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Eric Woolston
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Cell:416 602 7485
Teaching Location:Toronto, Ontario, M6H 3W4
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About Eric Woolston

Hello my name is Eric Woolston and I am currently accepting new students. Over the last eight years of teaching privately I have learned how to combine the fundamentals of drumming (groove, improvisation, technique, reading) into a fun program that allows students to achieve their individual goals while acquiring the skills to learn for themselves.

Check me out on Facebook!! - 8 years of teaching experience - Honours Bachelor of Music - National and International performance experience - All ages and levels welcome - Comfortable teaching many styles including: rock, pop, jazz, latin, brazilian, reggae etc - Prepare for university/college auditions both jazz and classical programs. - Clean professional studio located with in walking distance of Dufferin station or enjoy being taught in the comfort of your own home.
REASONABLE RATES $35 per lesson $120 package includes four hour lessons $25 per half hour lesson $80 package includes four half hour lessons !!FREE TRIAL LESSON!! Contact 416 602 7485

Originally from Sarnia Ontario, Eric moved to Toronto from Waterloo ON where he completed his Honours, Bachelor of Music degree in Orchestral Performance. Eric's first year in Toronto was spent at Humber College where he studied vibraphone with Mark Duggan and drum set with Mark Kelso. Eric continued studying drumset with world renowned educator Jim Blackley and jazz piano with Greg Dedenus. Some of Eric's musical highlights have included multiple European tours, CBC Radio sessions, major festval performances and professional theatre work. Aside from performance, Eric is a dedicated educator. He currently is the instructor of percussion at the Dixon Hall Music School and operates his own private studio.

Current Projects: Maylee Todd & Pegwee Power (original indie/soul/funk) Big Sound (27 piece Motown Orchestra) STAR POWER (pop/rock coverband) Friendlyness and the Human Rights (roots reggae) Os Tropies (Brazilan 60's, 70's Tropicalia)

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I have played Maylee Todd in Tokyo at Billboard live, recorded for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and supported headlining artists at the Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Ottawa Jazz Festivals.