VIP Pascual Martinez-Forteza from the NY Philharmonic Soloist with
the Binghamton Philharmonic:
On Sunday, January 20, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. in the Osterhout Concert Theater of the Anderson Center at Binghamton University, the Bing...hamton Philharmonic, José-Luis Novo music director, will perform Weber's Clarinet Concerto No. 2, featuring soloist Pascual Martinez Forteza, the acclaimed clarinetist from the New York Philharmonic. The program also features Brahms' Symphony No. 3 and Binghamton University's own Paul Goldstaub's composition "I Am Prospero".
Tickets range from $15-$42 for adults and $10 for students and children. Call 607-723-3931 for tickets and information. Tickets may be purchased online at www.binghamtonphilharmonic.org.
The Binghamton Philharmonic will also present Opening Notes, a pre-concert talk by musicologist Barbara Renton at 2:00 p.m. in the Anderson Center. The pre-concert talk is free to all ticket holders and is sponsored by Price Chopper's Golub Foundation.
The Binghamton Philharmonic's 2012-2013 Classical Series is sponsored by M&T Bank.
This performance is also made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. General Operating Support is provided to the Binghamton Philharmonic by a grant from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council.
For more information on the Binghamton Philharmonic's 2012-2013 Season visit: www.binghamtonphilharmonic.org
21 and 27 January 2013
29 January 2013
California State University at Northridge
27 January 2013
West Chester University (Pennsylvania) Clarinet Day with VIP Mark Nuccio and Ben Redwine
2 February 2013
Played principal clarinet under Fritz Reiner in Pittsburgh and Chicago Symphonies,
soloist with Los Angeles Symphony, and the premiere clarinetist
in the motion picture studios in Los Angeles for over 25 years. Many
outstanding recordings, well-beloved teacher at University of Southern
California, many outstanding students who are now playing and teaching
all over the country. Also produced Mitchell Lurie clarinet mouthpieces,
ligature, and reeds.
Certainly one of the very finest US players of the 20th century. Pablo Casals called him "the ideal clarinetist".
1st Annual Master Class in honor of Mitchell Lurie with VIP Jessica Phillips-Rieske at the Manhattan School of Music Saturday 2 February - 10 AM to 2 PM - Organized by VIP Larry Guy, Major New York Orchestral Clarinetist and Professor at Vassar College
2 - 16 February 2013
5 February 2013
New York City
DEBUSSY: Première Rhapsodie for Clarinet and Piano
BEETHOVEN: Rondo a Capriccio in G major, Op. 129, "Rage over a lost penny"
WIDOR: Introduction et Rondo for Clarinet and Piano, Op.72
DEBUSSY: Pour le Piano
BARTÓK: Romanian Folk Dances for Clarinet and Piano, Sz. 56.
RACHMANINOFF: Prelude in B-flat major, No. 2, Op. 23
PIAZZOLA: Milonga en re, tango for Clarinet and Piano
LISZT: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, S.244/2
GAMPIERI: Il Carnevale di Venezia
When: Tuesday, February 5th @ 8:00 P.M.
Tickets Information: Suggested Donation $20/ Seniors and Students $10
Location: 619 Lexington Avenue at 54th Street, New York, NY 10022
Full Map and directions: http://goo.gl/maps/N6HZ0
8 and 12 February 2013
Columbus Ohio Convention Center and Severence Hall, Cleveland 12 February
The Ohio State University Wind Symphony is pleased to be performing for the 2013 Ohio Music Educators Association (OMEA) Professional Development Conference at the Columbus Convention Center on February 8, 2013. Exact date and time is yet to be determined. The concert will feature VIP Dr. Caroline Hartig, clarinet and performing the Ticelli Clarinet Concerto with guest conductor Dr. Scott A. Jones. Please visit our Concerts page for more information. Click here to view the concert program. The program repeats at Severence Hall, home of The Cleveland Orchestra 12 February
Miller Symphony Hall in downtown Allentown, PA, Diane Wittry, Music Director, and Soloist David Singer from the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
9 - 10 February 2013
Allentown Symphony Orchestra with Clarinet Soloist David Singer (Orpheus Chamber Orchestra)
9 February 2013
Deborah Marshall from Germany Soloist with Denver Pops Orchestra performing Weber 1st Concerto Op 73
10 February 2013
14 - 16 February 2013
16 February 2013
University of Central Florida Clarinet Day - Dr Keith Koons, Director
The UCF Music Department is proud to announce the 23rd Annual UCF Clarinet Day. This will be a day of clarinet activities designed for high school and community college clarinet players, including performances, workshop, and a mass clarinet choir reading session. Registration begins at noon. Bring your clarinet to play in the clarinet choir!
