We have a fantastic and diverse line-up of guest artists planned for our Fall 2020 semester. All percussion masterclass sessions will be delivered virtually using Zoom and are free and open to the public. If you would like to attend a session, please use the individual links below to register for the Zoom meeting you would like to join.
Questions can be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schedule of Events
Elizabeth DeLamater, PAS Diversity Alliance | Zoom Registration
Troy Wollwage, Yamaha Percussion | Zoom Registration
Steve Hemphill, Northern Arizona University | Zoom Registration
Anthony Cirone, master percussionist & educator | Zoom Registration
Chris Dingman, NYC-based vibraphonist | Zoom Registration
Joe W. Moore III, Benedict College | Zoom Registration
Rashid Williams, touring drum set artist | Zoom Registration
Karli Viña, Florida International University | Zoom Registration
Michael Sammons, University of Utah | Zoom Registration
Buck McCloud, freelance percussionist & educator | Zoom Registration
Melinda Leoce, Adams State University | Zoom Registration
Matt Keown, icarus Quartet (iQ) | Zoom Registration
Annie Stevens, Virginia Tech | Zoom Registration
Ed Roscetti, drum set and world percussion artist | Zoom Registration
Joshua Simonds, Executive Director, Percussive Arts Society | Zoom Registration
For the best experience using the Zoom format, please make sure you take a moment to follow-up with these items:
- If you haven't already, download the Zoom application onto your device prior to the designated meeting time.
- If you already have Zoom downloaded, take a moment to update the application to the latest version.
Additionally, here is some simple video conferencing etiquette to follow in order to make the experience enjoyable for everyone involved:
- Be on time. Being on time allows the session to move smoothly and not run over.
- Be prepared. Ensure you can participate and get everything out of the experience. This means troubleshooting your technology before the meeting begins.
- Be present. Have your video camera on. It is more engaging when you can talk to a face instead of a blank screen with a name.
- Be engaging. Sit upright in a chair and engage in our discussions like you would in a normal face-to-face setting. Participate in the conversation; everyone has something to offer.