I have had so many requests from all over the world to start this up, and I am so happy that I have enough free time in my schedule to get this going!
The online school will kick off with 2 classes a week at different times, one to accommodate EU time zone and the other to accommodate countries with a different time Zone like the USA.
There is a limited amount of space in each class so make sure you register for your space in the class as soon as possible. We aim to start up the classes within the next 2 – 3 weeks, we will commence once we have enough students enrolled to make the classes viable.
Mon 7:30pm – 8:45pm GMT
Mon 11:30pm – 12:45pm GMT
Are Mondays these times impossible to make?
You could join our physical cajon classes live via Skype on Tues and/or Wed !
Get in touch for more info.
Each course will last 5 weeks, 1 lesson a week.
You can either enrol to all 5 courses or drop in (subject to space available)
Enrollees will get first priority on all spaces.
£35 for 5 weeks (£7 per lesson)Enrolment
£9 per class
During the first 5 week course, we will look at the fundamentals of the cajon, such as the correct technique and hand stroke position, posture, different sounds etc.
We will learn a few very useful ex and techniques that you will keep with you for life and learn a range of cool grooves from different musical genres.
We will also look at how to apply our new grooves to a musical setting with other instruments and musicians.
Get feedback from Heidi as you progress during the lessons and share what you learn with other cajon players around the world.
Be part of our cajonbox family!
It is advisable that you enrol for the entire course to take full advantage of the classes.
If you drop in or miss a class during the course, it would be your responsibility to catch up to the rest of the group.
What you would need
You would need access to the internet, a webcamera and a web microphone. No previous musical or cajon experience needed! Of course having a cajon would be important, but you don’t need one to start, remember that the cajon is just a box and if you can somehow simulate one, then by all means, don’t let the fact that you don’t have a cajon stop you from learning, after all, it’s more about getting your hands used to the technique as a beginner. Good manners is also essential for joining the classes, anyone who is disruptive or disrespectful will be asked to leave the ‘classroom’:-)
Get in touch to book your space now!
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org