Drums and marching drums
The drums are the heart of the band, the engine and a versatile instrument. Whether you play rock, pop or heavy, you are welcome to drum lessons! There are five drum sets in the class; each student plays their own set and the teacher one. The marching drum group plays four different instruments in a larger group: a snare drum, a tenor drum, a bass drum and cymbals. Each song is choreographed to combine movement and music. You can participate in the marching drum group from the age of 10, adults are also welcome, no prior playing skills are required.
Flute and clarinet
The flute and clarinet are classified as woodwind instruments. The flute and clarinet can be used to play a wide variety of music from classical to pop and swing. You can start playing the flute at the age of 6-7 and playing the Clarinet at the age of 7-8. The flutes are available with a curved mouthpiece, so small hands don’t have to reach that far. When the kids are a few years older they can move on to a regular-length flute. There is no upper age limit for starting flute or clarinet playing. The clarinets come in many sizes and vibrations, the most common being the Bb-tuned clarinet.
Singing is a nice and rewarding hobby that can be started in Tauko at the age of 12 but also as an adult! Whether you’re interested in developing your voice and singing technique, interpreting songs, finding your own expression, or even singing a style of music, Singing Lessons are a great way to do that. At rhythm music school Tauko, singing is very student-oriented – each singer can influence the material being rehearsed, and qualified teachers will help you achieve your goal. Singing lessons are available as both group and individual lessons.