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James Hurt

Primary Instrument: Multi-instrumentalist

Born: May 8, 1967    

James Hurt, born on May 8, 1967 in Memphis, Tennessee in the historic Orange Mound Community, credits his mom for his early exposure to blues, jazz, and soul music. James became dedicated to the drums by age twelve. At age fifteen, James auditioned as a percussionist and was accepted into Watkins Overton High School of the Creative and Performing Arts. At age sixteen James did his first session as a recording engineer. Musically, James is genre bender who approaches music as a journey in sound.

Though James studied percussion while attending TSU, his harmony, counterpoint, form and analysis and applied piano instructor Dr. Donald Barrett, Oberlin Conservatory Alumnus, attempted to switch his focus to piano. Barrett exposed him to the classical piano literature of Bartok, Prokofiev, Ginastera, Liszt, Chopin, Gershwin, Legeti, and Rachmaninoff. James graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Master of Science Degree in Computer-Based Music Education yet was determined to pursue creative music further. ...
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    Beka and Logic Project: Chillin' in Batumi

    Exitus Entertainment
    2013
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    Sonic Mandala

    Meta Records
    2013
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    (Can You Imagine ) The Sound of A Dream

    Meta Records
    2012
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    Abbey Lincoln: Through the Years 1956-2007


    2010
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    Melvin Gibbs: Ancients Speak


    2009
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    Stacy Dillard: One

    Smalls Records
    2009
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    Q-Tip_The Rennaisance (Co-Writer/Arranger/Artist)


    2008
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Primary InstrumentMulti-instrumentalist

LocationNew York, NY

Willing to teachAdvanced students only.

Credentials/BackgroundEducation: M.S. Mus Ed-Master of Science in Music Education. Tennessee State University at Nashville, TN Designed a Music Laboratory for Computer-Based Music Education (with a remote learning component for off-site administration from a teacher) to regulate self-paced learning modules to teach music theory and Fundamentals from Beginner to College Student levels. The model sought to improve the diminishing population of music taught in the public school system and proposed this alternative to music education which is now referred to as Online Learning. Private Instruction for available for Piano, Drum set, Fretboard Organization, Music theory, Finding Your Instrumental Voice, Music and Movement, Music and the Chakras, Music as a Healing force, Music and the biochemical connection, Musical Syntax and Linguistic Development, Arranging and Composition, Rhythm and Proportion, and more. Availability and Rates may vary: Hourly lessons start at $90 per hour; $75 per hour (wo hour session); $180 per hour (three hour session)

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