VIC FIRTH PRESENTS
SERGIO BELLOTTI at PASIC 2009


Attended by thousands of drummers and percussionists, with clinics and performances on twelve stages featuring many of the world's finest musicians, the Percussive Arts Society International Convention (PASIC) is THE “must see” percussion event of the year! For more information, visit PASIC.org.


VIEW SERGIO'S 2009 PASIC CLINIC:
"Back to Basics:
A Practical Approach to Apply the Rudiments to Everyday Playing"

Click HERE to download a copy of Sergio's clinic handout
 VIDEO 1:
 
    Introduction, The Six Basic Sounds 1: Singles
 VIDEO 2:
 
    Six Basic Sounds 2: Unisons, Buzz, Doubles (Diddle), Flam, Ruff
 VIDEO 3:
 
    Application of the 6 Basic Sounds: Permutation, Rhumba Clave Exercises
 VIDEO 4:
 
    Drumset tips to implement the rudiments in everyday playing
 VIDEO 5:
 
    Using Rudiments within the groove: Single Strokes
 VIDEO 6:
 
    Using Rudiments within the groove: Double Strokes
 VIDEO 7:
 
    More uses of Rudiments on the drumset: Paradiddles, Flams and Ratamacues



Sergio Bellotti moved from the south of Italy to the USA in 1995. Very active in the music scene of Boston first and worldwide clinician/performer now, Sergio has recorded and/or shared the stage with Mike Stern, Wayne Krantz, Tom Scott, Bob James, Robben Ford, Nathan East and Dan Siegel among others. He currently plays with fusion ensemble Spajazzy and co-leads a Duo with Percussion Virtuoso and Remo Signature Artist Alessandra Belloni.

Sergio has taught drumset at Berklee College of Music since 2002, writes for DrumClub magazine in Italy, and, as a worldwide clinician, has performed at the Montreal Drum Fest '03 (now available on DVD), Cape Breton International Drum Fest 2004, 2005 and 2006, Berklee World Percussion Festival '05 and PAS '05 in the USA and PAS 06 in Italy.

VISIT SERGIO ONLINE:   www.sergiobellotti.com

Sergio's Vic Firth Stick of Choice:

American Classic® 5A
Tear drop tip for rich cymbal sounds. Light and fast for jazz orchestral and pit work.
L = 16" | Dia. = .565"
  click here to download a larger image of the 5A




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