Oscar van Dillen Introduction The timbales are a percussion instrument, whose history is closely connected to the history of Cuban music. Its ancestors, the European timpani, were brought to Cuba more than two hundred years ago.
Prior to coming to the Conservatory, she was Manager of Learning Programs and Community Engagement for The Cleveland Orchestra, where she continues to present guest workshops and pre-concert lectures. Heinrich spearheaded the development and implementation of a strategic plan for new education programs, including the creation of the Alabama Symphony Youth Orchestra.
In addition to keeping an active performance schedule, Dave is an accomplished educator and clinician, and is currently on the faculty at UW-Parkside, UW-Milwaukee and the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.
Dave works with band directors throughout the Midwest organizing summer camps and clinics, and giving master classes on jazz, percussion and drum set. Students taking private lessons with Dave are exceptionally prepared to study percussion at the undergraduate and graduate level, and many of his private students have become accomplished musicians and educators in their own right.
Dave earned a bachelor of arts in music education from UW-Milwaukee. He has served as Thesis on percussion dance accompanist at Interlochen Center for the Arts since and at University of Wisconsin-Madison since Devin Drobka Percussion Devin Drobka, drummer, composer, and educator has been playing drums for the past 20 years.
Devin is currently one of the most in demand performers and educators in the Midwest. Devin moved to New York in to further his musical knowledge. Devin moved back to Milwaukee in and quickly established himself as a go-to educator. Devin is also teaching drumset and helping coach the combos at UW-Whitewater.
InDevin began recording for the Hal Leonard Corporation. Devin is also the founder of UnrehearsedMKE, which is one of the longest running local improvised music series.
He has been teaching at the Wisconsin Conservatory since and as adjunct instructor of percussion at Carroll University since the fall of During his childhood both his father and uncle played major roles in the Midwest music scene as musicians, promoters and bandleaders, and Cecilio started his music studies at the age of five at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.
While in high school, he studied in the school music program and learned to read music, music theory, play drum-set and concert percussion, earning him top honors in solo and state competitions. Cecilio began playing professionally by the age of 16 and at 21 embarked on his solo career, working to develope himself as an artist and teacher.
InCecilio started working with Milwaukee Public Theatre, teaching arts residencies, drumming and touring in several theatre productions.
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Her thesis research focused on the popularization of Gaita Music, a musical tradition of Northern Colombia. While at ASU, Mrs. Mitchell Shiner Coordinator — Percussion Jazz Institute Mitch Shiner began playing drums at age eight and has been studying percussion since age nine.
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TIMBALES IN CUBAN MUSIC. by Daniel Hahnfeld – Codarts University of the Arts () Thesis-counselor: Oscar van Dillen.
Introduction. The timbales are a percussion instrument, whose history is closely connected to the history of Cuban music.