Only a short time after finishing his training at The Juilliard School, Bryan Carter has already began to establish an incredible career.
Beginning drums at the age of three, Carter quickly developed a strong passion for music, especially jazz, and by the age of eleven had already studied with legandary drummers Louie Bellson, Harold Jones, and Ed Thigpen. During high school Carter was accepted to the prestigious Brubeck Summer Jazz Colony, the Vail Jazz Workshop, and the Grammy Jazz Ensemble.
As a new artist, Carters access to extensive outlets lead to performances at national and international venues and festivals including The Jazz Bistro, Dizzy's Coca- Cola Club, The Vic, The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Millennium Baltimore, Spaghettinis, The Staples Center, The Chicago Jazz Festival, The African Jazz Festival, Iowa City Jazz Festival and The Lima Peru Jazz Festival. He has alsoplayed or recorded with artists such as Clark Terry, Kenny Barron, Ted Nash, Kurt Elling, Terell Stafford, Bobby Watson and Mccoy Tyner.The Bryan Carter Quintet released its first CD entitled
Enchantment in May 2011 making impact on the College Music Journal and Jazz Week radio charts.
Carter currently resides in New York City, and is a Vic Firth Artist