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170 - Josh Quillen

Josh Quillen has forged a unique identity in the contemporary music world as all-around percussionist, expert steel drum performer (lauded as “softly sophisticated” by the New York Times), and composer. His collaborations with other composers frequently incorporate the steel drums as a core element. A member of the acclaimed ensemble Sō Percussion since 2006, Josh has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Lincoln Center Festival, Stanford Lively Arts, and dozens of other venues in the United States. In that time, Sō Percussion has toured Russia, Spain, Australia, Italy, Germany, and Scotland. He has had the opportunity to work closely with Steve Reich, Steve Mackey, Paul Lansky, David Lang, Matmos, Dan Deacon, and many others. Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 intro and hello 1:19 "Cangelosi" 2:35 A bit of Casey's background 11:50 A bit of Josh's background 16:00 Talking t...

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170 - Josh Quillen

171 - Karli Vina

Praised by the South Florida Classical Review for her "dazzling" and "incisive" performance, Dr. Karlyn Viña is a dynamic and creative percussionist based in Miami, FL. As a performer, Karlyn has a passion for solo, chamber, and orchestral music, with a particular interest in contemporary music. Karlyn has an active freelance career in South Florida, performing regularly with the Palm Beach Symphony and Florida Grand Opera.Dr. Viña serves on the faculty of Florida International University, Miami Music Project, Westminster Christian School, Ransom Everglades School, Florida Christian School, and South Florida Youth Symphony. Additionally, she maintains a busy private studio in Miami, teaching concert percussion, keyboard percussion, timpani, and drum set. In addition to her teaching, Karlyn serves on the Percussive Arts Society's Education Committee.Karlyn earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Percussion Performance from the University of Miami as a fellow of the Henry Mancini In...

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171 - Karli Vina

172 - Neil Grover

Neil Grover is a renowned percussionist (Boston Symphony and Boston Pops), accomplished music educator, imaginative product innovator, and successful entrepreneur. He is the founder and president of Grover Pro Percussion Inc., a market leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of world-class percussion instruments. Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and hello 2:22 Music charities5:00 Some historic musicians you've worked with?8:35 Founding GroverPro Percussion?15:30 How...do you make a triangle ?18:40 Other Boston percussionists who've started manufacturing mallets/instruments?22:20 Developing instruments or mallets from composers' demands?26:00 Balancing everything?29:50 Karli: commonly funny percussion accessory scenarios in schools.42:29 Advice for students on having an accessories routine?46:15 Recommended starter equipment?52:00 What motivates you, and how do you motivate your stud...

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172 - Neil Grover

173 - Tony Artimisi

Tony is an Associate Professor of Music at Winston Salem State University. He teaches recording and music business, and is the Chair of the Liberal Studies Department. He is a busy working drummer, and the author of "Rhythm Makers: The Drumming Legends of Nashville in Their Own Words". Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and Hello0:40 Tips on keeping your New Year's resolutions/goals6:35 Casey: What's the sound8:50 Some recording tech thoughts?21:28 Moving from Nashville and touring to your job at Winston Salem State U.?32:15 Emmy nomination?39:04 Karli: some thoughts on music industry curriculum.52:10 Thoughts on drumset pedagogy? Some info on Jeff Porcaro

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173 - Tony Artimisi

175 - Aiyun Huang

The ever-evolving Aiyun Huang enjoys a musical life as soloist, chamber musician, researcher, teacher and producer. She was the First Prizeand the Audience Award winner at the Geneva International Music Competition in 2002. As a soloist, her recent highlights include engagements with San Diego Symphony Orchestra, L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, St. Lawrence String Quartet, and Aventa Ensemble. The Globe and Mail critic Robert Everett-Green describes Huang’s playing as “engrossing to hear and to watch” and her choice of repertoire as capable of “renovating our habits of listening.” An expert in percussion theatre, her work on the subject has been published in Cambridge Companion to Percussion (2016) and Save Percussion Theater (Mode 242). Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and Hello 1:00 Spotify reports: Metal has the loyalist fans 5:20 Welcome, Aiyun Huang 6:35 ...

