Griffin Brady has a Master of Arts degree from Goddard College with a focus in Ethnomusicology and Music Pedagogy. His masters thesis and adjoining musical method book were inspired by his work as a touring musician and educator with groups such as the SAAKUMU Dance Troupe of Ghana, West Africa. He serves as the director of the Slyboots Drum Ensemble and Slyboots Circus and has performed with a wide variety of artists.
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Through interactive, hands on drumming instruction students learn about drumming as a language, a cultural expression, a healing art and unifying power. Ethnomusicologist, Griffin Brady, is the founder of Buffalo’s own Slyboots School of Music, Art and Dance in addition to teaching and performing in WNY, Griffin also organizes study abroad opportunities for students to travel to Africa in the summer months. Since 2008 he has been touring to colleges , universities, schools and clubs across the country with various ensembles form around the world promoting global awareness and positive social change through cultural arts education.