Erik Pearson

(2002) Erik graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music with degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Music Composition. He has played and recorded in bands since 1990, written chamber music for local choreographers, and performs with internationally known storyteller Diane Ferlatte. The styles he teaches range from old time folk music, singer-songwriters to free-improv jazz-rock. Most recent projects include: Sonya Hunter, Mushroom, Crooked Jades, Nearly Beloved, and Billy Talbot.




Banjo, Bass Electric, Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele, Songwriting


Jazz & Blues, Pop & Rock, Traditional Folk (Us/Int)

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