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Deborah Loach


Deborah Loach has taught private & group percussion lessons for over 20 years. Deborah’s students has been accepted to The Eastman School of Music, The Blair School of Music @ Vanderbilt University, The University of Alabama, & The Florida State University, among others, for percussion music major degrees. Deborah is head of percussion at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, where she teaches collegiate private percussion lessons, & coaches the UAH Percussion Ensemble & UAH Steel Pan Ensemble.

Deborah also performs with the Nashville Symphony (extra percussion), The Mobile Symphony (section percussion) & The Huntsville Symphony (extra percussion).

Deborah also recently started a chamber ensemble, Chamber Happenings, to keep the Arts vital during the Covid-19 pandemic. Deborah is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.


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