Drum Month 2019 Super Session
Join us for our free Super Session! Come through for a double-header workshop, plus stand a chance to win prizes in our weekly Lucky Draw. Our Super Sessions are proudly sponsored by Zildjian.
10:30 – Understanding Stick & Skin Choices Presented by Dave Glen
11:00 – Applying Rudiments to Drum Kit Playing
12:00 – Lucky Draw
Enter on the day. Separate entries for over- and under-16’s. Bring your friends and see who can play the most drum strokes in 60 seconds! Zildjian sticks, stick bags, and vouchers up for grabs.
Headline Drum Clinic: Applying Rudiments to Drum Kit Playing
Have you ever wondered how to translate the rudiments you practice into drum chops? During this free workshop, Grant Halliday will teach you the basics of Applying Rudiments to Drum Kit Playing.
If you feel like what you are practising doesn’t seem to make sense in a real-world playing scenario, then this is the ideal workshop for you. By the end of the lesson, Grant will have given you the tools you need to look at your playing in a new way.
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What to Expect
- Understanding note values
- Hybrid Rudiments
- Hand/Feet combinations
- Keeping solid timing while playing drum fills
Where: Glenwood Village Music
Shop 101/102, Glenwood Village Centre
Corner of Che Guevara Rd & Hunt Rd
When: 10 August 2019
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More About Grant Halliday
Grant Halliday started playing the drums when he was only 12 years old. When he first started playing, he was fortunate enough to study under that legendary jazz master Jim Bailey. Bailey had a significant impact on the young Grant Halliday, and his influence is still present in Grant’s playing today.
Grant has had a successful music career and has had the opportunity to play at all the big music festivals in the country. He has played in both original and cover bands.
While not on stage, Grant can be found in the classroom, sharing his knowledge of music. He spent over 20-years teaching at the Thomas More College of Music. He is also a Trinity College of Music in London Grade 8 syllabus facilitator.