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Kanae Makino

Japanese drum

teacher Kanae Makino


  • Trial 1 (660 JPY)
  • Regular 2 (5,170 JPY–)


Hello, I am Kanae Makino, a marimba percussionist! I am Kanae Makino, a marimba and percussionist. From beginners to those who aim to become professionals, I will provide careful and individualized instruction for each student. For example, For example, I can teach marimba and percussion lessons to children as young as 0 years old. (From 0 years old! Let's start with rhythmic and rhythm play!) For example, children who want to learn how to read music and understand rhythm! I want to learn how to read music and understand rhythm! (Brass bands are mainly keyboard percussion instruments, pops, Latin instruments, etc.) Timpani and crash cymbals are x) The tempo or groove is out of sync with the band. I am not good at keeping tempo, which is the life of percussion instruments, and I want to overcome this problem. I want to be a trusted percussionist! I want to be a reliable percussionist! I want to add percussion to my band, but I don't know how and where to put it in! (We offer specialized and in-depth lessons.) I want to improve my technique and expressiveness for a competition! I want to make the marimba my friend for life! Want to have fun with cajon in a casual and cool session! I want to have a high level of musical expression on the cajón that blends in with the other instruments! I want to learn how to play congas and how to groove in Latin and pop music! Healing during work! I want to relieve stress with taiko! I want to lose weight! I want to get into shape in a short period of time for my friend's wedding entertainment! I want to show my girlfriend how cool I am! There are many reasons to join us, so let's work together to improve our skills according to your goals and objectives! Let's work together to meet your goals and objectives! Basically, 2-3 times a month, but once a month, 4 or more times a month, one-shot, or short term are also available! Please consult with us. Please understand that I may not be able to give lessons on fixed days of the week due to my own performances and other commitments. Please note that I may not be able to give lessons on fixed days due to my own performances, etc. *It is preferable that students also have their own instruments (small drums and Japanese drums can be used for practice). It is preferable for students to have their own instruments (small drums and Japanese drums can be used as practice drums, etc.) so that they can take lessons as usual, If you do not have a drum, please bring sticks, mallets, or other bachi, as well as a practice board, If you don't have a drummer, we can still help you with reading music, practicing rhythm, giving advice on expression, and so on. (However, if you don't have sticks, mallets, or other sticks and mallets, as well as a practice table, we can give you advice on reading music, practicing rhythms, and expressing yourself. (We can also give lessons by hitting an unneeded magazine with a stick, or by hitting a hand, knee, table, or cardboard box.) If you want to have a lesson with a solid instrument, it would be better to use a music studio or the like. (Please contact us for details. (Please be careful of the communication environment in that case.) For younger children, we mainly play with rhythm, hands, etc., so you don't need anything. If you have a toy xylophone, please let us know! I am available from 10:00 to 18:00, depending on the day and location. I have a small child myself, so please understand that lessons are not available after 6pm on weeknights, and on weekends and holidays, I will be bringing my child. (My children are usually quiet, but I am sorry if they start singing when they start having fun...lol...it would be fun to do lessons with small children...☆) ** ** The warmth of the marimba wood can soothe you, or feel passionate with aggressive playing, or create a comfortable groove with an aggressive performance, or refresh yourself by moving your body and speaking out loud with the Japanese drums, or enjoy yourself changing! By the way, taiko requires a strong support of the body, If you don't have a good support system, your center of gravity will be off and you will get tired or hurt, So, we always have time for stretching and body building before each lesson, especially for long term students. We will proceed at a pace that suits the individual so that each student will have time for body building and stretching before touching the instrument! (We always aim to go a little above your current limits!) (We always aim to go a little beyond your current limits!) These instruments are difficult to get into shape in too short a period of time, They are percussion instruments that can make a sound if anyone strikes them. That is why they are fun and exciting instruments! That's why they are so difficult to make. Seeking a sound that only you can make and that will move people's hearts... I would be happy if I could help you make it from 0 to 1 and from 1 to 100. I hope this time will be an exciting time for you. Please feel free to contact me as I will be happy and serious! Thank you very much. ** ** Kanae Makino Profile* Kanae Makino began playing percussion at the age of 14. She graduated from the percussion course at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music. While in school, she studied classical music, including solo, ensemble, and brass band, He also studied Japanese drums, Latin percussion, marching, and angklung. In 2007, he performed as a taiko player at the 35th Sayuri Ishikawa Concert. In 2008, he won the Best Player Award at the Brass Band Summer School in England. In 2011, he performed as a percussionist in a special live concert with Eitetsu Hayashi, a taiko drummer, and Yoshio Inoue, a musical actor. Other Pan-copita" (Percussion group) Percussion group "Motoda Piano & Marimba Duo "Kou Pantomime group "Echoed Tokyo" organized by Parts Ishiba etc. Belongs to the following groups. Percussion Performance Players(PPP) Support member of Percussion Performance Players(PPP), etc. Marimba and percussion by Ryo Takada, Satoru Takeshima, Shigeru Mori, Toru Uematsu, chamber music by Mutsuko Fujii and Kikuko Ishii, Mutsuko Fujii and Kikuko Ishii for chamber music, Eitetsu Hayashi and Hiromitsu Nishikawa for Japanese drums, He studied Latin percussion under Christopher Hardy and Saori Sendo. Currently, he performs at schools, children's facilities, senior citizen facilities, parties, commercial facilities, festivals, etc., as well as at big festivals. She also supports big bands, gospel groups, and chorus groups, Collaboration with dance, pantomime, and calligraphy performance, etc. They are active in a wide range of genres. Instructor of marimba percussion and Japanese drums. Currently trying her hand at playing the marimba! ** ** Above all, I love the marimba, these instruments, and music! This feeling of excitement when I listen to it. The excitement of playing and strumming by myself. The image I want to convey becomes a sound, and I can play as I wish, When the audience is happy with tears in their eyes. When the audience bursts into applause and cheers. When they say thank you with a big smile on their face... I feel very, very happy. It is not just music that you can play well, it is music that conveys your feelings without words. And the drums beating wildly and desperately are cool, too, and the one shot with all one's heart and soul is also wonderful. Percussion instruments are easy to make sounds, so they can be used to add a touch of elegance to the surroundings, but they can also easily become just noise, It can also easily become just a noise. They can make or break in an instant. In an orchestra or brass band, there are many violins and clarinets, Percussion instruments have only one percussionist. In other words, the responsibility of one person is heavy. Each one of us should be a flower! It is important to have such a feeling, to imagine, to express, and to communicate, We take the time to carefully convey to them the importance of having such a feeling, the importance of imagining, and the need for skill to express and convey it.