Josh Bess

  • Japan, Tokyo
  • United States, Jericho, NY

Josh Bess is a percussionist and electronic artist, currently based out of New York. Growing up just outside of New York City, he has been involved with music from an early age. Performing with multiple artists, and employing a wide variety of styles, Josh has experience in jazz, funk, Latin, pop, rock and more.

Teaching since
2010
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English
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Josh Bess is a percussionist and electronic artist, currently based out of New York. Growing up just outside of New York City, he has been involved with music from an early age. Performing with multiple artists, and employing a wide variety of styles, Josh has experience in jazz, funk, Latin, pop, rock and more. Alongside performing, Josh developed an interest in the audio production of music, and went on to earn his college degree for Audio Engineering and Jazz Commercial Performance.

In addition to performing in his more commonly known original group, 'VulpesVulpes,' Josh also works on his own solo material under the name 'Bess', involving the use of live, improvised, and looped percussion instruments fused with his knowledge and ear for electronics. Josh continues to work with a variety of artists such as Gina Cutillo, with song placement on programs such as Nickelodeon's Degrassi, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Barbara Walters and more.

An expert in performing with Ableton Live, Josh enjoys teaching beginner to advanced techniques, and is available for private lessons, lectures, workshops, academic training and consultations.

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