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Apr162012

Top drummer to give masterclass at ICMP

Top drummer, John Favicchia, will give an exclusive masterclass to students of London's Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) on Tuesday 24 April 2012.

John FavicchiaKnown for his extreme versatility, the New York-based drummer has performed and/or recorded with such greats as Tony Levin, Lonnie Plaxico, John Benitez, Harvie S, Larry Coryell, Rachel Z, Eddie Money, The Tokens, Kerry Kearney, Chris Geith, Laco Deczi, Mike Pope, Steve Adelson and Bob Malach.

Recently, John Favicchia has been touring and recording with his own band, The Dharma All Stars. His debut solo release, World Time, earned rave reviews and was a Top 10 Critics Pick of the Year in Jazziz magazine.

The masterclass will focus on how drummers can connect musical ideas with technique and John Favicchia will perform tracks from his critically acclaimed CDs as well as teaching lessons from his instructional book, Elements.

For more details, contact the ICMP directly on:

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