A class of 2013 Berklee College of Music graduate, electric bassist Eric Falter, has been active in the Boston music scene since 2010. Through studies and performances with Grammy nominated artists, his experience in a wide variety of musical settings is always growing. His career as a bass guitarist has led him to performances with touring members of “Billy Joel,” “The Roots,” “Babyface,” Broadway’s smash hits “Jersey Boys” and “Motown: The Musical,” among many others. Eric specializes in music theory, electronic production, composition, arranging, and bass guitar.
“I began teaching privately in high school at the age of 16, what started as one weekly lesson quickly became several. Over that time I developed a strong passion for teaching. Watching a student’s talent grow is extremely rewarding to me. I have taken my knowledge gained through my own studies and career experiences and adapted them to my lessons. The best part for me as a teacher is having a student take the tools that I have given them, and create their own voice as a musician and artist. I am eager to share with my students what joy playing music can bring and how a good practice regimen can translate into success in any career field.”