Drum Lessons

Styles All
Skill Level All Levels
Pricing $65 in total for 3 X 30 minute private lessons. This offers is for a limited time.

We have an amazing introduction offer – $65 in total for 3 X 30 minute private lessons. This offers is for a limited time.

We offer music instruction for all ages and abilities from hobbyist to professional. You will grow as an artist with us and be inspired by our school to reach your goals at your pace.

Have fun with our unique teaching approach where you will be motivated to learn more, excel and build confidence and be guided on your music journey.

Parents we would like you to know that we provide a safe environment for children and have extra security in place to ease your minds. It is critical that all our teachers have a "Working with Children" clearance.

We recognise achievements by encouraging our students to be involved and perform in our monthly concerts and do regular recordings to document their growth as an artist on their music journey.

We have our own stage at the school to perform on, this means students can invite family and friends to see there growth, whilst remaining a completely private school show. We see rapid improvement in our students with this regular performance and recording based goal. Students are more focused and motivated to build self-esteem and confidence. On their music journey students feel rewarded seeing these achievements for their hard work and dedication, making TMMSA a unique school.

We have an outstanding Drum teachers at Treble Makers Music School Australia who will guide you on your music journey. Please see his bios below.


Steve Brown known in the music world as VENOM, has been playing drums for over 40 years,
It all began when one of his older brothers bought a second hand drum kit, Venom was nine at the time.
He has toured professionally within Australia and around the world over the last 35 years. His fiery drumming has provided the pulse for a diverse range of artists in scores of local bands with hundreds of musicians. Sharing the stage with some of Australia’s most respected musicians and bands
such as Electric Mary, Spy vs Spy, Mr Brown, Starworld, Nick Barker, Doc Nelson (The Angels) and Doug Parkingson to name a few.

He has been involved in hundreds of session recordings where he delivers exactly what drums are required for the artist he is working with, making him one of the most sort after recorded drummers nationally. Venom is without a doubt one of Australia’s most extraordinary drummers having very strong understanding of rhythm and timing.

Venom has been teaching for over 21 years and has worked with a cross section of students from all abilities and backgrounds and has a flexible, supportive teaching style that helps attain goals, build confidence and he will give you the tools to achieve them.
His methods are based on building the foundations of rhythm so the student can then go anywhere with any style from that foundation.

His preferred teaching approach is to build enthusiasm for the drum kit and enjoyment rather than methodical structural lessons and also to learn the processes of playing drums.

His wealth of knowledge and experience will be a great advantage to any level student being a great mentor to all aspiring drummers from hobbiest to professional, he can cater for all ages and abilities and styles. His energetic personality will certainly keep his students enthused and excited about playing drums whilst growing as an artist on their unique music journey.

Venom is available on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons/evenings.

See ..Youtube …venom on the drums


Daniel Tucceri is a talented professional multi-instrumentalist who specializes in the four key rock band instruments; piano, guitar, bass and drums and has been playing for over 17 years. After having formal piano lessons from age thirteen, Daniel was offered a place at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music for a Diploma in Classical Piano. Although Daniel eventually decided to focus on playing contemporary music, he has received tutelage in both classical and jazz from noted pianists Alan Kogosowski and previously Allan Zavod. Both men have been an invaluable influence on Daniel's approach to teaching since he started teaching in 2012. Melbourne's most patient ukelele and guitar instructor
In 2014, Daniel wrote and recorded two solo albums (‘Tempest’ and ‘Impressions of Melbourne’), followed by a classical guitar collaboration (2015’s ‘Solstice’). Both of his solo albums have been volunteered to both the National and Victorian State Library Archives. Included in Daniel's repertoire are masterworks by Beethoven, Bach, Chopin, Rodrigo and Debussy. He has recorded on countless albums across a range of genres as a session musician for each of his instruments.
Daniel's live experience has ranged everywhere from playing local pubs, to touring to national festivals and classical concerts. His unconventional and incendiary approach to performances have seen reviews describe him as an "eccentric piano genius" (Alan Bamford) who “decides to push the performance angle into the hellfire zone” (Jon Kromka). Beyond the stage, Tucceri has recorded for soundtracks, charities and the State Library of Victoria's 'Bohemian Melbourne' Exhibition. He is also the current house keyboardist for sessions at Goatsound and Incubator Studios and has performed on ABC Radio and television. His soundtrack for George Gittoes' award winning film 'Snow Monkey' led him to be described by Gittoes as "a new young king of keys". Daniel accompanies Melbourne singer-songwriter Brian Henry Hooper (Beasts of Bourbon) for all live performances and recordings. Previously, he has worked with Mick Harvey (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds), Matt 'Skitz' Sanders (Damaged/Gravetemple), JP Shilo (Blackeyed Susans/Hungry Ghosts), Mick Turner (the Dirty Three), Raul Sanchez (Magic Dirt) and Kim Salmon (The Scientists). Outside of recording and teaching, Daniel also curates the Melbourne Drone Orchestra, which is an open ensemble of guitarists working within experimental improvised music. Daniel is endorsed by Wertheim Pianos and proudly uses their Euro Series WE133 Model. (Photo by William Russ, Right Eye Media) Daniel teaches piano, keyboard, guitar, bass guitar and drums and is available for one on one private lessons. The key emphasis is on enjoying the instrument as an outlet for self-expression and enjoyment. Daniel is a firm believer in having a strong work ethic, he encourages the important of practice and forming good habits to help get the best out of learning, but importantly, having fun at the same time. Importantly, Daniel aims to instil the idea of listening to musicians and the world around you being a great way to also learn. Daniel is a dynamic, enthusiastic, supportive and friendly teacher with a wealth of knowledge who can accommodate for all ages, all abilities from hobbyist to professional, all styles and needs.

