Larnell Lewis is a Toronto born musician, composer, producer, educator and clinician.
Often referred to as one of Canada’s most promising up and coming drummers, Lewis has been featured on the cover of Drums Etc, a national drumming magazine. Larnell has performed with various artists ranging from Fred Hammond, Lalah Hathaway, and Lisa Fischer, to Kellylee Evans, Molly Johnson, and Snarky Puppy. In addition to his work as a stage musician, Larnell is currently a part-time professor at Humber College in the Faculty of Music.
During his time at Humber, Larnell was the first drummer to play in the "A" band for 3 years, playing in several other elite groups as well. He would perform with Michael Brecker, Paquito D'Rivera, Dave Holland, Phil Woods, and Ranee Lee. He was presented the Oscar Peterson Prize by Oscar himself.