Armand Zildjian Artist In Residence Concert: Nate Smith - Part 2

Armand Zildjian Artist In Residence Concert: Nate Smith – Part 2

[Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] what's up y'all thank you all for coming out I see some familiar faces I see some unfamiliar faces it's nice to see some people out here tonight I understand there's a sporting event going on but we're not going to think about that right now I want to give a shout out to everyone who's taking such good care of me this week starting with Omar Hakim a great drummer and chair of this department everybody here at Berklee Jonathan Coleman who's been really looking out for me this week so shout out to my brother shout out to Sarah Emily and the whole team at Zildjian for inviting me to do this this has been a real real honor and thank you guys so much for coming to all the clinics all the master classes with such great questions and I hope I provided some insights and offered some ideas so that's what this is about thank you guys for coming out thank you so much [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] [Applause]

40 thoughts on “Armand Zildjian Artist In Residence Concert: Nate Smith – Part 2

  1. The main piano part of that first song, especially at the end around the 6:10 mark, reminds me of the world map music from World 6 Ice World from Super Mario Bros 3 lol

  2. quelle claque !!
    allez un petit mot en français pour montrer que Nate + Kinfolk sont vraiment aimés en FRANCE.
    Du soutien les gars pour l'un des tous meilleurs batteurs et ses musiciens !
    y'a quand même un sacré groove et un sacré level.
    Bravo !

  3. Am I the only one who's had the thought that a collab between Nate Smith and Jacob Collier would be off the charts?! Nate has incredible creativity in his playing that I think would be a perfect match to Jacob's off-the-wall ideas!

  4. Beautiful playing, so tasteful. Just curios about his left hand technique when his playing with match grip, it seem's unusual…..

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