Teaching: Drums and Guitar
Levels: Beginners to Advanced
Genres: Jazz, Latin, Blues, Funk, Rnb, and any other musical style.
Available: Days and hours subject to the teacher’s availability.
Duration: 30 mins and a 1-hour class.
10 week Lesson*: Individual lesson $620 (1 hour), $400 (30 mins) , group lesson $500 per person (3 people max). Lessons start at any time regardless of school terms.
* Before schedule, you can buy a 10-week package for $620 paid in full, or pay a subscription for $62 in weekly payment. Read more.
To find other available times please complete the Expression of Interest form to contact the teacher.
Carl Georg was born in Sydney, Australia and currently lives on Tweed Coast of NSW. His interest in drumming started around the age of 12 with early influences such as Chad Smith from the Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Derrick McKenzie of Jamiroquai and Danny Carey of Tool. He started taking drum lessons around the age of 14 and was involved in high school musicals, choirs and school bands. Later he went on to complete a Bachelor of Music majoring in drums. His musical horizons were broadened during his time at university and his interest in many other musical styles grew, such as Jazz, Latin, Blues, Funk, Rnb.
Carl started playing guitar in 1998 under the tutelage of Neil McCann. Although drums is his primary instrument Carl also has a passion for the guitar citing early influences as Tommy Emmanuel, Dimebag Darrell of Pantera and Adam Jones of Tool. His styles range from rock, heavy metal, funk, blues and RnB. Carl also studied guitar as an elective whilst completing his Bachelor of Music at Southern Cross University.
Carl has a passion for music and sharing it with others. He is a versatile player that can fit into any musical style or situation. He’s been privileged to play with some of Australia’s best artists in the Northern Rivers and Byron Bay regions. He’s performed at festivals including Woodford Folk Festival, Mullumbimby Music Festival, Island Vibe Music Festival and his playing has featured on award-winning recordings.