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Erik Blicker & Glenn Schloss


Erik Blicker began studying guitar at the age of 11 and began teaching music at age 16. He opened a teaching studio and music store at age 18 and continued to teach piano, drums, pedal steel and bass. With a Bachelor’s in music from the University of Miami and a Master’s Degree from Aaron Copeland School of Music at Queens College, Blicker began scoring for small film and tv projects while playing in New York City bands.

Glenn Schloss is a performer, producer, drummer, composer and remixer in New York. His early musical experiences were spoon-fed by his close family in particular his father Arthur Schloss and older brother Danny Schloss. Glenn began playing the xylophone at the early age of 7 and found his calling on the drums and keyboards shortly after. Glenn’s musical heroes: Pat Metheny, John Coltrane, Stevie Wonder, Jimmy Hendrix and Iron Maiden provided the vast soundtrack to his childhood.

Erik and Glenn founded G&E Music in 1997 and together have scored commercials, promos, short- and long-form features including “The Nine Lives of Marion Barry” for HBO Films and “The Assasination of Dr. Tiller” for NBC’s Peacock Productions, as well as for PBS, VH1, ESPN, Nickelodeon, Versus, Saatchi & Saatchi, and many other major networks, ad agencies and production companies.

Visit G&E Music at gemusic.com.