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Jon Sheckler
218 Schaefer St., Apt 1f, Brooklyn NY, 11207
Instruments: Drums
Styles: Jazz, Folk - Country - Bluegrass, Blues, Kids, Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 3+ years
Rate: $50 / hr
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Personal Statement
 
At a young age, New York based musician Jon Sheckler is proving to be a well versed musician and an up and coming band leader. All About Jazz calls him and his trio "ones to watch" and that Jon's music is full of "mischievous Dudley Moore-like playing." As a drummer, Jon has played with some of today's leading musicians and entertainers including trumpeter Clay Jenkins, vocalist Catherine Jensen-Hole, guitarist Al Rowe, and international recording artist Darrius Willrich. Since moving to New York in 2014, Jon has been featured at Rockwood Music Hall, Club Bonafide, Sidewalk Cafe, Williamsburg Music Center and ShapeShifter Lab. In 2017, the trio began its residency at Caffe Vivaldi.

In 2010, the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival recognized Jon as an outstanding musician and his composition "Water Marks" won 2009 UNC Jazz Composers Contest. Sonarchy Radio has twice featured Jon in 2010 and 2013 when he debuted a suite for octet titled Bodies of Water.
 


 

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