Call or text @ 919.374.8166

PO BOX 27401 Raleigh, NC 27611

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LET'S ROLL.

Play a drum.
Carry on a tradition.

Group lessons commence in the Fall.

Instruction, uniforms and equipment provided.

Interested?  Submit your name and email  from the form below and include any percussion experience* you may have

in the message. 


We will be in touch with details.

* Submit your info even if you don't have drumming experience.

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CONTACT US.

Interested?  Submit your name and email  from the form below and include any percussion experience you have in the message.

Call or text @ 919.374.8166

 
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SCOTTISH DRUMMING?

Rudimental drumming is awesome. The physical and mental demands are intoxicating, the benefits can be felt in other areas of musical development, and a particular discipline is ingrained that can be carried into nearly all facets of life. The popular activities in the United States such as DCI, WGI, BOA, DCA, high school bands, and college bands provide lifelong experiences and friendships that can take us all over the world.

While nearly every PAS member has had some, if not extensive, American rudimental studies, the unfortunate reality is that after age 23, our performance opportunities become limited. Unless, you take on Scottish drumming and join a pipe band... 

Learn more about Scottish drumming from Michael Eagle at Rythm monster HERE.