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Mickey Vershbow Drum Lessons

262 Meserole Street, Brooklyn

$33 for $60 Worth of Services — Mickey Vershbow Drum Lessons

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From the merchant: As one of the few female drum teachers in NYC, Mickey offers private drum lessons at her studio in Williamsburg.

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3 ratings3 reviews
April 16, 2019
Mickey is awesome! She’s really skilled, and kind and understanding to newcomers. I bought 3 more classes!
1 ratings1 reviews
August 23, 2018
I gave a first lesson voucher to my girlfriend as a gift because she's always wanted to learn to play the drums. She enjoyed the lessons so much that she continued taking them. Mickey allows you to reserve a space and drum kit for practice sessions, so my girlfriend did that as well. Great deal!
6 ratings4 reviews
November 19, 2017
Micky is knowledgeable and patient Its a pleasure leading with her
13 ratings5 reviews
April 23, 2017
Mickey is great at what she does . She is very knowledgeable about musical Instruments . She is Young and friendly .

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About A Chat with Mickey Vershbow Drum Lessons

What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Mickey specializes in teaching women and gender non-conforming students (men are welcome too!) who seek a supportive, safe, and non-competitive environment where they can learn to play drums and empower themselves to master an instrument that they've not previously had the resources to explore.

Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring?
I'll provide everything we need for the lesson: top of the line drum-sets, n extensive library of drum instruction books, plenty of sticks, pen and paper, speakers for listening to music, and other learning tools such as guitars and keyboards!

What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
When I first moved to NYC, I began working with Tom Tom Magazine on a drum school run by women. The goal was to provide a space for women to learn from other women in a field largely dominated by men. I found myself tremendously inspired by the responses we got, and eventually opened my own studio.

What do you love most about your job?
Getting to build a relationship with students and see them grow in more ways than they expected through the discipline of learning and mastering an instrument. The pure joy they start tapping into as their skills develop - the feeling of playing music that they'd always imagined.