David Stanoch has drummed professionally since age 12 and built an eclectic musical reputation performing with a myriad of artists from the worlds of jazz, rock, R&B, Broadway, motion pictures and television, including the Airmen of Note, Jackson Browne, Hiram Bullock, Charo, George Clinton, Sheryl Crow, Richard Davis, Herb Ellis, Robert Goulet, Colonel Bruce Hampton, Scott Henderson, Freedy Johnston, Shirley Jones, Stanley Jordan, Shari Lewis, Jack McDuff, the Minnesota Orchestra, Keb’ Mo, New Kids On The Block, Bob Newhart, Christine Ohlman, Regis Philbin, Bernard Purdie, Bonnie Raitt, Walfredo de Los Reyes, Don Rickles, Joan Rivers, Danny Seraphine, Doc Severinsen, Ed Shaughnessy, Martin Short, Ben Sidran, Jab’o Starks, Clyde Stubblefield, Timbuk 3, Butch Vig, Fred Wesley, and The Supremes’ Mary Wilson. He is currently musical director for Emmy-winner, Shaun Johnson’s Big Band Experience.
David served on the faculty of McNally Smith College of Music for 27 years. He currently serves on the Percussive Arts Society Drumset Committee and is a member of the Modern Drummer, Remo, and Vic Firth Educational Teams.
David authored Mastering the Tables of Time (a Modern Drummer 2009 Readers Poll winner), co-authored (with Walfredo Reyes & Elliot Fine) The 2 in 1 Drummer, both available from Alfred Music Publishing, and was “Drumming History and Analysis Consultant” for Jim Berkenstadt’s book, The Beatle Who Vanished~The Unsolved Mystery of Jimmie Nicol, currently being made into a major motion picture.
In 2018, David opened his own global online David Stanoch School of Drumming and was presented the Legacy in Education Award by the Yamaha Musical Instrument Corporation.
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