Drum and Charting Lesson Available Online and In Our Studio
$35 per half hour and $60 an hour (recommended to progress faster)
I recommend scheduling a 2 hours session. ($120)
If you would like to continue, schedule a 1-hour lesson as needed. $60 per hour
I recommend scheduling a 1-hour lesson once a week for fast progress for 6 months. $60 per hour
I can teach you all you need to know and put you on the right drumming path to success.
My name is Liz Ficalora and I have been playing here in Nashville for 25 years.
Author of "How To Write a Fast and Easy Drum Chart"
Artists I have worked and toured with Madame Gandhi, Pam Tillis, Stella Parton, Charlie Louvin.
• Beginner to Advanced, All Ages|
• Lessons Designed to Your Needs
• Learn to Play Your Favorite Songs
• Learn How to Tune Your Drums
• Learn Techniques to Increase Hand and Foot Speed
• Learn How to Read Rhythmic Notation
• Learn How to Read and Play the Nashville Number System
• Learn How to Write Your Own Drum Charts
Lesson Taught in Teaching Studio in Nashville
(Thompson Lane near 24)
Contact me to schedule a lesson.
Liz is an Experienced Teacher
Liz is an experienced teacher, clinician, author with Alfred Publishing, producer and engineer and has taught master classes based upon her book for drummers called “How to Write a Fast and Easy Drum Chart, teaching drummers how to write drum music. Currently, she is the CEO and designer of a new Web App called Drum Chart Builder that builds one-page drum charts for all mobile devices. She has taught clinics at Guitar Center, MTSU, The Percussion and Arts Society International Convention, The SAE Institute, The Musicians Union and TSU. She is a member of ASCAP as a Publisher and Writer, 257 Musicians Union, PAS, Club Cubase and is currently performing The Paint Sisters Band.
Liz is endorsed by REMO, Vic Firth Education Program, Louie Bellson, Gary Chaffee, Rich Redmond, Jeff Salem, and Lalo Davila.
She has been featured in DRUM! Magazine, Tom Tom Magazine Berklee Today.
Liz has a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Boston’s Berklee College of Music. Under the tutelage of Berklee’s finest teachers such as Gary Chaffee, Fusion and Jazz artist, Keith Copeland; Jazz artist, and Fred Budda from the Boston Pops, Liz has grown into a hardworking professional musician touring at age 16 and recording her first album at age 19 with the Calliopes Children Steel Band. She is an Award Winning Jingle Writer and a certified K-12 instrumental and vocal instructor.
She is an accomplished and experienced musician who has toured with Stella Parton and performed with Pam Tillis, Charlie Louvin, Walter Egan, The Carnival Cruise Lines and produced The Paint Sisters with John Carter Cash.
Today she is still performing and touring with Nashville artists, teaching private lessons and master classes and producing and engineering sessions in Tennessee. Liz has lived here in Nashville for 20 years.