Bass clarinet, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
A versatile musician, Alcides Rodriguez can be heard in chamber, orchestral and concerto performances on clarinet and bass clarinet. He is currently the bass clarinetist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and a member of the Atlanta Chamber Players.
Rodriguez, a winner of multiple prizes in clarinet competitions, has participated in various summer music festivals and performed internationally. In 1997, he gave the first performance in Venezuela of Carl Nielsen’s Clarinet Concerto. A native of Venezuela, Rodriguez also plays maracas and cuatro. His album The Venezuelan Clarinet (2010) is a tribute to the music of his native country, and a showcase of his versatility.
A dedicated educator, he is on the faculty of the Atlanta Symphony’s Talent Development Program and maintains a private studio at home. He is an Artist and Clinician for the Buffet Group and Vandoren, and plays Buffet clarinets and Vandoren reeds exclusively.
18 - 22 February 2013
22 February 2013
23 February 2013
Gettysburg Clarinet Day at Sunderman Conservatory, Pennsylvania
23 February 2013
University of Georgia - D Ray McClellan, Clarinet Day Director
with VIP Jon Manasse, Solo Clarinetist in the New York City Ballet Orchestra and the Mostly Mozart Orchestra, and Faculty at the Juilliard School and the Eastman School of Music, in a full day of Master Classes and Performances and Question / Answer Session with Participants. More Information on the linked website
25 February 2013
DEREK BERMEL'S "VOICES" RETURNS TO NEW YORK CITY
Bermel Performs Clarinet Concerto with Mannes Orchestra
Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center - New York City
On Monday evening, February 25 at 8 PM, composer-clarinetist Derek Bermel takes the stage at Alice Tully Hall when the Mannes Orchestra performs Voices, his highly-praised clarinet concerto. Unheard in New York since its critically-acclaimed 1998 World Premiere, the work was co-commissioned by the American Composers Orchestra and Boston Modern Orchestra Project, premiered by ACO at Carnegie Hall, and recorded by BMOP on a Grammy-nominated disc for Best Instrumental Soloist Performance (with orchestra). Bermel's performance is in conjunction with his spring term at Mannes, where he serves as composer-in-residence. His residency is unique, as he occupies a central role at the school, working with the entire student population to explore composition, improvisation, and composer collaborations, along with the performance of new music, regardless of style or genre.
Voices reflects Bermel's deep engagement with other musical cultures, which has become part of the fabric and force of his compositional language and where the human voice and its myriad inflections play a primary role. Voices explores the clarinet and the orchestra through a multitude of techniques. The first movement, "Id", evokes sounds of shouting, laughing, and mumbling; the second movement, "She Moved Thru the Fair," is haunted by the sounds, inflections, and gestures of Irish folk music; and the finale, "Jamm on Toast," features vocal techniques more commonly associated with funk and big-band music.
26 February 2013
Vandoren Masterclass Series, VIP David Gould, Director
New York City
Announcing the 2013 Masterclass Series
Burt Hara Clarinet Masterclass
Presented by Vandoren
Tuesday, February 26, 2013 at 3:00-6:00pm
Presented by Vandoren
At Shetler Studios
Location: 244 w. 54th St.
Penthouse 1 (Elevator to the 12th floor, through hallway, up 1 flight of stairs)
Reception to follow masterclass at the Vandoren Studio (Suite 612 on the 6th floor).
About Vandoren Artist Burt Hara:
In 25 years as the Minnesota Orchestra’s principal clarinet, Burt Hara has drawn acclaim for his solo appearances—in works of Bernstein, Copland, Debussy, Nielsen, Weber and others—and many chamber performances. In recent seasons he has been featured on Orchestra programs playing Messiaen’s Abyss of the Birds, from Quartet for the End of Time, as well as Copland’s Clarinet Concerto, Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and Sinfonia concertante, Bernstein’s Clarinet Sonata and Crusell’s Second Clarinet Concerto.
Read more here:
- Lohff + Pfeiffer custom woodwind solutions at the Vandoren Studio NYC - March 28th-30th
- Michael Wayne Clarinet Masterclass presented by Vandoren - April 4th 10AM
27 February 2013
1 - 3 March 2013
Texas A & M University - VIP Mary Alice Druhan, Director
2 March 2013
Ensemble 54 (New York) Clarinet Quartet in concert - VIP David Gould, Director
Saturday, March 2, 2013. 7:00pm.
Benzaquen Hall, Dimenna Center (450 West 37th Street, New York City)
Ensemble 54, New York's Clarinet Quartet presents *WORLD PREMIERES by Paquito D'Rivera and Richard Belcastro.
