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Mannarkoil J Balaji is a Mridangam Artiste, Based in Chennai, Tamil Nadu India. He has a performance experience of over 35 years in the field of Carnatic Music. Mridangam is called "King of Percussion Instruments and Queen of Melody". Mannarkoil Balaji has a wide experience of over 3500 public performances all over the world. He has been featured alongwith many stalwarts in this field. He has also conducted lecture demonstrations on various aspects relating to this instrument. In this Podcas ...
 
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Mizzou Masters Degree in Percussion Performance Graduate Emily Miclon stops by to talk about her Masters recital, Assistantship, teaching Percussion Techniques and Percussion Ensemble, and organizing the So Percussion residency (05:00), leading the Mizzou Student IDE Collective, performing outside of Mizzou, and playing a lot of new music (20:00), …
 
Damon gets to talk to Joby about his new album, "A Percussionist's Songbook", recording on film scores, the xylosynth and other adventures. There's other segments like: gig alerts, educational spotlight, an iconic recording, music news and more!
 
Joining me today is Craig Buckley & Nicko Mcbrain, both partners in Nicko McBrains Drum One in Manchester. I speak at length with Craig about how he started up the drum shop in 2016 and how Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain became involved and how it has transformed from an already great drumshop under previous owners Manchester Drum Centre, to som…
 
Percussionist, Composer, Podcaster, and Northwest Missouri State University (NWMSU) Percussion and Theory Professor Caleb Pickering stops by to talk about his school responsibilities, living in Missouri, and NWMSU’s sports powerhouses (02:40), his composition career and getting into self-publishing (24:00), his work with the @Percussion Podcast (35…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 95 - Moritz Mueller. Joining me today is the incredible talented German drummer, Moritz Mueller. Moritz is founding member and drummer with The Intersphere, described as German progressive alternative groundbreakers, this easy to understand with just a few listens to this band packed with incredible talent! Join Mori…
 
Lee University (TN) Percussion Professor Andy Harnsberger stops by to talk about his job responsibilities, programming and practicing for 40+ solo concerts a year while also composing, and the importance of sightreading (02:30), more about the students who come to Lee and the challenges of recruiting there (24:30), the importance of physical and me…
 
Damon gets to talk to Jon about growing up in NJ, school, Bleachers, Steel Train, running a GB/wedding/function band, and many other adventures. There's also other segments like: gig alerts, educational spotlights, music news and more!
 
Northern Michigan University’s Percussion Professor Jim Strain returns to talk about the links between his degree programs at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and Eastman, some of his early gigs, and writing a full dissertation on xylophone (01:45), his years teaching at Kansas State University prior to heading to Indiana University (21:20), and th…
 
Damon gets to talk to David about teaching, Berklee, songwriting, leading a band, new music, and more! There's also segments like: gig alerts, an iconic recording, educational spotlight, music news and others.
 
Percussion Discsussion - Episode 94 - Joel Barford. Joining me today is without doubt one of the most talented young drummers in the UK today, Joel Barford. At the tender age of 25 Joel has already secured endorsments with industry giants such as Gretsch Drums, Zildjian Company cymbals and Vic Firth drum sticks, as well as playing with some remarka…
 
University of Northern Michigan Percussion Professor Jim Strain stops by to talk about his current job, working with local performing groups, the challenges of recruiting to his university, and his time as the Historian for the Percussive Arts Society (03:15), his first PAS Experiences, the National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy, and “when some…
 
Percussion Discussion Episode 93 - Pete Marshall Joining me today is Pete Marshall. Manchester born and bred Pete has an icredible wealth of experience as a session drummer having played for Liam Frost, Stephen Fretwell, The Courteeners, Karima Francis and Lucy and the Caterpillar. For the last 9 years Pete has held the coveted drum stool with one …
 
Cort McClaren returns to talk about his middle school and high school teaching and his teaching philosophies (02:15), the teaching expectations in front of an ensemble, not playing your “hottest Licks”, my recent performance at NCPP 2022, and “how to bow and accept applause” (15:00), graduate student rep class, dissertation coaching, and learning h…
 
Welcome to Episode 2 of Percusion Discussion - Shop Talk. Today i chat to the the wonderful chap that is Graham Russell, the owner of arguably the biggest drum shop in the UK Graham Russell Drums. Join Graham and myself as we delve into his beginnings as a drummer and how how after gigging across Europe and the USA with various bands he got into bu…
 
A Landmark Episode means a Landmark Guest! Pete’s Grad School (UNCG) Mentor Cort McClaren stops by to talk about his text The Book of Percussion Pedagogy and its beginnings (04:30), his effective way of running repertoire class (21:40), how his ideas of pedagogy and musicianship developed from his musical training in Hutchinson, Kansas, studying at…
 
Damon gets to talk to Amir about growing up in Israel and Egypt, various middle eastern percussion instruments, modeling, working out and much more. There's other segments like gig alerts, educational spotlight, music news and others.
 
