Blastbeat Russian drum center opened in the capital
Drumming in Russia has taken a step forward! Despite the difficult times caused by the coronavirus, the first Russian Drum Center opened at 48 Butyrsky Val in Moscow earlier this summer. It is one of the largest drum centers in Europe dedicated to improving the music industry. His mission is to support everyone who plays or just dreams of playing the drums.
Here drummers, percussionists and musicians of all levels will surely find an instrument to their liking: the center consists of four exhibition halls with an area of 360 square meters. The warehouse and showcases are regularly replenished with useful and high-quality novelties from world brands: Evans, Paiste, Remo, Yamaha, Meinl, Roland, Promark, EDCymbals, Hardcase, CookiePad, Tama, Sabian, Vic Firth, Pearl, Trick, Agner, Sonor, Toca, Ludwig …
One of the main features of the new format is a special soundproofed studio where you can play and listen to the selected instrument. It is equipped with everything necessary for online broadcasts. The other day the Russian Drum Center was visited by Ksenia Samoilova, the winner of the Drummers United 2019 competition. Ksenia tested a drum studio with panoramic windows and a unique drum kit Yamaha Drums Recording Custom 40 Anniversary:
At the Russian Drum Center, you will be provided with qualified assistance in choosing the most reliable instruments: drum kits (for beginners and pros, acoustic and electronic), snare drums, pedals, cardans, heads, sticks, brushes and ruts, snarers, cymbals, stands, mounts, spare parts for drums. You will also find the necessary accessories: gloves, components, training pads, special chairs, headphones, metronomes, modules, triggers, dampers, covers. Large selection of percussion: congo, bongos, shakers, barchames, djembe, darbuks, cajons, tambourines, and more.
For over 10 years, Blastbeat has been organizing the Monday Drummer, Drum Wednesday, Blastbeat Drum Show and Bonzo Bash masterclasses, as well as the Drum Pavilion and Drummers United Competition at the NAMM Musikmesse. By the way, the acceptance of entries for Drummers United 2020 started on July 13 and will end on September 13. On September 26, the most talented drummers will play in front of the jury right in the new drum center. The terms of participation can be read on the official website.
“Blastbeat is a drum movement aimed at popularizing drumming in the country and raising the professional level of drummers,” explains Vitaly Melentiy, founder and owner of the drum center.
Blastbeat also hosts spectacular workshops by foreign and Russian musicians. Such stars as Eric Moore, Derek Roddy, Benny Greb, Matt Halpern, Mike Terrana, Daniil Svetlov, Vladimir Zinoviev, Mark Mironov, Dmitry Burdin, Vasily Rudenko, Anika Niles, Steve Moore, Eloy Casagrande, Miguel Lamas have already performed at the events. , and many others.
This fall, the Russian Drum Center plans to hold networking meetings, master classes, live drummers with online broadcasts.
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