David Ramirez

David Ramirez

Originally from Orange County, California, David Ramirez started his career as a musician at the age of 18. Beginning at Magnolia High School, in Anaheim, California (his Alma Mater) he began with coaching the drumline.  He became the head of percussion studies in just one year. David then began to instruct drumline for other schools in the district. Because of nearly 30 years of scholastic instruction David has taught hundreds of students. Most recently David has had the honor of teaching as the head of percussion at Green Valley High School in Henderson, Cimarron Memorial High in Las Vegas and the Meadows School in Las Vegas.

David also has a long history of teaching lessons on the drum set. David’s expertise lies in teaching students how to read charts very well and preparing them to play professionally. David has taught students of all ages ranging from pre-school to adult. He can take a student from the beginning level and train them to be a very fine drummer in any style ranging from rock, jazz, Latin, worship, R&B and many others.

David has most recently been performing at MGM Grand at Brad Garrett’s Club with Ashley Fuller and the Collective. David is the drummer for the Legends in Concert show in Las Vegas, and plays on occasion for Donnie and Marie in Las Vegas. David’s prior performance experience includes Tom Float’s, Trash Can Trio in Disneyland, Anaheim, CA, the Tony award winning show, Blast!, L.A. Lakers Band in Los Angeles, CA, Metropolitan Gospel Big Band in New York, NY, B.B. King’s Broadway in New York, NY, Tokyo Disenyland/Disney Sea, Paragon at the Bellagio, Las Vegas, Cirque Du Soleil, Viva Elvis in Las Vegas, Legends in Concert in Europe and Las Vegas.

David is the perfect choice for students of any age. Whether you are looking to play drum set or learn to play advanced marching rudiments David will guide to levels unimaginable. Given his eclectic performing experience all over the world, David will be able to help you to become a phenomenal player in any genre.