Courses and workshops
NEW AT TREEHOUSE
Treehouse’s community of artists and creatives is always up to something – when they are not creating, they are sharing their passion and knowledge.
Down here, you will find information about the courses and workshop offered by artists at Treehouse all year long. Whether you are a curious beginner or wish to perfect your skills, you are welcome at Treehouse NDSM!
PLAY THE DRUM WITH ROBIN
Are you interested in drum lessons? Lucky you! Robin is a musician who also runs “Drumschool Robin” within his studio at Treehouse. He teaches over 40 students of all ages and skill levels and even offers a free test lesson!
PRACTICE THE PIANO WITH MANUEL WOUTHUYSEN
Manuel is one of the talented pianists behind Manuel Wouthuysen Music. Along with an array of teachers – who have all graduated from the conservatory and are now fully active in the local and International music scene – they teach a range of genres, from Classical to Jazz, Pop en Funk and everything in between.
DISCOVER OR REDISCOVER HANDPAN
Handpan Studio had been an active part of Treehouse for a while, bringing beginners and passionate players together around the handpan practice. Founded and led by the duo Deniz Kavafoglu and Joris Cohen, the Handpan Studio aims at sharing stories and peace through music. Their vision goes beyond teaching songs, they help you to develop your own way of playing.
SHARPEN YOUR PIANO PRACTICE WITH DARIA
Daria is constantly improving her methodology, tailoring it to special needs. Always respecting the talent and creativity of her students. She makes technique into an interesting game and helps connect to music in a deeper level. She uses innovative tools and out-of-the-box solutions, especially with the young ones: you can drum, dance and integrate movement and meditation in your lessons.
EXPLORE VISUAL STORYTELLING WITH RACHELLE MEYER
A sketchbook practice is essential for honing your style as an illustrator and artist. But what should you draw, and how do you make it a part of your daily life? Rachelle Meyer guides you with some drawing tips and ideas for finding your voice through your sketchbook.