develop your technique to a professional level
think about musicality and how to create space in the music
incorporate ideas from classical music and various other music traditions into your playing
reach a higher level of virtuosity and learn advanced finger drumming techniques
I really love your courses and the way you teach, my style exactly. In level 3 course the sections are great and the explanations are very good. Perfect for advanced players.
With this course you can bring your technique to a professional level, learn advanced rhythmical concepts and a collection of compositions that use the new techniques.
94 video lessons
This video is part of chapter 6 and deals with the Split Hand technique
David Kuckhermann is a Grammy nominated and world renowned handpan player and percussionist based in Berlin, Germany. His musical teaching methods are based on more than 20+ years of playing and professional teaching experience.
He has taught more than 10,000 students from all around the world as the founder of online instrument education schools: Handpan Dojo and World Percussion Academy.
His Youtube channel has more than 10 million views and features a wide selection of performances and educational videos:.
He has performed his solo repertoire in famous concert halls including the Royal Albert Hall in London England, the Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley in California and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee.
He currently tours the world as freelancer, soloist and band-member of Dead Can Dance as well as teaching masterclasses for handpan players and percussionists.
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