Clinic & Clinician
All Things Timpani
Timpani repairs can be one of the costliest repairs made in the percussion section. This clinic will help aid in maintaining and repairing some of the most common timpani repairs like: determining what type/style of timpani your working on, changing
and measuring a head, removing dents from and servicing the bowl, PTFE(Teflon) bearing edges, bearing edge dents, timpani tuning ranges, tips, tools and how to make a simple jig to make changing and tensioning a timpani head more accurately.
Aaron Moss teaches Instrument Repair at Cesar Chavez High School in Stockton California. He has a BA from Boise State University in General Music and a master's degree from Vander Cook College of Music in Music Education. A veteran teacher of 24 years,
Aaron has been a high school band director, taught elementary and middle school music and is on his second year of teaching instrument repair as part of the California Technical Education program.
A percussionist at heart, he spent the early years of his career learning how everything percussion worked. Learning how to repair percussion instruments led Aaron to develop new and innovative ways to manufacture and improve on designs. In 2001,
he wrote a drum repair manual that was used as part of the curriculum at both Boise State University and Vander Cook College of Music. In addition to his career in education, he has owned a small home-based percussion repair and manufacturing business
for more than 25 years.
- Price: $35.00
- Time Zone: Central
- Clinic Length: 90 minutes
- Limited to 100 registrations.
- Registration deadline is Midnight, Friday, August 21, 2020 (Central Time)
- After your registration has been processed, you will receive another email with the following:
- Connection information with the link and password
- Instructions on downloading the Handout
- A link for filling out the CEU Form
- Zoom will be the software used for this clinic: https://zoom.us/
- IMPORTANT Make sure to sign in with your name as it appears on the registration form so we can verify your registration. Sign in at least 15 minutes before the clinic starts. This will allow enough time to verify your account information.
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