Στο Modern Music School, οι μαθητές μας μαθαίνουν το μουσικό όργανο που επιθυμούν από ενθουσιώδεις και μεθοδικούς καθηγητές. Οι καθηγητές μας ξέρουν πώς να βάζουν τον μαθητή στο επίκεντρο.
Griffin MacLeod is a Canadian jazz/rock bassist and multi-instrumentalist (keyboards, vocals, percussion).
Growing up in a musical family, Griffin was heavily influenced by his guitarist father and an array of famous bass players such as Paul McCartney, John Paul Jones, Geddy Lee,
John Entwistle, Roger Waters, John Deacon and Jaco Pastorious to name a few.
Griffin began playing bass at the age of 12. He was a member of the Delta Secondary concert band throughout high school.
Upon graduating, he received numerous scholarships from local societies such as the Delta Music Makers Community Band Society, Delta Concert Band and
the Ken Sotvedt Memorial Scholarship. During that time, Griffin was a member of the post-hardcore band Youth Offender which recorded an EP and performed in the Vancouver area.
Presently, Griffin is a member of the electroacoustic post-rock Prepurity Ensemble.
Griffin is currently studying at the Vancouver Community College School of Music with instructors such as Dr. David Branter, Francois Houle, Ted Greene, Giorgio Magnanensi, Alan Matheson, Rob
McKenzie, Sharon Minemoto, Laurence Mollerup and Ken Morrison. Griffin’s love of teaching comes from the passion for learning that he has experienced throughout his education.
Griffin wants to inspire and motivate others to follow their passion for music and run with it.