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How can I get work experience in the music industry?

Depends on what kind of experience you seek. if it's creative realated, don't contact companys, but rather contact individuals, musicians, producers, tell them that you admire their work, mention something they did recently, ask them the same question, dont ask fo work experience, ask for advice, if they can help they will be more likely to give you a chance, that if you force a CV through official email

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Experienced Drum Tutor and Instructor I was born in Vancouver, grew up in Germany and later moved to London. I started playing the drums at the age of 9, and after my first band experiences, I was recruited by various artists to play shows throughout Germany. I study drums at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute and work as a session drummer for touring and recording artists internationally. _________________ My online lessons are designed to teach you a specific skillset, step by step with guidance and accountability, classically structured for beginners and advanced players. Whether you want to improve your speed, fills, grooves, independence or technique, my live sessions are a great place to start. ​ ​Step by step you will receive a wide-ranging program that introduces you to various styles and also teaches you theoretical approaches to playing the drums. Taking a combined approach of applied sheet music and programming drumlines, you will be able to play and meet your own standards or those of your band - whether it’s for practising, for live gigs or for the studio. Playing the drums is pure action and loads of fun. You’re the one who gets to hold the steering wheel in a band. Rock, Metal, Punk, Funk, Soul, Jazz, Latin - it doesn’t matter. After all, the drums can handle any style and I’ll show you how it’s done. You will be excited, inspired and engaged with music. Lessons for drummers with little to no experience. ​ Keys: - Coordination - Rudiments and technique - Reading - Hand and foot speed - Reading - Fills - Grooves - Independence - Performance So please, get in touch.

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