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Affordable drum lessons for students of all ages in Edinburgh.

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1 Hour at your home

£ 35
Per lesson
  • Individual Lessons
  • Pay as you go
  • Weekly or Fortnightly
  • Suitable for Adult & Younger Learners
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1 Hour at my studio

£ 28
Per lesson
  • Individual Lessons
  • Pay as you go
  • Weekly or Fortnightly
  • Suitable for Adult & Younger Learners
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“Bruno is good company, an accomplished drummer and a patient tutor. I have learned to play along to my favourite tracks.”

Dave
Student
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“Bruno is a great drum teacher - knowledgeable, thorough but also fun and easy-going. Each lesson is a good balance of exercises/new methods and learning real well-known rock and pop songs, which is a great motivation.”

Anna Claybourne
Student
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“Bruno is a very competent drummer and a extremely patient teacher. I have no previous music knowledge, and he was very clear in the explanation of thing like tempo and beats, which for me are new concepts.”

Giulia Filippelli
Student
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Frequently Asked Questions

No, not at all - I am more than happy to teach you the basics of how to play the drums, as well as the basics of music more generally. No prior knowledge needed before our first lesson.

Absolutely, I welcome students from the ages of 10 upwards to attend my drum lessons.

For my experience, the best frequency is 1h/week or 1h/fortnight - this consistent approach to learning enables the student to build on the knowledge that they have learned over time. If someone is particularly motivated, we can arrange 2h/week, as well as 1h/4weeks if someone is particularly busy. For any question do not hesitate to get in touch.

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