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175 - Aiyun Huang

179 - Kelli Rae Tubbs

Kelli Rae Tubbs is a drummer, singer, percussionist, author, teacher, and hosts a fantastic drumming and percussion history series on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNJYrmG99W5wNlN5gNQAJ8AShe documents many percussion sound effects from the silent movie era, and also drumset evolution and historical use. She has been interviewed and published in magazines: DRUM! and Vintage Drums Legendary Sounds.Put simply, singing drummers aren't made every day. I love making music people love to move to.I'm inspired by artists like The Beatles, The Police and Prince, and hope some of the magic in the hands of some of my favorite drummers--people likeRingo Starr, Stewart Copeland, Chris Layton, Billy Cobham, and Daniel Glass--will rub off on me. In addition to performing, I spend my time arranging for young percussion ensembles, researching historical drum methods and styles, refurbishing antique instruments, and sharing my insights to the world of percussion through the written word and...

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179 - Kelli Rae Tubbs

180 - John Tafoya

John Tafoya serves as Chairman of the percussion department and is Professor of Percussion at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. From 1999-2007 he served as principal timpanist for the National Symphony Orchestra and has held previous principal timpani positions with the American Wind Symphony, the National Repertory Orchestra, the Owensboro Symphony (KY), the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra (IN) and the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra.John Tafoya earned BM and MM degrees in percussion performance from Indiana University. While at I.U., Tafoya was the recipient of the prestigious performer's certificate, first prize winner of the 1985 National Society of Arts and Letters competition, and performed as solo timpanist with the Indiana University Orchestra. Mr. Tafoya's percussion teachers at Indiana University were George Gaber and Gerald Carlyss.An active educator and sought after clinician, Mr. Tafoya has presented numerous master classes and clinics at universities across...

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180 - John Tafoya

181 - Robert McCormick

Robert McCormick is currently Professor of Music and director of the percussion program at the University of South Florida in Tampa. He served as principal percussionist/assistant timpanist with the Florida Orchestra for 20 seasons. He is a former member of the Harry Partch Ensemble and often performs with high profile artists of all genres. In 2010, he conducted the premiere performance of Chan Hae Lee’s Korean folk opera Simcheongga at the National Center of Performing Arts in Seoul. In March 2014 Robert performed the world premiere of Baljinder Sekhon’s Double Percussion Concerto at Carnegie Hall with percussionist Lee Hinkle. His myriad recordings with the McCormick Percussion Group, McCormick Duo and others continually receive the highest critical acclaim from composers and scholars. Robert is the host of the annual McCormick Marimba Festival which attracts major university marimba ensembles and performers from around the world. Robert was the 2006 recipient of the Florida Mu...

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181 - Robert McCormick

183 - Cynthia Yeh

Cynthia Yeh joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as principal percussionist in June 2007. She previously served as principal percussionist for the San Diego Symphony Orchestra from 2004 to 2007.Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Ms. Yeh received a Bachelor of Music performance degree from the University of British Columbia anda Master of Music performance degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, where she studied with Alan Abel.As an active soloist, Ms Yeh performed with the Chicago Symphony, the National Symphony of Taiwan, the National Orchestra of Mexico, the Chicago Sinfonietta and the Illinois Philharmonic. Ms Yeh has been featured Chicago’s WFMT program Live from Levin Studio. She performs regularly with the CSO’s MusicNOW ensemble as well as various chamber ensembles throughout Chicago.Ms Yeh is currently on faculty at DePaul University and the Aspen Music Festival. She has served on the faculty of the National Youth Orchestra-USA, Pacific Music Festival as well as the Chosen V...

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183 - Cynthia Yeh

Latest Episodes

We've moved!

Thank you for listening If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element We're now at: https://atpercussion.podbean.com/ iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-percussion-podcast/id1476888119

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We've moved!