Tigran is a professional multi-instrumentalist musician, songwriter, composer, producer and audio engineer who has worked with countless artists across Australia during his 11 years of his professional career. With an eclectic multidisciplinary background, Tigran brings together his vast musical knowledge to offer a holistic take on musical tutoring and pedagogy. Tigran has been teaching voice/singing, classical guitar, acoustic/electric guitar, bass guitar piano/keyboard and drums for over 10 years. professional multi-instrumentalist musician

Tigran’s musical journey started at the age of 7 when he was introduced to the classical guitar by his father, who was a hobby classical guitarist. Quickly, his skills grew to quite an advanced level which earned him several #1 prize positions in eisteddfods around Melbourne and greater Victoria. At aged 12, he received a scholarship to study at Victorian College of the Arts Secondary school where he was introduced to contemporary classical music by his new musical mentor, the VCASS head of classical guitar. With a newfound love for surrealist contemporary classical guitar and experimental techniques, Tigran took his talent to win several awards in both age restricted and open age competitions. At age 15, he took up the electric guitar and bass guitar to further develop his musicianship, exploring rock, metal and blues music. At age 17 he started exploring his voice and quickly landed a year-long residency in a Richmond pub, performing original music and cover songs. Having learnt from multiple different disciplines and schools of thought relating to vocal pedagogy, Tigran started crafting a holistic picture of the fundamental building blocks of vocal technique and performance which spans from contemporary jazz and classical to rock and heavy metal, combining elements of anatomy, physiology and acoustic physics.
After struggling to find appropriate drummers for his musical projects, Tigran started drumming himself, dedicating part of his time to drumming in rock groups around Melbourne. After writing, recording and performing in blues rock and progressive rock bands during his late teens and early 20’s that toured locally and nationally Tigran continues to perform, write and record music, do session work and teach music. Tigran also decided to focus on audio engineering and production. To date, Tigran has worked on a number of studio albums as a producer and audio engineer for bands in Melbourne and Adelaide that have helped them reach global critical acclaim and land record deals, tours and high profile supports. Tigran continued his study after being invited to study classical guitar at The Adelaide University Conservatorium for six months.
We are thrilled to have Tigran as part of our team he is a very passionate and dedicated teacher. With a vast wealth of knowledge and experience to share, Tigran is available to teach all styles, children and adults of all ages from hobbyist to professional.
Tigran encourages students to record their growth and perform in our monthly concerts held at the school when they are ready. It is astonishing seeing students talent and confidence grow with Tigran’s unique approach that will guide and assist you to reach your goals, give you the tools to achieve them and make your learning experience inspiring whilst you grow as a artist on your music journey. Tigran also does occasional masterclasses in practically applicable musical fields such as song-writing/composition and vocal technique for singers and performers.
Tigran is available to teach on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays afternoon/evening.

We are extremely proud of our talented, dedicated teaching staff and our welcoming school. Our teachers come from a diverse range of music backgrounds as well as all being professional musicians, having real world experience. They all have a wealth of knowledge, are highly skilled, passionate, enthusiastic and are great mentors all with many years of teaching experience

All our teachers are very friendly, supportive and caring. They will guide you to grow as an artist to reach your goals at your pace and learn the music you want to learn. They offer a fun, creative, engaging, informative and personalised approach, with our one on one lesson’s in an inspiring and encouraging environment. We ensure positive learning experiences and you will learn new skills, reach high levels, and stimulate rhythm, coordination and imagination. Anything is possible to achieve with dedication and practice. Every individual has the capability to succeed.

We also offer music instruction on drums, guitar, bass, ukulele, keytar, vocals, piano and the keyboard for all styles of music. We can also help with VCE/AMEB preparation/higher education studies.

We are located at Level One, 82 Acland St St Kilda, in the heart of St kilda making it easy to get to by public transport of car.

We look forward you starting your music journey with us.

Treble Makers Music School Australia
Level One, 82 Acland St
Saint Kilda, VIC
Contact Gabriel Atkinson
0402 512 648

Details last updated on June 7, 2019