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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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Percussionist, Educator, and Bodhran performer Cara Wildman returns to talk about her (then) upcoming PASIC presentation, session etiquette, and the living art of Folk Music (03:05), going full bore in bodhran playing and teaching, using social media, virtual clinics, and inventive teaching uses of Crisco (27:30), leaving Elementary School teaching…
 
Damon gets to talk to Jon about their past in the marching arts, his path through school, his teachers, winning an orchestral gig, teaching others and more. There are other segments, including: R.I.P., Happy Birthday, gig alerts, educational spotlights, music news and others.
 
Join Sky and Sui-Lin as they interview non percussionist music education majors from VanderCook College of Music. These non percussion major students discuss how they practice when they are not percussionists, different tactics they use to interpret music, and many more interesting and engaging topics. The VanderFriends consist of two choral music …
 
Percussionist and Educator Elizabeth DeLamater returns to the podcast to discuss the Percussive Arts Society Diversity Panel Session she hosted at PASIC 2021 on “Percussion is for Everybody”, and discusses some of the other Diversity Events that happened at PASIC (02:50), getting COVID in late 2019 and the long-term effects from that (31:10), her c…
 
Damon gets to talk to Mark about the World Percussion Committee for the Percussive Arts Society, make a connection between the Mbira, Kalimba, Karimba, and Marimba and other educational tidbits. There's other segments too, including: R.I.P., gig alerts, educational spotlight, music news and more!
 
Joining Michael, Sky, and Sui-Lin on the podcast today is the Principal percussionist of the Kansas City Symphony, published author, teacher, performer, arranger? (more on that later in the episode) and overall great guy Josh Jones! A native of Chicago, Illinois, Josh Jones started hitting things at age 2 and received his first drum set at age 3. J…
 
Northwestern State University (LA) Percussion Professor and Band Director Oliver Molina returns to talk about his 2021 PASIC New Literature Ensemble Session, and his group winning the Chamber Competition at PASIC in 2019 (03:40), updates at NWSU, his son’s birth, finishing his doctorate, and his PAS Education Committee Chair responsibilities (28:50…
 
Happy New Year everyone! Thank you for the continued support for the show! We are super excited to be delivering content to you right off the bat this year with a wonderful guest, Dana Dominguez! Dana Dominguez is a 23 year old percussionist from San Antonio, Texas. She attended John Paul Stevens High School, received her Bachelor’s degree in Music…
 
Quintin Mallette returns to talk about his time at the University of Georgia for his grad degrees and his amazing experience learning under Tim Adams (05:00), how he created a career after his doctorate, “all music is film scoring”, and his convoluted path to his job at Fayetteville State (NC) (20:50), and settles in for the Random Ass Questions, i…
 
Damon gets to talk to Victor and Jonny from the Sandbox Percussion chamber group about how they formed, where they met, balancing other performance opportunities with the ensemble, the new album, grammy noms, PASIC, video creations and more. There are other segments too, including: gig alerts, an iconic recording, music news and others.…
 
In this episode, Michael, Sky, and Sui-Lin take on a variety of interesting topics including the wrap up of the semester, some of our most embarrassing percussion moments of the year, a few cuica impressions from Michael and Sky. There are also some interesting stories including the natural balance of introvertedness and extrovertedness, driving ar…
 
Fayetteville State University (NC) Percussion and Music Professor Quintin Mallette stops by to talk about his PASIC Research on Illocution, Ecological Systems, Respect of Concert Music vs. Vernacular music, among other topics (03:30), his FSU job, creating a career, doing lots of driving, and specialists vs. generalists (36:45), growing up in Easte…
 
Joining Michael, Sky and Sui Lin today on Episode Nine of the TAMS Percussion Podcast is Earl Yowell! Earl Yowell was the Professor of Percussion Studies at Shenandoah Conservatory from 2007-2021. In addition to teaching during his time at Shenandoah, he has also been a featured soloist with the Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony Orchestra and Wind E…
 
DMV Music Academy founder, percussionist, entrepreneur, freelancer, professor, and performer Donnie Johns stops by to talk about his recent PASIC performance as part of the Colour of Music Orchestral Percussion Section (03:00), his percussion activities with Richmond Symphony, Bowie State, UMBC, and DMV (19:00), growing up south of Baltimore, his e…
 
Damon gets to talk to Mike and Tony about sound design for the marching arts and pageantry. How they got started, some gear choices, tips for success, and much more. There are other segments too, including, R.I.P., Happy Birthday, gig alerts, iconic recording, music news and others.
 
