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Theo Christo is a Los Angeles Music Academy 2010 graduate and has since been a professional musician, having participated in various music projects, live and in the studio, as well as in theatre musicals (A Tale Without Name, Spamalot) not only as a drummer/percussionist, but also as a producer, sound & mixing engineer. He has been performing with various independent artists (The Storyville Ragtimers, HMTA, Level X, Methexis…) on album releases, studio sessions and live concerts. He has also been a member of the Philarmonic Orchestra of Aghia Paraskevi. Theo is a founding member of NūN Records, a record label which specializes in cutting vinyl, mixing and mastering. In the fall of 2019 Theo participated not only as a drummer, but also a recording/mixing engineer & producer on Dale Kellison’s bluegrass project, Country From Another Country. As a producer and songwriter Theo has been releasing his music since 2019 through Projēct Sunlight, collaborating with accomplished musicians on compositions and lyrics of his own. After being a tutor at LAMA, Theo has been teaching drums to people of all ages and levels, privately or in group lessons. Since 2011 he has been working for some of the most well known music schools of Athens, Greece, such as Modern Music Arts and Vari Music Lab, as well as private educational institutions, like Paidiko Polytechneio. In 2017, collaborating with tap dancer Maria Hadjipanteli, they introduced Tap ’n’ Groove, a seminar on the conjunction between stage performance and music theory, aiming at a deeper understanding of music. In 2020 Theo published his first book on learning how to play the drums titled Stick to the Groove Vol
Keisuke Kishi is a drummer and composer currently based in Hawaii and New York City. He was born in Hiroshima, Japan in 1988. Keisuke started to learn drums from 7 years old. He experienced various bands and he met Jazz at 20 years old and he had joined in various jam session. He was influenced by Tony Williams, Elvin Jones, Art Blakey. In 2009, He started Professional work in Osaka, Japan. Afterwards he organized his Jazz Fusion band group for 2012-2017. That his band group had went around in Japan as tour. Also he played Billboard Osaka Japan and Tower Records Japan. He has joined and performed huge Jazz festival of Takatsuki, Osaka each year
In classical thought, the four elements are earth, water, air and fire. The fifth element, quintessence or spirit, is captured in the music we love to play. A jazz quintet featuring Dave Coules, Dale Scaife, Ron Johnston, Glenn Anderson and Nina Richmond.
The sound of Hogo Fogo’s musical universe derives from the four corners of the world. Often boundary-pushing in their improvisations - other times insisting in their melodic ostinatios. With inspirations from Nordic Folk, American Jazz and African Funk Hogo Fogo is a breath of fresh air on the Danish music scene. The band describes their own music as a kind of World/Urban/Soul/Folk intstrumental groove music. The four musicians Michael Dalgas (Dr), Lars Emil Riis (Keys), Spencer Gross (Gui) and Søren Lund (Bas) have played together for more than 14 years as backingband for a wide range of artists
Alex Louloudis was born in Drama, Greece, in 1993 and started playing drums and percussion when he was 9. He performed professionally for the first time when he was 13. A year before, at the age of 12, Mr. Louloudis started studying drums and classical percussion at the Conservatory of Music in Drama under the guidance of Mr. Fotis Valeras. He went on to play with various local bands and percussion ensembles while taking lessons with master drummer Nikos Vargiamides, performing outside Drama, playing a variety of hand percussion at traditional Greek music festivals and studying Jazz and Afro-Cuban music. Mr
Gioele Pagliaccia is a drummer and composer born in Marsciano (Perugia) but raised between Italy, Santo Domingo and the United States. Thanks to his step-dad he started playing percussion at age eight, but quickly switched to drums and taught himself how to play by obsessively practicing over records by Primus, Fela Kuti and John Coltrane. Around that time he also taught himself how to play both the acoustic and electric guitars with wich he composes all kinds of music. After spending six years between Oregon, New York and San Francisco, he moved to Rome and became part of the city's vibrant scene, playing with Pasquale Innarella, Henry Cook (Either Orchestra, Mulatu Astatke) and Manlio Maresca among others
Founded by bassist Steve Messick in early 2010, the Endemic Ensemble is a modern jazz quintet based in Seattle, Washington with Messick on double bass, Travis Ranney on tenor and soprano saxophones, Matso Limtiaco on baritone saxophone and bass clarinet, David Franklin on piano, and Christian Krehbiel on drums. The music, composed by Messick, Franklin, and Limtiaco, is influenced by '60s hard bop, big band, and 19th and 20th century classical music, and is described as having "swinging rhythm, great tunes and purposeful playing - always in the service of the song, and usually anchored in the blues" (Lucid Culture)
Griffin Brown is a composer, poet, songwriter+vocalist, drummer, producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Brooklyn. His work collides—and sometimes exists wholly inside of—idioms like classical, jazz, electronic, experimental pop and rock, and improvised music. He has performed and had music debuted in a variety of concert halls, clubs, and basements: among many others, the Cornelia Street Café and Miller Theatre in New York, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library and Morse Recital Hall in New Haven, CT, the Trocadero and World Café Live in Philadelphia, La Schola Cantorum in Paris, the Baked Potato in Los Angeles, festivals like highSCORE and next year’s impuls Festival in Europe, and lots of houses in the path of the Northeast Corridor