Anmol Mohara, the 2017 winner of the Young Drummer Of The Year, will be appearing in the Mike Dolbear master class room on the 23rd & 24th September.
The UK Drum Show are excited to welcome Anmol to the show and shine the spotlight on such fantastic young talent!
‘I don’t know where to begin when explaining my love for drums. There has been no beginning or ending in the amount of passion that runs through me when I hear the sound of a beating drum, or the sound of a cymbal being struck. But I can talk about the day I held my first pair of drumsticks. I was eight years old and living in Nepal, and it was the best thing that ever happened to me’, says Anmol.
Anmol is 16 years old and from a small town in Hampshire. A place called Aldershot, where he goes to school and practise daily, along with studying privately with drum teacher Danny Mullowney. He also started playing with the Royal Academy Junior Jazz programme, which inspired him and challenges him to make music with some of the best young musicians in the country. Dave Weckl has always been an inspiration, and he would like to follow in his footsteps carefully, trying to play everything he has created.
‘Nepal is my birthplace and the home of Nepal Music Centre, which has provided me with essential musical and life skills. I had already explored my passion of being a percussionist while playing a few other instruments, but it is at this school that I brushed up my drumming skills, and became a better musician, and a better person. Most of what I have learned in life, I learned while attending NMC, and I will always thank this institution for making me a great achiever. It is at this school that I prepared for my Rock School examinations, and achieved a 97% for my Grade 8 exam’, concludes Anmol.