Grad Spotlight: Mario McNulty

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Since graduating from the Conservatory in 2001, Mario McNulty has been making a big name for himself out in New York City. His first year working in the Big Apple found him working with Phillip Glass, composer for such films as “Naqoyqatsi”, “The Hours”, and “La Belle et la Bete”. One fateful night at Looking Glass Studios, David Bowie was working with producer Tony Visconti, and Mario was asked to fill in for Sterling Campbell for drums on “Space Oddity” and “I Would Be Your Slave” as they rehearsed for the Tibetan Benefit show at Carnegie Hall. Not only did Mario get to play with David Bowie, but he played along side Phillip Glass on piano, Adam Yauch on guitar, and Tony Visconti on bass during their practice runs!

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