Paul is now offering drum lessons when he is on tour with Trivium.
Sign up for drum lessons with Paul by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simply add your city that you’re from in the subject line and then briefly explain your history and goals with drumming.
Prices and rates will be emailed.
Paul understands that each and every one of his students are unique, and has their own goals and passions for drumming. Therefore, Paul personally customizes each and every one of his student’s lesson plans, so that each student can reach their highest potential, but due to time constraints a lesson with Paul at the Music Garage should be geared towards students seeking a one time supplemental lesson.
Hand-technique, foot-technique, various reading studies, independence studies, odd meters and most importantly the concept of “groove” for all styles of music.
“It’s better to practice something than nothing, but it’s also better to practice with a particular goal in mind”
Paul has been teaching private drum/percussion lessons for over 10 years and is a lesson contributor for Modern Drummer and Sick Drummer Magazine where he submits transcribed original lesson plans. Other Sick Drummer contributing artists include but are not limited to: Chris Pennie (Coheed and Cambria), Derek Roddy (Serphants Rise/Traumedy), Tim Yeung (Vital Remains/Divine Heresy), Sein Reinert (Cynic/Aeon Spoke), Bobby Jarzombek (Rob Halford/Spastic Ink), George Kollias (NILE), Mike Smith (Suffocation) and many more reputable drummers.
Paul attended the prestigious Berklee College of Music and he received his Associates in Percussion from Joliet Junior College, which is an accredited school of NASM. Paul is featured on Joliet Junior College’s website here.