Born into a musical family of three generations in suburban upstate New York, Brian Czach began private drum lessons at age 9. By age 11, Brian was playing professionally with his family’s band on weekends.
Brian attended the Ithaca College School of Music, where he received his performance degree while studying with world-renowned marimba player Gordon Stout, and Jazz Drum Set with Steve Brown.
In November 2001, Brian moved to New York City where he reunited with his high-school friend and Telarc recording artist, Tony DeSare and recorded “Want You,” “Last First Kiss,” and “Radio Show,” at the famed Avatar Studio in New York City. Brian has performed in Hong Kong at the Mandarin Oriental and in Tokyo at The Blue Note.
While in New York, Brian also performed with singer and instrumentalist Domenick Allen (Foreigner) and has continued as Allen’s Musical Director and drummer in his shows “VINYL” and “It’s All About the Music.”
Since moving to Las Vegas in December 2007, Brian has shared the stage with Clint Holmes, Ronnie Foster, Terry Fator, Zowie Bowie, the Lon Bronson All-Stars, and is currently performing with Rick Faugno at the Las Vegas Hilton in his critically acclaimed show “Body & Soul.”
When not performing, Brian spends most of his time in his home studio where he is becoming in demand as a session player, writing, arranging, and teaching drum lessons privately and online. He has a passion for education and enjoys giving back to those who are interested in the musical arts.
Brian is currently performing in Las Vegas as the drummer for the show “Pin Up”, and the Las Vegas production of Mannheim Steamroller,
Visit Brian’s Website at www.BrianCzach.com.