Manor House Drum Teacher:
Book a lesson with Manor House drum teacher Riccardo Chiaberta:
Manor House drum teacher Riccardo Chiaberta is one of the capitals finest players, known for his multi-instrumental talents in drum kit, piano, composition and performance.
He teaches from his studio based in Manor House, either in person or delivering lessons online. Riccardo’s students benefit from learning under a well-rounded musician, actively working within the industry itself. He’s able to bring this knowledge into the lessons, something his students have seen huge success with.
Riccardo’s performing highlights include slots at prestigious festivals such as Glastonbury Festival, Montreux Jazz Festival, London Jazz Festival and Eurosonic Festival. He’s also performed at legendary venues such as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, The Jazz Cafe, Blue Note Milano, Pizza Express Jazz Club, The Vortex Jazz Club, Tones on the Stones and MITO Milano.
Riccardo is currently part of the jazz / electronic duo Moonfish alongside performing with the rising star Maria Chiara Argirò, including on her album Forest City (released by the LA-based label Innovative Leisure – BADBADNOTGOOD). He co-founded the Kino Trio, alongside Bruno Heinen (a professor at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance) on piano and Michele Tacchi on electric bass. Their critically acclaimed debut album Il Cielo Sopra Berlino was released in 2019 on the Babel Label.
Riccardo has also been a member of Dugong for over a decade. They recently released their third album Let the Good Be Good. The Guardian called them a “one-off European jazz/post-rock quartet“ and BBC Radio 6 Music said that “Dugong is a unique proposition on the European jazz scene”. Check out their video of Fantasma right here!
Manor House drum teacher Riccardo has released both a single and two albums under his own name: Camden Town, A Bird Told Me (pianist/composer) and Lux (drummer/composer) – all released by Honolulu Records.
We interviewed Riccardo about all things drums and piano in August 2023. Click here to find out more!
"Riccardo is very proficient and versatile and teaches Joe to play different styles, which he can bring home to play with his brother who plays guitar. Joe has improved a lot and corrected embedded mistakes he developed from learning on his own."
"He always tries to inspire me and stretch my abilities. He explains very well and makes sure I understand. Riccardo is also very encouraging and patient.
"He is not only a drummer, he is a musician."
"My daughter attended one year of his drum tuition and he left an indelible mark.
"I highly recommend him to everyone."
"He is always ready to help me whenever I have doubts. He suggests loads of different music to listen to and to find inspiration from. He has been a guru in teaching me how to feel the music, the groove, the connection with the instrument and to develop the interplay with other musicians.
"He helped me to discover and find my own sound, which I am grateful for."
Manor House drum teacher Riccardo Chiaberta gained his Bachelor degree with highest honours at the Conservatory “G. Verdi” in Como, specialising in jazz. He then went onto achieving his masters degree, once again with highest honours, at the Conservatory “G. Verdi”, but this time in Milan.
Riccardo has placed highly in numerous Italian jazz contests. He won first prize at the Chicco Bettinardi Contest (2015), and won a scholarship for best musician at the Contest Fara Music (2010). He also won second prize at the Conad Jazz Contest (2013, 2014 & 2015).
Manor House drum teacher Riccardo is endorsed by Bosphorus Cymbals.
You can check out Riccardo performing Clouds with Maria Chiara Argirò below!
Manor House Drum Teacher – Areas Covered
60 mins – £45
45 mins – £37.50
30 mins – £30
Manor House (N4 / Piccadilly Line) | Green Lanes (N16, N4, N8, N13 & N21 / Overground) | Turnpike Lane (N8 / Piccadilly Line) | Harringey (N4 / National Rail) and surrounding areas
Interested in starting drum lessons with Riccardo?
If you’re looking for a Manor House drum teacher and would like to try a lesson with Riccardo, message us through the form at the top of the page (or right here instead!) Please include a bit of information about yourself (whether you’re a beginner, where you’re based, etc) and we’ll get back to you ASAP with more details!