Georgia-Based Percussion Performer, Specialist, Educator and Media Company Owner Marcus Hawkins stops by to talk about his various gigs and work with Drum Corps (02:40), his professional beginnings and the finer points of playing drumset (14:50), Marcus Hawkins Media and working through the pandemic (22:10), growing up in Georgia, his early music t…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 92 - Math Priest Joining me for todays conversation is Math Priest. Math is a founder member, song writer and drummer for UK Pop/Rock band Dodgy producing such incredible songs as Good Enough, Staying out for the summer and Grassman as well as many studio and live albums. Aswell as playing for Dodgy, Math has also pl…
 
Recent Mizzou Percussion Graduate Jordan Nielsen returns to talk more about working with his fellow grad assistants and working on difficult chamber music (02:30), the “portfolio career” he’s putting together in town in the near future (12:40), and the Random Ass Questions segment, including discussions of cymbal technique, being part of the LGBTQI…
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 91 - Stuart Elliott Joining me today is British Drummer Stuart Elliott Stuart has had an incredible career so far having started his career with Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel playing on 3 top 10 albums and of course the Number 1 single Make Me Smile.... Come Up and See Me. Stuart has also toured with and played on a s…
 
2022 Master’s of Music in Percussion Performance Mizzou graduate Jordan Nielsen stops by to talk about literature from his recitals (03:00), working with composers through Mizzou’s New Music Ensemble (11:00), thoughts about graduate school and careers in the arts (28:40), staying on for a third year (40:30), growing up in Utah and his early music c…
 
Damon gets to talk to Scott about his new Pandeiro Method book, his band Nation Beat, their "new" album, getting gigs, etiquette and much more! There are other segments like: gig alerts, an iconic recording, music news and others.
 
Percussion Discussion - Episode 90 - Mark Brzezicki Joining me today is a british drummer with an instantly recognisable sound and style, the fabulous Mark Brzezicki! Mark has played for the likes of Nik Kershaw, Pete Townshend, The Cult, Fish, Ultravox but is best known for his magnificent playing with Big Country. Join Mark and myself as we celeb…
 
Part 2 of our conversation with Percussionist Stephen Landy opens with a discussion of Stephen’s time in undergrad at the University of North Florida (02:15), getting to Mizzou for grad school and some of what he learned there (18:00), and settles in for the Random Ass Questions, with topics involving rehearsal etiquette, Anime, Star Wars, assorted…
 
Damon gets to talk to Jeff about their relationship, drum corps, the Icarus Quartet and their new album, The Percussion Collective and so much more. There's other segments too, like music news, gig alerts and others.
 
Percussion Discussion Episode 89 - Dave Hassell Joining me today is drummer / percussionist / author and one of the finest drum and percussion educators in the UK Dave Hassell. Dave has played for so many incredible solo artistes, bands, orchestra's, sessions etc.... it would take forever to list them all, here is a little taster for you... Dr John…
 
2022 Mizzou Masters of Music in Percussion Graduate Stephen Landy stops by to talk about his Master’s Degree recital (03:00), playing in the New Music Ensemble at Mizzou (16:10), staying around for a third year (25:40), the challenges of learning brand new music all the time (36:40), and growing up in “Space Coast” Florida, his early guitar playing…
 
Percusson Discussion - Episode 88 - Brian Bennett We are firmly back in the legends lounge for this episode. Joining me today is Drummer, Composer, Arranger, Pianist, three times winner of the Ivor Novello award, Brian Bennett, OBE. Join Brian and myself as we celebrate some of the highlights of his remarkable career. Brian shares with us at the ag…
 
Jacksonville State University (AL) Percussion Professor Matthew Jordan stops by to talk about his position at JSU and the coordination of the large studio there (02:20), his Drum Corps teaching, work schedules with Bluecoats, and freelance performance work (20:00), growing up in Nashville, TN, his musical family, boy scouts, BMX biking, and getting…
 
Hello and welcome back to the TAMS Percussion Podcast. After some time off to finish up a busy semester, we are back with some fantastic guests! In this episode, we are joined with two of the cohosts of the @Percussion Podcast, Dr. Karlyn Viña, and Dr. Ksenija Komljenović. We take time to discuss the perspective of female percussionists in the indu…
 
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