Percussion

The Lynn Conservatory uses a model that stresses small class size, which allows for an abundance of one-on-one time for teacher and student. Our Percussion Department consists of no more than four students, so that students get a great deal of individual attention, both in lessons and in studio class. I am training students with a focus on winning auditions, as well as preparing for a life in music as an orchestral or chamber musician. The talented percussionists at Lynn are motivated and excellent at working together. We are looking for the highest level of performer who will be able to take advantage of the small department size and the excellent facilities—the ideal environment for a percussionist's musical growth.

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Edward Atkatz

Edward Atkatz

Distinguished Artist in Residence–percussion

Student plays the drums.
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