170 - Josh Quillen

Josh Quillen has forged a unique identity in the contemporary music world as all-around percussionist, expert steel drum performer (lauded as “softly sophisticated” by the New York Times), and composer. His collaborations with other composers frequently incorporate the steel drums as a core element. A member of the acclaimed ensemble Sō Percussion since 2006, Josh has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Lincoln Center Festival, Stanford Lively Arts, and dozens of other venues in the United States. In that time, Sō Percussion has toured Russia, Spain, Australia, Italy, Germany, and Scotland. He has had the opportunity to work closely with Steve Reich, Steve Mackey, Paul Lansky, David Lang, Matmos, Dan Deacon, and many others. Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 intro and hello 1:19 "Cangelosi" 2:35 A bit of Casey's background 11:50 A bit of Josh's background 16:00 Talking t...

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170 - Josh Quillen

171 - Karli Vina

Praised by the South Florida Classical Review for her "dazzling" and "incisive" performance, Dr. Karlyn Viña is a dynamic and creative percussionist based in Miami, FL. As a performer, Karlyn has a passion for solo, chamber, and orchestral music, with a particular interest in contemporary music. Karlyn has an active freelance career in South Florida, performing regularly with the Palm Beach Symphony and Florida Grand Opera.Dr. Viña serves on the faculty of Florida International University, Miami Music Project, Westminster Christian School, Ransom Everglades School, Florida Christian School, and South Florida Youth Symphony. Additionally, she maintains a busy private studio in Miami, teaching concert percussion, keyboard percussion, timpani, and drum set. In addition to her teaching, Karlyn serves on the Percussive Arts Society's Education Committee.Karlyn earned her Doctorate of Musical Arts in Percussion Performance from the University of Miami as a fellow of the Henry Mancini In...

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171 - Karli Vina

172 - Neil Grover

Neil Grover is a renowned percussionist (Boston Symphony and Boston Pops), accomplished music educator, imaginative product innovator, and successful entrepreneur. He is the founder and president of Grover Pro Percussion Inc., a market leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of world-class percussion instruments. Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and hello 2:22 Music charities5:00 Some historic musicians you've worked with?8:35 Founding GroverPro Percussion?15:30 How...do you make a triangle ?18:40 Other Boston percussionists who've started manufacturing mallets/instruments?22:20 Developing instruments or mallets from composers' demands?26:00 Balancing everything?29:50 Karli: commonly funny percussion accessory scenarios in schools.42:29 Advice for students on having an accessories routine?46:15 Recommended starter equipment?52:00 What motivates you, and how do you motivate your stud...

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172 - Neil Grover

173 - Tony Artimisi

Tony is an Associate Professor of Music at Winston Salem State University. He teaches recording and music business, and is the Chair of the Liberal Studies Department. He is a busy working drummer, and the author of "Rhythm Makers: The Drumming Legends of Nashville in Their Own Words". Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and Hello0:40 Tips on keeping your New Year's resolutions/goals6:35 Casey: What's the sound8:50 Some recording tech thoughts?21:28 Moving from Nashville and touring to your job at Winston Salem State U.?32:15 Emmy nomination?39:04 Karli: some thoughts on music industry curriculum.52:10 Thoughts on drumset pedagogy? Some info on Jeff Porcaro

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173 - Tony Artimisi

175 - Aiyun Huang

The ever-evolving Aiyun Huang enjoys a musical life as soloist, chamber musician, researcher, teacher and producer. She was the First Prizeand the Audience Award winner at the Geneva International Music Competition in 2002. As a soloist, her recent highlights include engagements with San Diego Symphony Orchestra, L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Taipei Symphony Orchestra, St. Lawrence String Quartet, and Aventa Ensemble. The Globe and Mail critic Robert Everett-Green describes Huang’s playing as “engrossing to hear and to watch” and her choice of repertoire as capable of “renovating our habits of listening.” An expert in percussion theatre, her work on the subject has been published in Cambridge Companion to Percussion (2016) and Save Percussion Theater (Mode 242). Watch here. Listen below. If you cannot see the audio controls, your browser does not support the audio element 0:00 Intro and Hello 1:00 Spotify reports: Metal has the loyalist fans 5:20 Welcome, Aiyun Huang 6:35 ...