Marimbist and Vocalist Brian Calhoon stops by to talk about his PASIC performance and how he put together singing and playing marimba (05:10), his percussion and innkeeper responsibilities (29:00), growing up in the Bay Area, Chanticleer, his marimba-playing grandmother, and his early undergrad years (47:20), leaving CA to finish his higher educati…
 
University of Florida Adjunct Percussion and Music History Professor Danielle Moreau stops by to talk about her PASIC Performance of Derek Tywoniuk’s “Savino” (02:25), her job at Florida, the unusual dual degree programs offered there, and the challenges for new college students (13:00), the Moreau/VanTuinen duo she plays in with her wife, Danielle…
 
Columbia (MO) based Percussion Performer, Educator, Adjudicator and Arranger Alexandros Fragiskatos returns to talk about his performance for solo voice and percussion at PASIC 2021 (06:40), job transitions in Missouri after Covid issues, and new opportunities availing themselves at Central Methodist University (MO) and elsewhere (24:40), going bac…
 
Damon gets to talk to Rusty about PASIC, curriculum, Cincinnati, percussion ensembles, the vibraphone, his books, gigs, audition tips and more. There's other segments like: Happy Birthday, educational spotlight, product reviews, iconic recording, music news and others.
 
In this episode of the TAMS Percussion Podcast, Michael and Sky interview Scott Brown, the founder of the percussion company Flam 7 Percussion. "Established in early 2020 in Cincinnati, FLAM 7 is a brand providing equipment, advice & world-class instruction to individuals and programs nationwide. We are firm believers that who you know and where yo…
 
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Percussion Professor Juan Álamo stops by to talk about his 2021 PASIC presentation (03:30), his job at UNC-Chapel Hill and his compositional and performing outlets (22:45), growing up in Cidra, Puerto Rico, his beginnings playing timbales to recordings, and his time at the Conservatory in San Juan, PR (44:…
 
Damon gets to talk to Marcos about his recent clinic at PASIC, his new lessons at CongaChops (dot com), Afro-Cuban music vocabulary, touring with Marc Anthony, covid protocols and much more! There's other segments like: R.I.P., Happy Birthday, educational spotlights, an iconic recording, music news and others.…
 
Here from some of the great folks presenting at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention this week! Featuring discussions with Quintin Mallette (02:00), Elizabeth DeLamater (36:30), Juan Álamo (01:06:30), Oliver Molina (01:27:30), and Cara Wildman (01:54:15). Links: PASIC 2021 Quintin Mallette Elizabeth DeLamater Juan Álamo Oliver Molin…
 
It’s PASIC 2021 time! We have Part 1 of our annual Preview Episodes, focusing on presentations by Alexandros Fragiskatos (02:30), Danielle Moreau (23:00), Brian Calhoon (35:10), and Donnie Johns (01:00:40). Links: PASIC 2021 website Alexandros Fragiskatos Danielle Moreau Brian Calhoon Donnie Johns저자 Pete's Percussion Podcast
 
Drummer/Singer/Songwriter Jordan West joined us to talk about her musical journey so far, what got her into playing drums, her jazz background, playing rock/soul with Grace Potter, her upcoming clinic at PASIC 2021 and so much more. Jordan uses the Vater Classics 5A model. www.vater.com www.instagram.com/vaterdrumsticks www.facebook.com/vaterdrumst…
 
Vater Drumsticks Artist Will Hunt has loads of stories, knowledge and advice to share from his many years as a professional drummer. He's been on the kit for Black Label Society, Motley Crue, Methods of Mayhem, Staind, Static-X, Device, Slaughter, Vince Neil, Bloodsimple, and Vasco Rossi to name a few. Will has also been with Evanescence since 2007…
 
In this episode, Michael, Sky, and Sui-Lin have a variety of interesting conversations about a variety of interesting topics. Some of these include how their schools adapted to the COVID-19 Pandemic, a few performances we enjoyed, and why Michael likes to mess with a light in his room while everyone is recording :) Make sure you're following us on …
 
Percussionist and Educator Hannah Weaver returns to talk about Omaha weather, “Parks and Rec”, and more about her Eastman undergrad experience (03:45), her years at the University of Michigan for the master’s (11:40), working in Indiana after undergrad, returning to Eastman for the doctorate and their “famous” doctoral exams, and dealing with burno…
 
Damon gets to talk to Andy about all of his adventures (musical and otherwise), other careers, his teachers, and plenty of laughs along the way. There are other segments too, like: Happy Birthday, gig alerts, product review, social soundbyte, music news and more!
 
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