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Matthew Rockwell Sokolic Matthew Rockwell Sokolic

Vibraphone, Composition. Matthew has over thirty years performing and private teaching experience in the Central New York and regional areas. His musical diversity ranges from Classical, Country and Bluegrass to Musical Theater, Rock, Jazz and Contemporary Avant-Garde! He is the originator of “RHYTAMICS TECHNOLOGIES” – Rhythmic Training and Solfège for all Musicians and owner of Anecdote Music Publications and Lesson Studios! Talented also as a leader and motivator, he helps manage and support the overall achievement of student/artist goals and objectives. Matt is a Manhattan School of Music alumni and has performed solo Vibraharp recitals throughout New York City, including: Carnegie Recital Hall; Manhattan School of Music; Riverside Church; the 92st. YMCA; Marymount College; Washington Square Church; Theater of the Open Eye and Columbia University. Matt has performed with: Natalie Cole; the Manhattan Philharmonic; the New Music Consort of NY and many regional artist including: the Custom Taylor Band; Loren Barrigar; Dave King; the Mario DeSantis Orchestra and of course the Matthew Rockwell Group to name a few! Matthew is also a Noble & Cooley Drum Set Endorser..


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