Ready For Some Drum Lessons!
Strum University offers drum lessons in North Phoenix from our brand new music studio. You can easily find us off the 101 and 17 freeways, near the Phoenix-Deer Valley Municipal Airport. So next time you’re in search of a local music studio looking for drum lessons in North Phoenix and surrounding areas, think of Strum University! Since you’ve landed on our Drum Lessons page we thought we should tell you something about our drum instruction program, what you will learn when taking drum lessons and a bit about our drum teachers and instructors.
One of our top drum instructors is Caroline Phillip. Caroline has been playing drums for 15 years and has been a drum teacher and giving drum lessons and instructions for the past several years. Fortunately for us, she is now providing drum lessons in North Phoenix here at Strum University. As a drum teacher, her curriculum involves spending time learning to read and play from books as well as playing by ear, as these are both essential skills of a well‐rounded player. She prepares all of her drum students to be able to play along with other instrumentalists and allows them to develop their own personal “style” as they go. Caroline loves helping students find their “inner beat!” She is truly a remarkable music instructor and drum teacher.
Strum University Studio Location:
320 W Lone Cactus Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85027
Drum Lessons Service Area: Phoenix, North Phoenix, , Deer Valley, Arrowhead Ranch, Desert Ridge, Desert View, Grayhawk, Kierland, Paradise Valley, Paradise Valley Village, North Scottsdale, Sun City, Glendale, Gainey Ranch, McCormick Ranch, North Mountain, Alhambra, Maryvale Village and surrounding areas.
FREE Trial Lesson!
Here at Strum University in North Phoenix we offer a variety of music and drum lessons for children and adults of all ages. We have music instructors on hand ready and able to teach you the basics and well beyond, helping to improve your technique and explore the world of music. Our core music lessons include the following areas: