Curt Sheller • `ukulele
Eric Schreiber • bass
Ed Rick • drums
Eric Schreiber is a Philadelphia area based musician and composer. He currently performs regularly in numerous jazz, rock, and classical ensembles ... and has released several CDs and DVDs in various styles. Most notably, Eric is currently a member of ‘The Chuck Anderson Trio'; which has been featured worldwide on numerous jazz radio stations, television, and jazz magazines ... with ‘The Nerve’; which has been featured on 93.7 WSTW and other local programming .. and with ‘Shades of Silver'; a diverse event band performing music from the 40's through today. Eric has also worked as a freelance studio bassist with numerous artists and composers; covering a variety of musical styles and situations (rock, jazz, country, commercial jingles, cable television themes, etc).
Eric has had the privilege to study bass performance and theory with world renowned bassist, John Patitucci (Chick Corea Elektric Band, Wayne Shorter, etc) and local jazz great, guitarist Chuck Anderson. A Classical Double Bass Performance Major at West Chester University from 1987 to 1991, Eric studied under Peter Paulsen while performing with the WCU Orchestra, the WCU Jazz Band, and the WCU Percussion Ensemble. While at WCU, Eric also studied music composition with Dr Larry Nelson and has composed music for a wide variety of instrumentation and styles, from full orchestra to rock band.
Eric is the go to bassist for the Curt Sheller Trio
Just browsing over both books, they look fantastic! I'm a guitarist and uke player for over 25 years and was thinking about writing a ukulele book but you've already written what I think are the best, most comprehensive and thorough books I've ever seen for the instrument. I just might end up buying every book you've written and I'll be giving my highest recommendation for your books to my friends and students. Thank you so much for taking the time to write such great books! — Peter Rhee
Aloha, Curt, All I can say is WOW! What you have accomplished is simply incredible! All the best — Glen Hirabayashi, The Aloha Boys
Folks, if you haven't stopped by Curt's site, do so right now! ..And get his books, they are fantastic. This guy knows his stuff and is able to pass it along too. — Alan Johnson Proprietor, The 4th Peg
I can highly recommend Curt's Uke books — I have four of them and they are excellent. — fatveg — Portland
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Original Animation by Curt Sheller - 1987 for my first web site 36 years ago.