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 "Fab Hands' Rhythms", Percussion Workhops

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Jazz Masterclass

Hello Drummers

Drum Key

We are proud to announce that this year’s Drum key’s master class will be taking place around the last week of September first week of October, (to be confirmed), just to let you enough with time to plan ahead. (Please show interest to book, limited places, Sat and Sun only) with Trevor Tomkins.

For those that were so lucky to be there last year,Pete Cater

, big band leader, solo artist and top notch, great educator, gave us a un unforgettable lesson (oh you were on holiday! Na na ), he made us think outside the box, regarding time keeping, sight reading, and showed us how it is done at 100 % in the professional world.

This year we have an amazing legend coming to give us his incredible insight into Jazz (and hopefully few jokes) and a first class comping and brush technique class, why? because he is the one and only Trevor Tomkins, Jazz innovator from the 60 to yesterday, top educator with Trinity’s Jazz department the one and only hard working, ever reachable round legend.

He might have been played around every available outlet around with enough quality to bring the best Jazz musicians, yes sometimes even free, (Residency of the Red Lyon Isleworth, back on September 2017, Monday’s).

Well due this year we are mostly working on grades 1 to 5 (rock school/Trinity Guildhall) and most of you decided to go for more Jazz choices, involving, independence, technique on stick and brush alike, and sight and reading from 4/4 to 12/8, 3/4, 7/8 etc....Therefore this is the way to do it.

Well you all should be there! (parents can stay, free coffee and nibbles, parking, toilets) Trevor is not only the most reachable jazz drummer and teacher, one day, Ronny scoots another regular Jazz clubs, he is in the encyclopaedias’ of Jazz, he also is a master on brush technique, he learned from the guys that developed it, Philly Joe Jones plus, see his C.V. for more details, it will be fun and else.

The fee for the day (around 11:30 – 15:00, be at 11:00 to accommodate you) would be £35 for adults, groups of two (parent/child- siblings, Husband /wife) and under 13’s conceptions, limited places, just, say to us if you are interested or not, and we will booked you. 07852304761

Now the work shop/master class will be around 4 hours, with a little break, everyone will be have the chance to play, (2 jazz kits available, p.a. etc) in order to learn top brush technique and jazz comping, soloing, all printed material will be free, no extra expenses, free parking, tea and coffee, and parking, plus two free CD’s for everyone with the best choices of tracks from Trevor’s Jazz collection , and mine.

Oh go on live a little.

Say yes, not payment needed until September.

You need to bring your own pair of sticks, brushes, and a practice pad, and a smile, please feel free to pass the word of the master class and the lessons alike, flyers attached.

Trevor Ramsey Tomkins (born 12 May 1941 in London) is an English jazz drummer best known for his work in a number of British bands in the 1970s, including Gilgamesh.

His recorded several albums with pianist Michael Garrick and Don Rendell in the late 1960s and early 1970s. In the 1970s, he worked with Ian Carr's Nucleus, Giles Farnaby's Dream Band, David Becker and Henry Lowther's Quaternity. He appears on the 1971 album First Wind by Frank Ricotti and Mike de Albuquerque and on Tony Coe's 1978 album Coe-Existence.

He is the first cousin of Roy Budd (jazz pianist and film composer of "Get Carter" fame), and Peter C. Budd (jazz guitarist living in Chicago), and was a member of various trios and other line-ups with Roy Budd.

 Luiscomp/Drum Key


Once every 5 or six week percussion workshop for groups from 6 to 10 drummers. Samba and Bembe rhythms for small or medium walkabout band.

Experience, serious and save environment, free music material, soft drinks , toilet and parking facilities, exceptional value for money!

90 minutes lessons, performance for students and parents every half term .

Contacts for information

Facebook: Luis Lopez



Next workshop on the forthcoming Year 2015 will be May's half term.

I will keep you informed.

See you there


Last workshop worked fantastically, unfortunately the audio is a bit saturated, but here are some pics.

Thank you


The great "Fab Hand's Rhythms" combo in action, noizzzzzy!

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