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Mr Daniel Neale BMus(Hons)

Qualifications:
BMus (Hons) Orchestral Percussion & Timpani
Instruments: Drum Kit
Percussion
Xylophone
Marimba (2 & 4 mallet)
Latin Percussion
Music Theory (Harmony & Counterpoint)
Keyboard Skills
Aural Skills
A-Level & GCSE Music Exams
Genre/Style(s): Classical
Jazz
Rock
Punk
etc.
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Notes:

I am the author of 'Practice Methods for Keyboard Percussionists' Vol. I & Vol. II. (Edition Svitzer)

I am an experienced teacher and educator having studied and taught to a professional level for many years. I teach from my home in Bath where I have a teaching studio containing a xylophone, marimba, drum kits (x2), practice pads and most orchestral accessories.
My professional playing experience has led to play in most of the UK's finest concert venues including - The Royal Albert Hall, St. David's Hall, Symphony Hall Birmingham, Royal Concert Hall, Birmingham Town Hall, The Sage Gateshead, Bridgewater Hall, Leeds Town Hall and Colston Hall amongst others.
I have spent time studying with some of the UK's finest Musicians including -

James Strebing (CBSO)
Jonathan Herbert (RTE National Symphony Orchestra, World Orchestra for Peace)
Liz Gilliver (RNCM, freelance with Hallé etc.)
Jason Huxtable (Maraca2 percussion duet)
Tim Palmer (Maraca2 percussion duet)
Malcolm Garrett (Freelance Drummer)
Elliott Bennett (Royal Welsh College of Music)
Clarke Tracey (Jazz Drummer, author of 'Exploring Jazz Drums' published by Schott)
Mike Williams (Jazz Saxophonist and educator)

Including masterclasses with the world's finest players -

Pius Cheung, Dave Weckl etc.

I teach all grades (1-8+) including ABRSM, RockSchool and Trinity Guildhall. I am happy to work with complete beginners to very advanced players of all ages.

I teach a variety of abilities to all my students, including sight reading and excellent technique.

I am a full member of the Percussive Arts Society.

Contact Daniel

Address: (Chilton Road)
Bath
BA1 6LP
Somerset
BA1 6AP
Phone: 07500444679
Fee (30 minutes): £15.00
Fee (60 minutes): £30.00

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