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Sherrie Maricle

b. Sharon L. Maricle, 2 Sept 1963, Buffalo, NY, USA. Although she began playing cello, Maricle shortly considered drums. She researched at SUNY-Binghamton with New York College or university and in addition privately with drummers Mel Lewis, Adam Nussbaum and Jeff Hamilton. Her musical research also expanded to structure and music theory as well as other tutors included Bob Brookmeyer. Her initial professional engagement emerged when she was still just 16, and by enough time she was 20 she was dealing with artists from the stature of Slam Stewart. Through the middle-80s Maricle caused several bands, mainly for the east coastline, including those led by Bucky Pizzarelli, Peter Appleyard and Sonny Costanzo. In the first 90s, she used Jimmy Heath, Al Gray, Clark Terry, Costs Mays and Lionel Hampton. Her intensive schooling also allowed her to try out in other styles of music and she’s performed percussion with traditional orchestras and theatrical pit rings. Also through the middle-80s, she came back to SUNY-Binghamton like a instructor before shifting to NYU. She’s led several little rings and was among the founders from the all-female big music group, DIVA. Influenced by Buddy High, Maricle takes on with subtly swinging flair although when therefore required she actually is well in a position to shoe a music group alongside explosive power. She’s composed music in every the forms where she is experienced.

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