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Bassist, composer, guitarist, vocalist and producer Yonit Spiegelman has an international performance experience performing on stages in Israel, Austria, France, Belgium and the US, sharing stage with Paul Simon and Valerie Simpson and recordings for spanish multi Latin Grammy winner producer Javier Limon as well as perfor
My name is Ben Sher. I am an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music. I am a jazz guitarist, fluent in numerous styles including be-bop, Brazilian, blues, and fusion. I have three recordings of my own on the BGI Record Label, and have worked as a sideman touring and recording for numerous artists.
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Ali Ramsaier has had music in her life since she was in the crib.
Adam Stokes is an up and coming young tenor saxophonist. Born in Springfield, MO, Adam began playing saxophone at age 10. By the age of 15, Adam was frequently performing in restaurants and jazz venues with professional jazz combos and big bands.
I'm currently a member of the post graduate Juilliard Artist Diploma Ensemble. This ensemble tours and teaches internationally and performs at some of the most important Jazz and concert venues.
Israeli drummer, composer and arranger – Nathan Blankett, graduated summa cum laude in Contemporary Writing and Production, from Berklee College of Music.
Hello, my name is Brenda! I've been teaching private lessons for a little over a decade and have my B.M. in Music Education from William Paterson University. I was a voice major and flute/piano double minor.
Tareq Rantisi was born in Jerusalem. Self-taught, he started his career playing Middle Eastern percussion at the age of 12 and has performed in various concerts and festivals in the Arab world and in Europe.
I began playing guitar as a child in Austin, Texas. I attended Berklee College of Music where I studied guitar performance. I am now playing in the band Stonefeather in Los Angeles, California.
Andy Cantu has been playing drums/percussion for more than 14 years and has taught for more than 10 years. He has performed different styles of music such as rock, funk, jazz, free jazz/avant garde/third stream, blues, pop, R&B, contemporary chamber music, and Latin music.
Hi, my name is Alex Pashoian, and I live in Somerville, Massachusetts. I've been playing guitar for 26 years and 21 years professionally, and I have taught private guitar lessons for the past 20 years. I obtained my two-year certificate from Berklee College of Music in 1991. I specialize in blues and blues rock.
Canadian New York-based saxophonist and composer Nathan Cepelinski began playing music at the age of twelve, and began performing professionally at fourteen.
Hi! My name is Alan, and I've been a bassist for 15 years. Like most kids, I started in my public school program, learning to read music and how to play in an orchestra setting. In high school I started playing jazz academically, and rock music with my friends.
My name is Thiago Trinsi. I am a music teacher from the south of Brazil currently based in Sweden. I am a guitar and technology specialist smf orchestrator certified by Berklee College of Music, and I also studied two years of Pedagogy with a focus in Music Education. I have been teaching music for more than 18 years.
Shawn Leonard grew up in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. Music has always been a part of his life, from his childhood years listening to his folks' Beatles albums to his adult years teaching and performing behind the drum set. Most of his early training was informal.
I have been playing guitar for 12 years, piano for over a year, and singing for six years. I have a songwriting degree from Berklee College of Music. My major influences are John Mayer, Coldplay, Lifehouse, and the Script. I also love ACDC, Led Zeppelin, Poison, and most classic rock. I have taught guitar for a couple of year
Mr. Aibel's CD recording was honored with a Grammy Award nomination, and he has performed extensively at Carnegie Hall and at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., where he regularly conducted the National Symphony Orchestra and Pops (he led their 10,000th concert).
The term "crossover artist" can mean many things. In the case of Argentine pianist and composer Dario Boente, it means a musician who is equally at home performing romantic Argentine and jazz compositions on a grand piano, as he is programming world-beat electronica.