The Sabian Education Network (SEN) recently hosted a panel discussion for drum teachers at the University of the Arts in downtown Philadelphia.

SEN director Joe Bergamini served as the event moderator and Marc Dicciani (Dean of the College of Performing Arts at University of the Arts) was the host for the day. 

Teachers from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland attended to see eminent artist/educators and Sabian endorsers Sherrie Maricle and Jeremy Hummel, U Arts/Drummers Collective instructor Jason Gianni, and Dicciani present on topics to assist teachers with drum lessons and technique.

Afterwards, members were able to network with each other and the panel, and also received a special package of Sabian swag designed for educators. Drummer Rich Bradley won the grand prize of a free 18” AA Apollo cymbal. 



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