Nick Werth

As a graduate of the University of North Texas, Nick Werth has a diverse and extensive appreciation for the percussive arts.  During his schooling, he was fortunate to study with Christopher Deane, Mark Ford, Paul Rennick, Ed Smith, and Poovalur Sriji.  In 2000, 2001, and 2002, Nick was the Percussive Arts Society International Convention Multi-Tenor Solo Champion.  In 2002 he placed third in the Drum Corps International Multi-Tenor Solo Competition.

From 2003 through 2006, Nick taught the Phantom Regiment tenor line, which was awarded Best Percussion in 2006. Nick also helped the Flower Mound High School Drumline win two PASIC Drumline Championships (2006 and 2007) and place third in the 2008 PASIC Drumline Competition. Nick recently spent the summer with the 2012 Cadets. He continues to compose / arrange for groups in Texas, Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, and Oregon. He currently resides in Portland, OR.

Nick Werth's tenor solo from the compilation "Violent Tenor Cream."
Duration: 3:30 | Level: Advanced
Violent Tenor Cream is a collection of some of the sickest tenor solos and ensembles ever known to the world of quad drumming.
Level: Advanced