Double Bass, Bass: acoustic and electric
Teaching PhilosophyMy goal as a teacher is for my students to have fun playing the kinds of music that they want to play, and to become better musicians as they do so. Students should also make an active effort to practice as regularly as their schedules will allow. I teach both the electric and the acoustic bass, and have had students who have been interested in everything from classical and jazz to bluegrass, pop, and rock of all sorts. One of the best things about playing bass is that there are numerous playing opportunities available to the advancing student. Fortunately, the principles of good bass playing apply to all genres of music!
B.A. in Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; M.M., Longy School of Music under Charlie Banacos. Additional studies at Berklee College of Music
Justin Meyer performs throughout New England in a wide variety of musical settings. In addition to leading his own bands, he has played and/or recorded with the Orchestra of Indian Hill, The Four Freshman, The New Black Eagle Jazz Band, Bucky Pizzarelli, David Amram, Toni Lynn Washington, Chris Trapper, Greg Hopkins, and Jerry Bergonzi, among many others.