Daisuke Abe

Daisuke A.

Elmhurst, NY

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Daisuke delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
and Ages 5+

Teaching since:
April 2001

I've been an teaching guitar for 12 years in NYC after my graduation from Berklee college of music.
I have many experience teaching from Kids and beginners to the advanced students.
Looking forward to hear from you!

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Daisuke has become a highly sought after guitarist since his arrival to New York City in 2002. “An accomplished player with a penchant for penning appealing melodies,” (JazzTimes, February 2006), Mr. Abe also handles his instrument “…with a deep sense of tradition, and more importantly, consistent expression,” (DownBeat, April 2013). During his time in New York, Daisuke has been very active as a performer and recording artist. His debut album, “On My Way Back Home” (Nagel-Hayer), was released in 2005. In 2008 Daisuke launched a new band, which he co-leads and produces, UoU, a quintet made up of members originally from Japan. UoU’s debut, “Home” (Tippin’ Records), was released in 2010. Abe followed UoU’s debut with its second release in 2013, “Take the 7 Train” (Tippin’). Mr. Abe has led his band at many of the famous venues in New York City including: Blue Note, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Smalls Jazz Club and Cleopatras’ Needle. He has performed with Mark Turner, Jon Cowherd, Anthony Wonsey, Walter Blanding, Marcus Printup, John Ellis, and Jaleel Shaw.

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Experience

Private Guitar Instructor
Aug 2002 - Present
UoU Music

Education

Bachelor of Music Degree in Performance
Jan 2000 - Jun 2002
Berklee college of Music, Boston, MA
Associate Degree in Jazz Performance
Apr 1997 - Mar 1999
Senzoku-Gakuen Junior College, Kawasaki, Tokyo, Japan

Languages

English
Professional Proficiency
Japanese
Fluent / Native Proficiency

Awards

Louis Bellson Award
May 2001
Berklee college of Music

Affiliations

American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
Mar 2005

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is a membership association of more than 480,000 US composers, songwriters, lyricists and music publishers. The ASCAP is committed to nurturing music makers throughout their careers.

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