Drums and Percussion
Chris Hull is a percussionist and drummer from Kitchener, Ontario. He earned his Bachelor of Music in Performance from Wilfrid Laurier University under the instruction of Dave Campion. After studying at WLU, Chris earned his Master of Music in Percussion Performance from the University of Alaska Fairbanks under Dr. Morris Palter and Eric Retterer. He has also studied with percussionists Rich Burrows, Julie Strom, Russell Hartenberger, Brennan Connolly, Gary Tomlin, Balinese gamelan artist I Dewa Made Suparta, and the TorQ Percussion Quartet.
As a performer, Chris has frequently worked with the National Academy Orchestra of Canada, the Stratford, Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Fairbanks Symphony Orchestras, the Arctic Chamber Orchestra, Spiritus Ensemble, the Talisker Players, the Conrad Grebel Gamelan, and funk band ill Evans, and has made appearances with Brott Summer Music, Brott Opera, NUMUS, the Open Ears Festival, and the Northern Exposure Festival of New Music. An experienced educator, he has taught in a variety of settings, including the K-W Symphony Youth Orchestra programmes, annually at the KWS “My First Music Lesson" summer camps, the Inter-Provincial Music Camp, and the UAF Summer Music Academy.