©2017 by Joannie Labelle

Private Percussion Classes with Joannie Labelle

Take private percussions classes with Joannie Labelle.


Options :

Locally : Montreal Canada, or Hamburg Germany.

Via Skype : easily from your home.



Congas, Cajon, Bongos, Djembé. 



You can always contact Joannie via email prior to buying a private class to discuss availability ( info@joannielabelle.com ).


Otherwise, after paying the class, Joannie will get in touch with you to fix an appointement locally, or by Skype.


Fee: 40 euros per hour

(taxes are included)


If you want 1,5 hour or more, you can also arrange with Joannie directly.



Apprenez et approfondissez votre jeu aux percussions avec Joannie Labelle.


Options :

Localement : Montreal Canada, ou Hamburg Germany.

Via Skype : bien tranquille, à partir de la maison.



Congas, Cajon, Bongos, Djembé. 



Vous pouvez toujours contacter Joannie au préalable, pour confirmer ses disponibilités ( info@joannielabelle.com ).


Sinon, après avoir acheté un cours, Joannie vous contactera pour fixer un rendez-vous localement, ou bien par Skype.


Prix: 40 euros par heure

(les taxes sont incluses )


Si vous voulez prendre un cours d'une heure et demi, ou plus, vous pouvez en discuter directement avec Joannie et prendre arrangement. 


About your teacher :


Joannie Labelle was first introduced to diverse percussions through the teachings of Normand Hervieux and Alain Labrosse in Montreal, Canada. Thanks to Alain Labrosse, also know as Chepito, she then studied in Havana, Cuba, with masters Raul Lali Brito Gonzalez (Clave y Guaguanco), Alberto Villareal (Conjunto Folklorico Nacional de Cuba), and then with Roland Salgado Palacio (Afro Cuban All Stars). Eventually, Joannie got deeper into her artistry with the help of Luc Boivin (Gino Vanelli) and Paul Picard (Celine Dion). Along the way, many travels and experiences have reinforced her skills ; she trained on Congas with the help of Giovanni Hidalgo (Berklee University, Boston USA), she studied Cajon in Sevilla, Spain (Roque Torralva, Jorge Perez), she took part of a Montreal Yoruba Choir, Ilu Ladé, led by André Dupuis, a local master sacred batalero in Cuba and she got into indian drumming on Mridangam with Puvialagan Mayarajah (Montreal). Recently, Joannie traveled to France to challenge her abilities on West African Djembe with master Harouna Dembélé. All respect to these masters and educators.