Mark Galeo is an alumni of Berklee College of Music, where he majored in performance and composition. An accomplished drummer and pianist, he has written and performed on numerous commercials, jungles and recorded CD's by himself and other various artists.
He has two grown daughters and currently resides in upstate New York with his wife and three rescue dogs.
Dr. Graeme Francis
Dr. Graeme Francis is currently Adjunct Professor of Percussion at The College of St. Rose in Albany, NY, where he teaches percussion and drum set lessons and is the director of the Percussion Ensemble. A versatile performer, Mr. Francis's drum set work includes performances with such jazz luminaries as Ed Smith, Bill Watrous, Chris Thomas, Ray Vega, Pete Rodriguez, and Doc Watkins, with whom he performed at Carnegie Hall. Read More...
Rob has been playing the drums for nearly 20 years. He obtained a degree in Music Industry from SUNY Oneonta, studying and performing a range of styles including jazz, latin and funk. Since then he has performed, toured and recorded with numerous artists. He has been teaching drumming for the past six years, and has experience will all ages and skill levels. As a teacher Rob continuously strives to get students excited about drumming and their individual growth. In addition to drum set Rob plays tabla, cajon, doumbek and other world percussion.
I have been playing drums for 16 years and teaching for over 4 years. I've studied drum set and snare drum privately for over 10 years. I teach various styles of drumset playing such as Rock, Funk, Metal, Jazz, Brazzilian, Afro Cuban and have a strong background in snare drum and rudiments.
Art has been playing drums for more than 30 years and has been teaching for over 25 years.
Currently Art is a contributing writer for Drumhead Magazine, issues 5, Fall 2007 to present, writing the lessons for the department Drum U & contributing regularly to the department Practice/Play With the Pros, in print, on CD & video lessons for Drumhead Magazines digital addition. More info on the web at www.drumheadmag.com
As a performer and session artist,