Cyrille Mercadier, Ocarina
... Richard Belcastro, Sitar
Escaich: Tango Virtuoso
Farkas: Suite of Ancient Dances
Belcastro: *Storm Clouds Absinthe Green for clarinet quartet and Sitar
The Ocarina Suite
1- Ket Tetel, Csurdongolo by Leo Winer
2- Vals Venezolano from Aires Tropicales by Paquito D'Rivera
3- Hora Staccato by Grigoras Dinicu
*The Elephant and the Clown (2013) by Paquito D'Rivera
(World premiere of the revised octet version)
Mozart: Serenade in c minor (arr, for clarinet octet)
$20 adults/$10 students
Check their above website Itinerary for more Programs and Workshops
2 March 2013
Denison University (Ohio) Woodwind Festival 2013 — with Katherine Borst Jones, Leslie Goldman Maaser, Steven Rosenberg, Michelle Fiala, John Kurokawa, Karen Atria and Christopher Weait.
2 March 2013
Tennesee Tech University 8th Clarinet Day
3 March 2013
University of Maryland Clarinet Day - VIP Robert DiLutis, Director
College Park, Maryland
Sunday, March 3, 2013
9AM to 8PM
Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center
with special guest artists:
Ralph Skiano, Principal Clarinet, Richmond Symphony
William Blayney, Buffet Artist
Richard MacDowell, University of Texas, Austin (Retired)
Lawrence Gilliard Jr., from the HBO Series "The Wire"
Join newly appointed Professor of Clarinet, Robert DiLutis, for the first Maryland Clarinet Day. Whether a beginner clarinetist or advanced professional, this fun, relaxed day filled with masterclasses and performances brings all clarinetists plenty of new skills to enhance their musical careers.
CLARINET GIVE-AWAY! Registered guests receive free t-shirts and prizes, and will be entered to win a Buffet E12F, a new semi-professional clarinet model!
Refine your repertoire and technique in masterclasses with Ralph Skiano, William Blayney, Richard MacDowell and Robert DiLutis. Learn how acting techniques can improve your performances with Lawrence Gilliard from the HBO Series "The Wire".
Masterclasses are open to all participants. Please indicate on the registration from if you are interested in performing during a class. Only a limited number of students will be selected to perform.
Buffet group will be on-site with their complete line of clarinets, as well as several other vendors offering music and free instrument tune-ups.
Parents and Teachers are FREE
For parking and directions, click here.
||Registration and Breakfast (provided by The Clarinet Society) in the Clarice Smith Center lobby.
||Opening Recital with Robert DiLutis, Paul Cigan and David Jones
||Ralph Skiano Masterclass
||Break & Vendor Time
||William Blayney "Historical Clarinet Recordings": hear original recordings from 1899-1940 of some of the greatest legends of the clarinet.
||Lunch & Vendor time (provided by The Clarinet Society)
||Mass Clarinet Choir
||Break & Vendor Time
||Richard MacDowell Masterclass
||Break & Vendor Time
||Lawrence Gilliard "Acting for a Better Performance" Masterclass
||Break & Vendor Time (Exhibits close at 5PM)
||Robert DiLutis Masterclass
||Mike Hammer Instrument Repair Class
||Evening Recital and Prizes Give-away
Robert DiLutis has recently been appointed to the faculty of the University of Maryland, School of Music, College Park. Previously Mr. DiLutis was Professor of Clarinet at the Louisiana State University School of Music, Assistant Principal and E-flat clarinetist with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and Professor of Clarinet at the Eastman School of Music. Mr. DiLutis has also served on the faculties of the St. Mary's University in Texas, and Nazareth College in New York. Most recently Mr. DiLutis developed and taught an Orchestral Audition Training Program for the Eastman School of Music. His many clinics and master classes have included Ithaca College, Hartt School of Music, Boston University, New England Conservatory, Longy School of Music and the Academia y Banda De Musica De Norena, Oviedo, Spain. >>more
Paul Cigan is currently second clarinetist with the National Symphony Orchestra and an active chamber musician and teacher in the Washington, DC area. During his tenure with the NSO, Mr. Cigan has appeared as concerto soloist and given chamber music performances and master classes across the United States as part of the orchestra's American Residencies program. He can be heard performing regularly with the 21st Century Consort, Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra, Theater Chamber Players, Eclipse Chamber Orchestra and in concerts at the Library of Congress. Recent recordings include performances with the 21st Century Consort, Eclipse Chamber Orchestra, and Smithsonian Chamber Orchestra. >>more
David Jones joined the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra as Principal Clarinet in 1998. He has also performed extensively with the National Symphony Orchestra, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra as well being a member of the Contemporary Music Forum and a featured artist with the American Chamber Players, and the 20th Century Consort. Comfortable in many different musical situations, Mr. Jones has worked with Tony Bennett, Jose Carreras, Rosemary Clooney, Placido Domingo, Aretha Franklin, Yo-Yo Ma, The Manhattan Transfer, Jesse Norman, Luciano Pavarotti, David Sanborn, Rod Stewart and The Temptations as well as the national tours of Kiss Me Kate, Cinderella, Annie, Cabaret, A Chorus Line, The King and I, Showboat, West Side Story and The Wizard of Oz. >>more
Ralph Skiano was appointed principal clarinetist of the Richmond Symphony in 2002 and in 2006, principal clarinetist of the Des Moines Metro Opera. In addition, he also performs with the Richmond Ballet and the Virginia Opera. Other orchestral appearances have included the Cincinnati Symphony, the Nashville Symphony, the Virginia Symphony, the Kentucky Symphony, and the Washington Opera.
