My real name is José María de Lucas Sacristán, however, I am mostly known in the scene as Chema Sacristán. I am a professional drummer since 2004 and bellow I present a brief biography of my professional career in the U.K.
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“To learn efficiently , it is crucial to have a teacher who is passionate for his profession, and that’s exactly what I’ve found in Jose. More than simply giving me rhythms and exercises to practice, he inspires me and guides me through to achieve techniques , confidence and autonomy. I still have lots of work to do on drums and I really appreciate that Jose adapts to my strengths and weaknesses to ensure that I improve constantly and what a pleasure it is to work with a warm and approachable teacher, who knows how to work seriously while making the lessons truly enjoyable and fun”.
Swanny Henry, 31 years old , female drum student in London.
“Jose has been teaching my son Tony Raez for more than 5 years, since he was 7 years old. My son has always get on so well with Jose and has truly enjoyed his lessons, which are both challenging and interesting. Thanks to Jose’s enthusiasm for drums and to his patience, Tony has made huge progress and he continues to develop. Jose is a great person in who I fully trust and rely on with the care, welfare, and well being of my son”