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Frank Derrick

Assistant Conductor and Drummer

Palm Beach Pops

HQ Phone:  (561) 832-7677

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Palm Beach Pops

860 US HIGHWAY 1

North Palm Beach, Florida,33408

United States

Company Description

The Palm Beach Pops is a 23 year-old non-profit organization headquartered in North Palm Beach, Florida. As an integral part of the cultural arts community in South Florida, The Palm Beach Pops is known as one of the finest orchestras in the country and is com...more

Background Information

Employment History

Drummer, Assistant Conductor and Personnel Manager for the Palm Beach Pops and Drummer and Conductor

Bob Hoose


Drum Set Editor

Percussive Arts Society Incorporated


Drum Instructor

Music Man Inc


Drum Instructor

Music


Adjunct Professor

Palm Beach State College


Drummer

Steve Lippia


Percussion Instructor and Coordinator

Henry Street Settlement


Drummer

The David Letterman


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Jazzed Media - CDs

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Frank Derrick's The Beat Goes On showcases both Frank's Big Band and his Quintet performing exciting straight ahead jazz.
Drummer Frank Derrick has performed around the world and is recognized as a leading authority on drumming technique. This album showcases his writing and arranging skills along with his incredible musicianship. Frank Derrick: The Beat Goes On Artist(s)/Title: Considering how much Derrick has packed into his musical life, it is easy to understand the gap between his recording debut as a leader and this impressive product of his maturity. He's been a busy guy. Among those with whom Derrick has worked as a drummer, conductor or composer are The Duke Ellington and Woody Herman orchestras, Arvell Shaw's Louis Armstrong Legacy Band, Benny Carter, Steve Allen, Eubie Blake, Dorothy Donegan and Ken Peplowski. Derrick is not one of them. Since he moved south in 1998, he has managed to stay occupied. He is assistant conductor and drummer for the Palm Beach Pops orchestra, following up on his work with the Royal Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Calgary Philharmonic and New York Pops. He is a featured player and conductor with the impressive new orchestra of singer Bob Hoose. Twenty of the best musicians in the Miami area joined Frank for this collection divided between performances by his big band and a stimulating quintet. The CD is a salute to the jazz drum tradition but, reflecting the balance in Derrick's musical life, he incorporates drum solos judiciously, as elements of the musical fabric.


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Opening season concert featured Larry McKenna and Jim Hayward who have teamed up to form the "McKenna/Hayward Project," adding two other great saxophone artists: Noah Brandmark, tenor sax and Scott Ankrom, baritone sax; Frank Derrick, drums (Frank is assistant musical director of Palm Beach Pops), Chuck Bergeron, Bass and Mark Marineau, piano.


Biography of Frank Derrick

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Frank Derrick
Drummer Frank Derrick, has led a multifaceted national and international music career. He is a virtuoso performer, composer, and educator. His many theatrical credits include Bubbling Brown Sugar, The Wiz, Ain't Misbehavin', Sophisticated Ladies, Big River, and Catskills. He has performed with numerous legends and artists including Redd Foxx, Stephanie Mills, Della Reese, Freda Payne, Eubie Blake, The Platters, Eartha Kitt, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Dorothy Donegan, The Pointer Sisters, Ken Peplowski, Dakota Staton, Steve Allen, The Louis Armstrong Legacy Band, Donna Summer, Keely Smith, Joan Rivers, Maureen McGovern, Clint Holmes, Ann Hampton Callaway, Benny Carter, and has conducted on the concert stage for John Pizzarelli and Lanie Kazan. He toured worldwide with Cab Calloway for ten years and was drummer for "The David Letterman Show" on NBC. Currently he is the drummer, assistant conductor & personnel manager for the Palm Beach Pops and is the conductor and featured artist with the sensational new Bob Hoose Orchestra. Familiar to symphony audiences around the world, Frank Derrick has appeared with the Royal Philharmonic, the New York Pops, Pittsburgh Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic, and the Buffalo Philharmonic. His precision and driving rhythmic styling has been featured on the cast album of Bubbling Brown Sugar, Big City Swing-Veronica Martell, Strong & Graceful Oaks-Rejoicensemble, The Cab Calloway Show Live in Freiburg Germany, and Something Old, Something New-The Bob Hoose Orchestra, to name a few. His "Straight Ahead" composition garnered the A.S.C.A.P. Special Award. As an educator, he served as Chairman of Percussion at Henry Street Settlement in New York. He is the respected author of FOCUS ON TECHNIQUE For Drummers, (published by Hal Leonard) contributing author to various educational publications, and is the Drum Set Editor for the international organization, the Percussive Arts Society. Frank also makes guest appearances following the recent release of his jazz chart buster CD, The Beat Goes On (Jazzed Media). " .


www.tcpalm.com

The litany of musicians include legendary big band singer Lynn Roberts, world-famous clarinetist Ken Peplowski, and Palm Beach Pops Orchestra members drummer Frank Derrick, bassist Phil Flanigan, trumpeter Johnny Amoroso, trombonists Dante Luciani, Dave Kotowski and Jim Bermann, and clarinetists/sax players Randy Emerick and Jim Hayward.


Home Bob Lappin | Palm Beach Pops

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ESPN 760's Jordan Sherwood, co-host of the Sunday Sports Page & Inside the Cage, WIRK DJ Keith Van Allen and Palm Beach Pops Drummer Frank Derrick to appear at Raindancer Steakhouse on Friday, March 9, 2012 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.


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