Setting Yourself Up for Success: Efficient Practice Planning

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 Fastest Hands contest and weekly Lucky Draw.  Our Super Sessions are proudly sponsored by Zildjian.

Double-Header Workshop

10:30 – Easy Hacks to Drum Tuning and Reskinning Presented by Dieter van Zyl
11:00 –Setting Yourself Up for Success: Efficient Practice Planning
12:00 – Fastest Hands

Fastest Hands

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: Setting Yourself Up for Success - Efficient Practice Planning

Did you know that your practice sessions should be more in-depth than you sitting in front of your kit playing? While there is a lot of value to just playing, it will not help you achieve the heights of the tops drummers in the world.

Instead, if you want to become a world-class drummer, it is imperative that you focus and plan out your practice sessions. During this free Drum Month workshop, Dolf Lombard will guide you through the basics of planning an efficient practice session.

What to Expect

  • Take a hard look at your playing, and where you want your playing to be.
  • Figuring out which methods will work best for you.
  • Practising in context.
  • Slow. It. Dooooown.
  • Consistency and perseverance is key, Rome was not built in a day.

The Details

Where: Shop 16, Checkers Centre
c/o Main & Gordons Street
Somerset West
When: 24 August 2019
Entry: Free

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More About Dolf Lombard

Dolf Lombard started playing when he was only 7-years old.

At the age of 11, Dolf got his first drum kit, and he started getting lessons a private music school in Strand. After about three years of lessons, he decided it was time to move on.

When Dolf got to High School, he took music as a subject. He starting taking part in school activities like the drumline, musicals, and even played a few eisteddfods.

In his matric year, he joined his first band, and since then Dolf has played in a variety of bands. He currently plays in five bands and does session work. When not playing, Dolf can be found giving drum lessons from his home in Strand.