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Justin Lamb

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Lecturer, Applied Percussion

Contact: [email protected]

Percussionist Justin Lamb is an active performer, educator, composer and arranger from Greenville, South Carolina. Committed to contemporary music and performance, Justin has premiered several works as a solo and chamber musician, most recently leading a consortium to commission composer and multi-instrumentalist Connor Shafran. Connor’s new work What I Know intersects contemporary percussion theatre with modern music technology. Additionally, Justin can be heard performing on albums The John Psathas Percussion Project, Vol. 1 and Matthew Burtner: Six Ecoacoustic Quintet, which were made possible through collaborations with his former teacher Dr. Omar Carmenates.

Justin has taught extensively at middle and high schools in South Carolina and New York, including James F. Byrnes High School, League Academy and the Eastman Community Music School. Additionally, outside of his work as a concert artist, Justin has also performed with the World Champion Carolina Crown Drum & Bugle Corps and continues to remain active in the marching arts as an educator and percussion arranger.

Dr. Justin Lamb holds graduate degrees from the Eastman School of Music­, where he was awarded the prestigious Performer’s Certificate, the Milton Schlesinger Prize and the Arts Leadership Certificate. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Furman University. Justin is a proud Tapspace artist and Malletech performing artist.

School of Music, Theatre and Dance

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Rochester, MI 48309-4485
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