LP Clinics

Posted on August 1st, 2013 by marcia.stevenson

LP is firmly committed to music education. Each month, with the cooperation of retailers and schools, we schedule educational clinics and events with our most talented and knowledgeable endorsing artists.

Many of these events offer free (or very nominal) admission and all are designed to inspire, educate and entertain everyone in attendance. Please check with the event organizer for admission fees and start times.

John Favicchia
Thu, Oct 30th
John Favicchia Drum Set Clinic
Sam Ash Music
155 US Highway 22
Springfield Township, NEW JERSEY
Phone: 973-376-5161


Rich Redmond
Fri, Oct 31st – Sun, Nov 2nd
2nd Annual CRASH Course for Success Drummer’s Weekend hosted by Rich Redmond
Register ONLINE

Nashville, TENNESSEE
Web site: RichRedmond.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CRASHwithRich


John Favicchia
Sat, Nov 1st
John Favicchia Drum Set Clinic
Musicology Performance Center
90-92 West Main St.
Smithtown, NEW YORK
Phone: 631-352-5535


John Favicchia
Sun, Nov 2nd
John Favicchia Drum Set Clinic
New York School of Music
42B Orchard St.
Walden, NEW YORK
Phone: 845-778-7594


John Favicchia
Mon, Nov 3rd
John Favicchia Drum Set Clinic
Sam Ash Music
269 Old Walt Whitman Road
Huntington Station, NEW YORK
Phone: 631-421-9333

2014 Honor Band Festival at George Mason University
Nov 7th to 9th

George Mason University
Fairfax Campus, de Laski Performing Center
Fairfax, VA
For more information visit: masonhonorband.weebly.com


Rich Redmond
November 8th 12pm to 1:30pm
Rich Redmond
Best of Rock & Country
Sam Ash
1647 Gallatin Pike North
Madison, Tennessee
Phone: 615-860-7475

Shawn Pelton
Shawn Pelton Drumming Clinic & Performance
Mon, Nov 10th Concert at 7:30 pm
Hendricks Hall – Tickets: $10
Tue, Nov 11 at 10:45 am – Admission: FREE
Hart Recital Hall
University of Central Missouri
Building UTT 109
Warrensburg, MISSOURI
Contact: Michael Sekelsky


Mark Walker
Sat, Nov 15th
Mark Walker FREE Drumming Clinic
Minnesota State University Day of Percussion
1104 7th Ave. South
Contact: Dr. Kenyon Williams


Shawn Pelton
Thu, Nov 20th at 11am
Shawn Pelton Drumset Clinic
PASIC International Drum & Percussion Expo
Rhythm Discovery Center
Indianapolis, INDIANA


Gregg Bissonette
Thu, Nov 20th at 5pm
Gregg Bissonette Drum set Clinic
PASIC International Drum & Percussion Expo
Rhythm Discovery Center
Indianapolis, INDIANA


Chembo Corniel & Victor Rendon
Fri, Nov 21st at 11am
World Percussion Clinic/Performance -
Chembo Corniel, Victor Rendon, Cascadu, Yasuyo Kimura
PASIC International Drum & Percussion Expo
Rhythm Discovery Center
Indianapolis, INDIANA


John Santos
Fri, Nov 21st at 11:30AM
Afro-Latin Jazz Rhythm Clinic with
John Santos
CSM Choral Room
College of San Mateo
1700 West Hillsdale Boulevard
Henry Brun
Sat, Nov 22nd at 11am
Henry Brun Professional Development Clinic
PASIC International Drum & Percussion Expo
Rhythm Discovery Center
Indianapolis, INDIANA


Greg Garman
Sat, Nov 22nd at 12pm
Greg Garman Drum Set Clinic
Drum Circuit
280 Higuera St.
San Luis Obispo, CALIFORNIA
Email: info@greggarmandrums.com

Damon Grant
Sat, Nov 23rd 9am to 5pm
Damon Grant Percussion Clinic
Day of Percussion
Barnstable High School
744 West Main St.


Rich Redmond
December 6th
Rich Redmond
CRASH Course for Success by Rich Redmond
Rocky’s Music Studio
Rensselaer, New York
Phone: 518-429-6380


Ignacio Berroa
Janaury 8th, 2015
Ignacio Berroa
Jazz Education Network Conference
Manchester Grand Hyatt

LP Artists Offer a Unique Brand of Music Education at the Brooklyn Charter School

Posted on March 20th, 2012 by marcia.stevenson

(L to R) Chembo Corniel, Victor Rendón, Omigbade EscaygNew York’s Brooklyn Charter School (BCS) has developed an innovative after-school program that focuses on percussion studies based on musical styles from across the globe, putting students at BCS in a better position to succeed in secondary school and beyond. Under the stewardship of Omigbade Escayg, the Latin Percussion artist also known as “Cascadu” takes students in third through fifth grade on a rich musical journey.

The BCS after-school percussion curriculum has also offered instruction from other renowned LP artists like Grammy-nominated recording artist/percussionist Wilson “Chembo“ Corniel, as well as author and educator, Victor Rendón. The program is now in its fourth year.

“In a world where we must compete to focus children’s attention on learning, it is a huge relief to be able to provide a quality experience that draws them in and positively impacts their lives,” said Mr. Escayg. “ Here the effect is immediate and the transformation happens right before our eyes.”

BCS student performances are well-known throughout the Bedford-Stuyvesant community in Brooklyn, but the school’s musicians have also performed for the Mayor of New York City and the Chancellor of Education. The school’s Brazilian Percussion ensemble has been featured on the popular Fox morning show “Good Morning New York”.

The Brooklyn Charter School shares space with Carter G. Woodson Public School 23; Mr. Escayg and his colleagues have been working hard to include the public school teachers and students in their percussion programs.“The relationship between many New York City Charter schools and their co-located host public schools is strained,” said Escayg. “BCS and PS 23 have forged a partnership with one intention: to provide the best for the child.”

Latin Percussion’s Director of Marketing, Jeff Ivester, applauds the work Mr. Escayg and his staff have done at the Brooklyn Charter School. “LP takes great pride in its Latin American artists,” said Ivester. “We strive to support them in their educational contributions and admire their passion and dedication to introducing these vibrant and traditional genres of music to a new generation of musicians.”

For more information on The Brooklyn Charter School, visit BrooklynCharter.org.

Caption: (L to R) Chembo Corniel, Victor Rendón, Omigbade Escayg