- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- January 2011
Dustin Kiselbach is a Canadian bassist, composer, and educator based in New York City. He has performed all over the world since he began his career as a professional musician.
Kiselbach began his life as a musician at 12 on the electric bass in his hometown of Vancouver, Canada. Eventually his interests turned to Jazz and at 16 he began playing the Double Bass. As a student in Canada, Kiselbach earned numerous awards and honors, including the best bassist award at the Envision Jazz Festival in Surrey, BC, Canada.
In 2008 Kiselbach won a scholarship to study Jazz bass with Lynn Seaton at the University of North Texas.
Proficient at both electric and upright, Kiselbach has performed in North America, Australia, Europe and Africa.
Currently Kiselbach is studying at the Aaron Copland School of Music under the mentorship of David Berkman, Antonio Hart, and Michael Mossman and regularily performs in New York City.
Taught students of all ages in a variety of styles
First lesson complete. Good teacher who knows his stuff. Looking forward to keep learning.
Dustin is a fabulous instructor. He is so very talented and yet that doesn't stop him from being super patient and understanding. He has a way of showing students at their level what areas need improvement and how best to get there. His positive attitude and kindness makes him a great instructor. Thanks Dustin.+ Read More
Dustin is an excellent teacher. He is very good at explaining concepts and was able to help me sort out a few issues I was having. I feel like I took a real step forward after working with him.
Dustin's bass lessons were both extremely helpful and informative in improving my skill. He is incredibly knowledgeable and is great at conveying that knowledge to his students. I hope to continue to take lessons with him for many years and would I highly recommend him to any interested students.+ Read More
Great mentor for a buding young bass enthusiast.