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Born and raised in New Jersey, Evan Michael C. was surrounded by music from a young age. His father, Salvatore C., a talented guitarist dreamed that each of his children would learn a different instrument. After Evan’s eldest brother claimed the guitar, Evan reluctantly picked up the bass at the age of 13. At first, Evan was not happy: It was heavy, and it hurt his fingers. But Evan quickly learned to love the power the bass had over the bandstand and after a few lessons, it was clear that the instrument fit him like a glove.
He soon began to perform with high school rock bands, sneaking into local bars and clubs for weekend gigs. A new-found appreciation for upright bass led Evan to start his own trio, sparking a love of R&B and Jazz music that thrives in him to this day. ...
With years of experience in concert, marching, jazz, pop and modern percussion I can help take you to the peak of your percussion goals. Whether it's playing in your school ensemble, auditioning for marching band or playing small alternative Latin percussion gigs we can customize a plan specific to you and your percussive needs to reach your full potential.
I am a drummer, percussionist and educator in the Boston area. I currently play in a highly recognized rock/pop group and tour nationally. I also play in a cover band at local bars and clubs around Boston and Massachusetts and do studio work for nationally recognized artists. I hold a degree from Penn State University and also have extensive experience playing and teaching drumline's ranging from collegiate to professional DCI and WGI lines outside of my traditional drumset study.
I have established a solid client base in my studio located in Allston, MA, on the outskirts of Boston. I work with drummers, hand percussionists, marching percussionists and lovers of the arts of all ages and skill levels looking to expand their knowledge in a large range of styles and techniques ...
I studied with Mike Mangini, Rod Morgenstein, and Kenwood Dennard at Berklee and I also play drums in Bent Knee. I also play guitar and bass, record my own music, and love songwriting.
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For Drums: I teach beginning to advanced players. We can work on stick control, rudiments, various styles and grooves, songs you would like to learn, reading music, and just about anything on the kit.
For Bass: I teach beginning to intermediate players, we can work on music fundamentals such as scales and modes, finger style slap bass, funk and rock grooves, and reading music. I also idolize Les Claypool and Flea, so if you would like to learn about their playing, I would love to teach it!
For Guitar: I specialize in teaching beginners. We can work on the basics of the ...
Knowledge in popular and classical percussion, both of battery instruments and mallet percussion.
I am a composer, drummer, organizer, and recent BM graduate of the Boston Conservatory, having studied contemporary composition under Andy Vores, Jan Swafford, and Curtis Hughes. I was trained mostly as a jazz and rock drummer before attending the Conservatory, where I focused on composing all different sorts of instrumental and vocal music for small and large ensembles, including orchestral music, piano ragtime, and electronic works.
I have also remained active around Boston as a drummer, and multi-instrumentalist improviser, playing in such wide-ranging situations as Italian pop orchestra Tredici Bacci, noise rock bands, quiet chamber free improvisation, and as a guitarist and singer in folk music groups.
I have experience teaching jazz drumming, improvisational drumming, ...
My particular area of specialization, students interested in studying within this broad range of instruments can study with me on drumset, hand percussion (and stick percussion including timbales, cowbells and agogo), mallet instruments, and classical percussion. We will study technique, time, tone, tuning, authentic performance within a range of genres, sight-reading, functioning within an ensemble (including orchestrating parts, musical support of the piece being performed, and working within a rhythm section), and improvisation.
I have extensive training (including a doctorate) and experience as a performing musician, ensemble director, and teacher including 13 years of private instrumental instruction. My primary instruments are drumset, mallet percussion, and hand percussion, and I have additional experience teaching piano, bass guitar, and jazz harmony and improvisation.
I have studied classical percussion and have performed in many percussion ensembles, as well as concert band ensembles.
Hi! My name is Dylan, and I attended the Berklee College of Music. I play the drums, vibraphone, marimba, xylophone, and piano! I've been a musician since I was 8 years old.
I currently play in 4 regularly gigging groups, performing on Drums, Vibraphone, and Keyboard.
I've been teaching private lessons since 2008, and it is a passion of mine. I really love sharing musical knowledge with people, it is one of my favorite things to do.
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