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Evan Coniglio

Evan C.

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Evan graduated from Berklee in 2011 and Evan has split the last several years between studio gigs and touring with renown international acts. Evan has worked as the live and studio bassist for Jazz/Pop vocalist Nikki Yanofsky, the touring bassist for Country singer Nicole Frechette, the bassist and songwriter for R&B group Biscuits & Gravy, and tours with Virtuoso Guitarist Johnny A.

In 2013 Evan worked with executive producer Quincy Jones and recorded a live session documentary at Capitol Records Evan will spend the Summer on an international tour with Nikki Yanofsky.

Throughout 2014-15 He has been the bassist for Johnny A. Touring Nationally and Internationally with the highly acclaimed guitarist.

He currently resides in Nashville, TN

*** Studio Equipment ***
Drum Set
Guitars
Keyboards
Basses
Amps
Studio Gear

*** Travel Equipment ***
Whatever I need to bring I will

*** Specialties ***
Funk, Jazz, Rock, R&B, Pop, ect

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  • Speaks English, English
  • Bachelors in Music from Berklee College of Music
  • Awarded May 2008 Nota Bene Recipient from RVCC

Reviews (8)

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Sahar .. May 17, 2018
Ukulele · Online

Kept missing class without any heads up so I had to just wait around and hope he'll show up, ignored my calls and messages to reschedule, so I had to just get a refund from TakeLessons. As a teacher he is good, but very unprofessional behavior in terms of accountability and respect for students' time.

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Whitney Feb 21, 2018
Guitar · In home

I’m a super beginner. So far so good! He starts from the beginning and doesn’t make you feel dumb.

Billy May 24, 2016
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Evan was a great Bass teacher. I had fun every lesson and got significantly better at the instrument.

Scott May 24, 2016
Bass Guitar · In home

Extremely knowledgeable, patient and makes learning the bass fun and easy.

Drew May 17, 2016
Drum · In studio

Evan is an amazing teacher and made the process really fun!

HALEY May 17, 2016
Acoustic Guitar · In studio

Evan is a fantastic teacher! He is as responsible and professional as they come. He breaks down his lessons so it's easy to understand. Simple put, he makes learning music easy. He's enthusiastic, encouraging and supportive. I went from not knowing anything on the acoustic to learning multiple songs. I can play along to the music now! Evan is by far the best teacher I've ever had!

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Chloe K. Oct 13, 2015
Ukulele · In home

Very patient with our 10 year old aspiring musician! Working on fundamentals in an accessible way and showing interest and support in her novice song writing. She can't wait for her next lesson. We are delighted!

Sharon R. Feb 3, 2014
Guitar ·

Great Teacher!!!

My sons are learning so much in a short amount of time! Evan makes learning music so much fun. They say he's the best teacher they've had so far! I have to agree. He's an all around nice guy who is down to earth and amazingly talented.

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Lesson Details

Ear Training

Levels Taught:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Ear Training (or Aural Training) is a very important part of musical development. Learning to recognise sounds will help you in many ways, most importantly it will help you Transcribe and accelerate your ability to work out songs on your own.

It really can be quite incredible and I have had many students say that after a few months of consistent work on Ear Training that they can hear music better, that they can separate the instruments easier and hear new depths in recordings they thought they knew well.

I grew up transcribing, it was the way I learned to play songs, but when I started doing Interval Ear Training it took it to a whole new level. Doing a lot of transcribing will teach you the intervals sonically and to some extent on the neck, but once you know the names of the intervals too it makes it easier because you can 'put a tag on it' and know for sure what it is. Learning the names of the intervals is also great for communicating ideas with other musicians and understanding harmonic analysis.

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Experience

Musician for JOHNNY A
Mar 2013 - Present

JOHNNY A

Studio Musician for a record produced by Qunicy Jones
Mar 2013 - Apr 2013

Quincy Jones


Education

Bachelors in Music
Sep 2007 - Apr 2011

Berklee College of Music

Music
Sep 2007 - Apr 2011

Berklee College of Music


Languages

English

Fluent / Native Proficiency

English

Fluent / Native Proficiency


Awards

Deans List Berklee College of Music
Mar 2011

Berklee College of Music

May 2008 Nota Bene Recipient
Mar 2006

RVCC


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