|$30 – half-hour lesson
$60 – hour lesson
Colin Harte earned his PhD in Ethnomusicology at the University of Florida’s School of Music, where he founded and performed with the UF Irish Traditional Music Ensemble. He earned his Masters in Educational Leadership from CUNY-Hunter College in 2018. He received his Master’s in Ethnomusicology from the University of Limerick. As a NYC Teaching Fellow, he received a Master’s in Education from CUNY- Lehman College while teaching band, general music and percussion ensemble at a Bronx, public middle school. He currently teaches a world music curriculum for the NYCDOE at KAPPA High School in the north Bronx where he directs a 50 student West-African percussion ensemble, keyboard lab, world music courses, and music technology courses with the school recording studio. As a pianist and bodhrán percussionist, he is also active in the New York jazz, Latin and Irish traditional music communities. He wrote An Bodhrán: Experimentation and Innovation, which will be published in May 2020 with the University of Tennessee Press. He has published in Ethnomusicology Forum (BFE), The Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, ICTM-EthnomusicologyIreland, SAGE Encyclopedia of Ethnomusicology, Smithsonian Folkways, New Hibernia Review, Folk Music Journal, Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana, and the Bardian. He has presented at numerous conferences including the Society for Ethnomusicology, American Conference for Irish Studies, Brazilian Studies Association National Conference, International Conference for Traditional Music-Applied Ethnomusicology, the Suncoast Music Education Research Symposium, amongst many others.