Conor Malloy is a drummer, composer, percussionist and educator currently residing in Los Angeles.
Conor graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor’s of Music in Jazz Studies in 2017 with honors. While at USC, Conor studied with Peter Erskine, Ndugu Chancelor, Bob Sheppard, Bob Mintzer and Vince Mendoza. After graduating from The University of Southern California in 2017, Conor joined the staff at USC as a teaching assistant to Professor Peter Erskine while pursuing his Master’s Degree. There he teaches a drumset class for non-drummers with a roster of 40 students each semester. Additionally, Conor has taught privately and in groups at the Litchfield Jazz Camp and Jazz House Kids Summer Camp
Since moving to Los Angeles in 2013, Conor has performed at venues across the city. He has worked with jazz artists like Alan Pasqua and Bob Sheppard, and pop artists like Remi Wolf and Rostam. He has performed at Brooklyn Steel in NYC, The Fillmore in San Francisco, The Fonda Theater in LA, and has appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Q&A with Conor
Level(s) Comfortable Teaching