Below you will find the programme and scores for the performances taking place during the open master class on Nov. 1st at 1pm PST in the Phillip T Young Recital Hall. Programme Philippe Gaubert, Fantaisie for Clarinette and Piano Eugène Bozza, Aria Gabriel Pierné, Canzonetta Felix Draeseke, Sonata for clarinet and piano
Here is the first in a series of interesting articles by percussion and piano duo, Passepartout, about their lives traveling and attending artist residencies without a home base. Chris and Nico are not only brilliant musicians, but also eloquent writers as well. This first article in their series can provide insight on their unique musical … Continue reading PASSEPARTOUT DUO: MUSIC ON THE MOVE
With a new term beginning I thought it would be a good idea to provide a few pointers for success during the term. Write practise times directly into your class schedule. This way you know exactly when you practise each day. Warm-up prior to you lessons and rehearsals. This will save time and allow for more … Continue reading Tips for Student Success
Students should have a music folder for their lessons, a notebook, and pencil. Each students should download and print the Clarinet Warm Up Materials and bring them to each lesson. Clarinet Warm Up Materials Scales and Arpeggios Additional study books may include the materials listed below. I will suggest specific books during your lessons. Galper … Continue reading Materials for Lessons
Here is a great article about adjusting and selecting reeds by Robert DiLutis.
Here are a few useful articles on clarinet technique from BuzzReed. Ten Tips to Teach Purposeful, Productive Practice Finding Your Voice-ing Tips for Tuning
The Oberlin Conservatory Orchestra’s March 3rd 2018 8pm concert will be live-streamed. This concert will feature Prof. Richard Hawkins performing the John Corigliano Clarinet Concerto. Click here to watch
Here is a great article on the science of legato on the clarinet. This article provides scientific date for why we need a firm upper lip, high tongue, and fast air when we play clarinet. http://clarinet.org/2017/10/04/science-in-the-art-of-the-legato-2016-research-competition-winner/