Adam Salameh, a graduate of Berklee College of Music is a professional drummer and educator from the Boston area. Adam is best known for his work as the drummer and co-songwriter of Air Traffic Controller, an indie-pop group who has toured the US and internationally with performances in clubs and at festivals including Sundance Film Festival, SXSW and more sharing the stage with well-known artists including Dave Matthews Band, The Wknd, Justin Bieber, and Trombone Shorty. The band's accolades include over 15 million Spotify plays, NPR Hot 100 List, Guardian UK Band of The Day, a Boston Music Award, and numerous Independent Music Awards. Aside from performing with Air Traffic Controller, Adam can be found performing with many other musical projects including The Shakespearean Jazz Show, a theatrical group with whom he's performed across the country and acted as producer of the debut album Speak The Speech.
Adam applies his real world music business experience towards being an energetic, knowledgeable, and fun teacher. With a decade of experience teaching both private lessons and groups including award-winning high school drumlines, indoor percussion ensembles and music camps. Adam's roster of students range from 5 to 60 in age and from beginner to highly elite. Built off the principle that every student is different, Adam's lessons are tailored to the unique needs, musical tastes, and learning style of each student. Whether you're picking up a pair of drumsticks for the first time ever, preparing for an audition, or just looking to improve as a musician, Adam has you covered.