01 Jun Leytonstone Drum Lessons Available – Welcome Sam Thomas!
A big welcome to Leytonstone-based drum teacher Sam Thomas! Sam is the latest drum teacher to be added to our roster of tutors in the North London Drums hub. If you’re looking Leytonstone drum lessons, then make sure you contact us for more details.
Sam has a huge amount of playing and recording experience. His studio based is based just a short walk from Leytonstone station, accessible via the Central line. So if you’re based in Leytonstone, Wanstead, Snaresbrook, Walthamstow or Woodford please do get in touch as it’s likely that Sam’s studio is a short commute for you.
UPDATE: If you’re based in East London, we’ve just opened up a new hub there. Do check out www.eastlondondrums.co.uk for more information.
Sam has been drumming since he was just four years old. He started percussion lessons really young but these very quickly turned into drum lessons. By the time he was a teenager Sam was teaching himself guitar, piano and bass.
Sam studied a commercial music course at the University of Westminster. During his time at university he performed live with the band Saiga whilst also developing his own compositions. After his degree, Sam took up a work experience opportunity at Barber Shop production company. This opportunity quickly turned into a record deal. With the guidance of John Benedict and Mark Sutherland, he worked tirelessly for two years to complete his album. His debut album Blind Theatre had its release in October 2013.
Sam currently teaches out of his self-built garden studio. In between drum lessons he’s working on his next album, and commissions for dance, theatre and film.
To find out much more about Sam, you can check out his profile here.
Contact Sam for Leytonstone drum lessons:
If you’re based near or in Leytonstone and you’re interested in taking some drum lessons with Sam, make sure you contact us so we can get you set up!
Watch this space for our interview with Sam, coming online next month!
UPDATE: Sam’s interview is now online! Check out the interview right here to find out more about Sam and his teaching philosophy.