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Tue, Oct 13


Zoom Online Session

A Drum Hangs Zoom Workshop with Ed Soph

We hope you'll join us on Tuesday 13th October for this exclusive workshop with the incredible Ed Soph!

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A Drum Hangs Zoom Workshop with Ed Soph
A Drum Hangs Zoom Workshop with Ed Soph

Time & Location

Oct 13, 2020, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM GMT+1

Zoom Online Session


About the Event

Ed Soph is internationally recognized as an author, teacher, and musician. As a performer and recording artist, Ed has played with the big bands of Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Bill Watrous, and Clark Terry. Small group credits include Joe Henderson, Bobby Shew, Lee Konitz, Randy Brecker, David Liebman, Carl Fontana, Bill Evans, Clark Terry, Marvin Stamm, Bill Mays, Dan Haerle, Stefan Karlsson, and Eddie Gomez.

Ed’s most recent publication, in both book and DVD format, is MUSICAL TIME, published by Carl Fischer. Other publications include THE BIG BAND PRIMER , and ESSENTIAL TECHNIQUES FOR DRUMSET (Meredith Music). He also has created a course of study that is available on the Drum Channel.

Ed has been the recipient of lifetime achievement awards in education from the Yamaha Corporation and the Percussive Arts Society, and he was inducted into the Percussive Arts Society’s Hall of Fame in 2016. He was also recognized as a “LeJENd in Jazz Education” by the Jazz Education Network.

Ed recently retired as Professor of Jazz Studies at the University of North Texas where he taught for 30 years. His students include Ari Hoenig, Keith Carlock, Jason Sutter, Jim White, Jim Riley, Ross Pederson, Bill Campbell, Brian Delaney, Ross Redmond, Earl Harvin, and Blair Sinta.

Ed is an Artist Clinician for Yamaha drums, Zildjian cymbals, Innovative Percussion, and Evans drumheads.

Come and learn from a true master of our art.

Participants are encouraged to have a pair of sticks and a practice pad or kit to hand although it's also perfectly fine if you'd like to just watch and soak up all the information.


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