Cristian Good is an in-demand educator, consultant, and percussionist from northern Indiana.
Cristian has a B.A. in music from Goshen College. Throughout his time at Goshen College, he was active in Symphonic Orchestra, Concert Band, Lavender Jazz, and Percussion Ensemble with additional appearances with the Maple City Chamber Orchestra. He has also assisted in several Brazilian drumming clinics alongside Dr. Christopher Fashun, Asst. Professor of Music at Hope College.
As a music educator, Cristian has worked with a variety of high school programs throughout northern Indiana. While at Goshen College he taught alongside Derrick Shannon, helping to build the Goshen High School percussion program. During this time the program grew from class A finals to winning concert open class, and performing in world-class finals, all in a total of 3 years. Recently Cristian has taught percussion and been the head of electronic design at Homestead High School in Ft. Wayne. He has also taught percussion at many other schools around the Elkhart area throughout the years of 2011-2017.
Cristian is a well known audio engineer and consultant in the marching arts community both in the midwest and around the United States. He has extensive knowledge of the concepts and techniques used in the marching arts activity including system design, setup, wireless coordination, synth programming, and audio sample creation. Cristian was the Cavalier’s audio engineer during 2014, 2015, and 2016 seasons and has worked closely alongside Michael McIntosh and Tom McGillen. In 2015 he worked with Gateway Indoor, and in 2016 he worked with Legacy Indoor Percussion.
Cristian currently resides in Ft. Wayne, Indiana and works as a sales engineer at Sweetwater Sound while continuing to teach and consult in his spare time.