Max Marsillo

Max Marsillo is a musician and percussion teacher in the central Ohio region. At a young age, Max was heavily involved in his school's music programs, performing in the drumline, symphonic band, and choir where he won the John Philip Sousa award as a high school student. Max was also involved in the Canton Youth Symphony as well as several local rock groups.   

Max attended Kent State University where he studied with Ted Rounds, performed in top ensembles and studied concert and orchestral percussion as well as jazz. In 2015, he won the Walter Watson jazz award and received outstanding solo performance awards playing with Kent State ensembles at the Elmhurst Jazz Festival. He's continued studies at Capital University under Bob Breithaupt where he received an endorsement from Vic First as an educator.   

Max's interest in composing and arranging has continued to develop as he refines his craft. He was also nominated to perform at the scholarship competition at Capital University for marimba performance. Chorea Luna for solo marimba is published by Tapspace Publications. He currently teaches high school drum lines across central Ohio and is continuing his studies at Capital Univeristy's Conservatory of Music.

A groove-based, rhythmically intense work, this solo draws its eclectic themes from infamous composers like J. S. Bach and John Coltrane.
Duration: 6:30 | Level: Med-Advanced
$16.00
A groove-based, rhythmically intense work, this solo draws its eclectic themes from infamous composers like J. S. Bach and John Coltrane.
Duration: 6:30 | Level: Med-Advanced
$14.00
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