Adam Matta
195 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn NY, 10010
Instruments: Drums, Electronic, Other
Styles: Other
Levels: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Experience: 5 years
Rate: $45 / hr
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Personal Statement
Adam Matta teaches human beatboxing, from basic sounds (bass, snare, hi hat), to advanced techniques. He works with youth in "beatbox orchestras," where students perform parts of a drum kit, and make sound together. He instructs students in beatbox history, performance techniques, microphone techniques, gigging, collaboration and improvisation.

A beatbox lesson is like a drum lesson and vocal lesson in one, with patterns, theory, breathing techniques and vocal sounds and placement.
Education / Training
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
--intro beatboxing/vocal improvisation
Pascack Valley High School
--intro beatboxing
Wells College
--a cappella vocal percussion
Cornell University
--beatbox and vocal improvisation
Curious Pictures
--advanced vocal percussion and beatboxing
East Coast A Cappella Summit (2004, 06, 07)
--beatbox techniques/history
Scratch DJ Academy
--intro beatboxing
Lincoln Center (Philip Hamilton's A Cappella Workshops)
--beatbox demo and vocal improvisation
Adam Matta beatbox


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