Friday, November 29, 2013 - 3 p.m.
Free, open to the public.

Lee Fish is a Boston-based drummer, and Marc-André Drouin is a Montréal-based electric bassist. They will lead a workshop on jazz-fusion music.

For drummer Lee Fish, it all started at a young age, traveling on the road with his musician parents. His unique life experiences and talent led him to become one of the most highly sought after drummers at Berklee College of Music as well as in the Boston area. Currently, he lives in Boston, and plays regularly with various musicians and groups including the Jason Palmer Quintet, the Mike Tucker Trio/Quartet/Quintet, the Evgeny Lebedev World Trio, the Primary Colors, the Mike Thomas Group, and the Nick Grondin Group to name a few. You can also see him perform every Friday and Saturday night at the historic Wally's Cafe with Jason Palmer's Band. While at berklee, Lee was a member of Phil Wilson's Rainbow Band and Greg Hopkins' Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra, along with many student groups performing coast to coast as well as in Japan and Europe. Recently, he has done tours and played festivals in Russia, Europe, Canada, and the U.S. as well as gigged and/or recorded with artists including Esperanza Spalding, Charles McPherson, George Garzone, Hal Crook, Jason Palmer, Greg Osby, David Gilmore, Julian Lage, the Kendrick Oliver New Life Jazz Orchestra, John Lockwood, Lawrence Fields, and many more.

Bassist Marc-André Drouin attended the Berklee College of Music (Boston). While in Los Angeles, he worked with Andy Grammer, Vinx (Sting, Rickie Lee Jones), Kofi Baker (Ohm), Chuck Morris (Arsenio Hall, Marcus Miller), and Preston Smith (Cocktail soundtrack). In Montreal he has performed and/or recorded with Nannette Workman, France d'Amour, Kim Richardson, and Marie-Hélene Thibert among others. A versatile musician comfortable in a wide-range of styles, he has toured with the USA with Cavalia (USA) and in France with Véronic DiCaire.

Kailash Mital Theatre
Carleton University
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