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175 - Aiyun Huang

179 - Kelli Rae Tubbs

Kelli Rae Tubbs is a drummer, singer, percussionist, author, teacher, and hosts a fantastic drumming and percussion history series on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNJYrmG99W5wNlN5gNQAJ8AShe documents many percussion sound effects from the silent movie era, and also drumset evolution and historical use. She has been interviewed and published in magazines: DRUM! and Vintage Drums Legendary Sounds.Put simply, singing drummers aren't made every day. I love making music people love to move to.I'm inspired by artists like The Beatles, The Police and Prince, and hope some of the magic in the hands of some of my favorite drummers--people likeRingo Starr, Stewart Copeland, Chris Layton, Billy Cobham, and Daniel Glass--will rub off on me. In addition to performing, I spend my time arranging for young percussion ensembles, researching historical drum methods and styles, refurbishing antique instruments, and sharing my insights to the world of percussion through the written word and...

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179 - Kelli Rae Tubbs

180 - John Tafoya

John Tafoya serves as Chairman of the percussion department and is Professor of Percussion at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. From 1999-2007 he served as principal timpanist for the National Symphony Orchestra and has held previous principal timpani positions with the American Wind Symphony, the National Repertory Orchestra, the Owensboro Symphony (KY), the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra (IN) and the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra.John Tafoya earned BM and MM degrees in percussion performance from Indiana University. While at I.U., Tafoya was the recipient of the prestigious performer's certificate, first prize winner of the 1985 National Society of Arts and Letters competition, and performed as solo timpanist with the Indiana University Orchestra. Mr. Tafoya's percussion teachers at Indiana University were George Gaber and Gerald Carlyss.An active educator and sought after clinician, Mr. Tafoya has presented numerous master classes and clinics at universities across...

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180 - John Tafoya

181 - Robert McCormick

Robert McCormick is currently Professor of Music and director of the percussion program at the University of South Florida in Tampa. He served as principal percussionist/assistant timpanist with the Florida Orchestra for 20 seasons. He is a former member of the Harry Partch Ensemble and often performs with high profile artists of all genres. In 2010, he conducted the premiere performance of Chan Hae Lee’s Korean folk opera Simcheongga at the National Center of Performing Arts in Seoul. In March 2014 Robert performed the world premiere of Baljinder Sekhon’s Double Percussion Concerto at Carnegie Hall with percussionist Lee Hinkle. His myriad recordings with the McCormick Percussion Group, McCormick Duo and others continually receive the highest critical acclaim from composers and scholars. Robert is the host of the annual McCormick Marimba Festival which attracts major university marimba ensembles and performers from around the world. Robert was the 2006 recipient of the Florida Mu...

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181 - Robert McCormick

183 - Cynthia Yeh

Cynthia Yeh joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as principal percussionist in June 2007. She previously served as principal percussionist for the San Diego Symphony Orchestra from 2004 to 2007.Born in Taipei, Taiwan, Ms. Yeh received a Bachelor of Music performance degree from the University of British Columbia anda Master of Music performance degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, where she studied with Alan Abel.As an active soloist, Ms Yeh performed with the Chicago Symphony, the National Symphony of Taiwan, the National Orchestra of Mexico, the Chicago Sinfonietta and the Illinois Philharmonic. Ms Yeh has been featured Chicago’s WFMT program Live from Levin Studio. She performs regularly with the CSO’s MusicNOW ensemble as well as various chamber ensembles throughout Chicago.Ms Yeh is currently on faculty at DePaul University and the Aspen Music Festival. She has served on the faculty of the National Youth Orchestra-USA, Pacific Music Festival as well as the Chosen V...

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183 - Cynthia Yeh
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