own name as opposed to my company name.

But, this change also brings new beginnings; I’m moving to a studio of my own, being designed, front and centre, with teaching in mind.

That’s all great, but what does this mean to you… Why should you care?

Wait less, better experience

The website is built on a better platform that loads faster and works better, which means you wait less, and your experience is smoother.

Easier to get the latest content

The site also features better Social Media connectivity, which means you can get the latest content at the click of a button, and it’s easier than ever to get in touch with me.

More content

The Blog is now updated even more regularly, with new content offered at least once a month, so you benefit from fresh thinking and perspectives on drums, music, and beyond.

Discounts, competitions, etc

Easier to subscribe to the newsletter, which gives you a discount on your first lesson, and means that you’ll receive updates, not SPAM, for you to stay on top of what’s new, offers, competitions, etc.

Pretty to look at

And finally, the new site is really pretty. Took me ages to make!

Visit www.nickschlesinger.com to see it for yourself and find out more.

Thanks!

Nick x

By Julian Marsden
Posted on 22nd Aug, 4:11pm

SUMMER means...

FREE TRIAL LESSONS!

AUGUST & SEPTEMBER ONLY!

 
 

FREE MUSIC LESSONS 

 

In August and September ONLY, the Leeds Music Academy is offering FREE trial lessons to all students who wish to learn PIANO, GUITAR, DRUMS, BASS, SINGING, UKULELE, VIOLIN, SAXOPHONE AND TRUMPET.

Don't miss out!!

Click here to claim your offer.

By Julian Marsden
Posted on 6th Aug, 1:25pm

Oli Mason - Drum Kit and Percussion Teacher at The Drum Room Studios, Bristol.

Drum tuition in a purpose-built studio where both teacher and student have their own full drum kit to play for the duration of the lesson. I will draw from my life-long study of the drums and share my knowledge with you to take beginners and intermediate drummers up to the professional standard. We can work through the drumming essentials to develop musical technique and exercises to help you achieve your musical goals. Playing along to tracks is a great way to learn, which we can do from the very beginning!

We can also work on any of the following elements of drumming including: stick grip, posture, counting, dynamics, feel, fills, improvisation, creativity, originality, independence, speed, groove, articulation, reading sheet music, preparing for graded examinations and ways to stay motivated to create your own individual style.

Focus on a wide number of genres including Rock, Jazz, Swing, Funk, Metal, Blues, Reggae, Soul, Afro-Beat, Afro-Cuban, Latin, Fusion, Electronic/Breakbeat, Gospel, Contemporary Classical, Flamenco as well as hand-held Percussion instruments and the Cajon.

'The Drum Room' teaching studio has two full drum kits set up with cymbals ready to play and a P.A. system for song/click-track playback, as well as toilet and kitchen facilities. Hour long lessons are £20 and I am currently offering your first half-hour trial with me for absolutely FREE!!! After that you are free to decide when and how often you would like to have lessons with me (if at all), so you really have nothing to loose.

As well as currently teaching a number of dedicated young adults at the Drum Room Studios, I also perform with a diverse range of music projects. I have over 17 years of playing experience as a drummer and percussionist and have played with over 40 bands. I have also been leading workshops and teaching one-to-one since 2012, and have had extensive musical training throughout my education. Upon graduation from University, I freelanced for the Philharmonia Orchestra managing a regional education project called 'MusicLab', where I had a huge amount of experience teaching orchestral music to the very young, the elderly and thousands of members of the general public. I am DBS certified, First Aid and Fire Marshall trained and hold a 1st Class BA: (Hons) Degree in Music: Performance/Composition.

Oli Mason Drum Kit and Percussion Tutor,
The Drum Room Studios,
The Old Malt House,
Little Ann Street,
Bristol,
BS2 9EB.

Please email to arrange your 1st lesson.

Many thanks and happy drumming.


 

By Julian Marsden
Posted on 3rd Aug, 4:24pm


1 – 2 – 1 DRUM LESSONS

I am taking on a limited number of 1 – 2 – 1 drum students at my studio in Burnley.

Beginner to Advanced, or even if you just want to come and learn your favourite song.

My studio is equipped with 2 professional drum kits and PA System, it also has heating, CCTV cameras and somewhere for parents to sit in the lesson if they wish to do so.

Why come to me for lessons?

• Musicality & Musicianship
• Learn your favourite song
• Technique
• Versatility/ The ability to play all styles: Rock – Pop – Funk – Jazz – Blues, Etc.
• Reading Skills
• Co – Ordination
• Timing, Feel & Groove, Odd Time Signatures

How much for drum lessons?
30 minutes: £10
60 minutes: £15

Book you first 4 lessons in advance and get one FREE

For more information, please contact me on here or email me at: rick@rickhenry.co.uk

 

 

By Julian Marsden
Posted on 19th Jul, 4:02pm

Hi Everyone,

Due to expansion of the Business, East Midlands Performing Arts Academy, based in Mansfield now require drum teachers.

All applicants must be grade 6 and above within their discipline, DBS checked and relevant teaching experience. Knowledge of the RSL (Rockschool) syllabus would be preferable.

This post at present is Wednesday evenings 5-9pm + extra cover when required, pay is £14ph.

Would ideally suite working musician or recently qualified graduates, to join our excellent faculty and teaching environment.

All applicants please send CV to info@eastmidlandsperformingarts.com

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

 

By Julian Marsden
Posted on 13th Jul, 11:43am