Ralph has been involved in numerous music festivals, including the Brevard Music Center, the Chautauqua Institute, and the Tanglewood Music Center, and has been featured as a soloist with ensembles in the United States, France, Germany, and Switzerland. In 2010, Ralph was a guest artist at the Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium. He is a founding member and director of the Atlantic Chamber Ensemble in Virginia and is also a part of the Fessenden Chamber Ensemble in Washington DC, along with members of the National Symphony and the Washington Opera. Most summers, he can be heard performing opera on the beautiful French island of Belle Ile en Mer.
Under the guidance of Richard Hawley, Ralph completed his BM at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music in 2002. Other influential teachers include Yehuda Gilad, Steve Cohen, Eli Eban, and Marguerite Levin. Ralph lives in Richmond, Virginia with his wife, Ann and his yellow lab, Savannah.
William Blayney is highly regarded as a soloist, clinician, and clarinet pedagogue. His wide range of experience extends from playing with the Atlanta and Seattle Symphonies, opera and ballet companies in New York, Baltimore, Atlanta, and Seattle, to playing First Clarinet on Broadway and on movie soundtracks such as Die Hard III, and for the Disney Studios' re-scoring of classic cartoons from the 1930s and 40s for their television show "Sing Me A Story". Since moving to Seattle in 1987 he has performed as Principal Clarinet in all of Seattle's top musical organizations, including the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Fifth Avenue Theatre, and Northwest Chamber Orchestra. His many performances with the Seattle Symphony include radio broadcasts, telecasts of the openings of Benaroya Hall and Safeco Field, the Rolling Requiem and the first net cast of an orchestral concert. He is on many of the SSO's CDs including the premiere recording of David Diamond's 11th Symphony on which he plays First Clarinet.
Upon receipt of his Bachelor of Music Degree in Clarinet Performance from the Peabody Conservatory, he was invited to teach in their Preparatory Department. While in Baltimore he also taught at the Baltimore High School for the Performing Arts and the University of Maryland (UMBC). In a Kennedy Center Performance the Washington Post praised the "expert performances of Debussy Rhapsody and Brahms Sonata by clarinetist William Blayney." Known also for his interest in and knowledge of historical clarinetists and their recorded legacy, he is preparing a series of historical recordings of Great Clarinetists of the 20th Century.
Mr. Blayney's three clarinet teachers were all noted for their beauty of sound and expressive musicality. They were his father, Donald R. Blayney, Ignatius Gennusa, and David Weber.
Richard MacDowell has taught and performed extensively throughout the United States and abroad. His study and degrees are from the Eastman School of Music, the New England Conservatory, Northwestern University, and Florida State University. He has studied clarinet with Robert Marcellus, Stanly Hasty, Leon Russianoff, and Fred Ormand. He is known to be one of the strongest pedagogues in the Marcellus and Hasty traditions. Before coming to the University of Texas at Austin, where he was Associate Professor of Clarinet for over 20 years, he taught at the Interlochen Arts Academy at Interlochen, Michigan for a number of years.
He has been on the faculty of the Banff Festival in Alberta, Canada, giving a week of master classes to international students. While there he participated in two recitals, one of which featured the Mozart Clarinet Quintet. He was principal clarinet in a two -week orchestra festival in the Dominican Republic, the Northwood Orchestra in Harbor Springs, Michigan, the Killington Music Festival in Vermont, the Kapalua Festival in Maui, Hawaii, and a frequent clinician and performer in the International Clarinet Association annual festival, and the Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium.
He has given recitals and master classes at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan, Oberlin Conservatory, Oberlin, Ohio, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, North Carolina, and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Nebraska. He participated in the 2010 China Clarinet Festival in Naning, China, and the Taiwan Clarinet Festival in Touen, Taiwan, Taiwan.
He's been the principal clarinet of the Dallas Chamber Orchestra, the Lakewood Ensemble of Dallas, Mozart-fest of Austin, the Chamber Soloists of Austin, Salon Concerts, and the Victoria Bach Festival. This past year, his final year prior to his retirement from UT, he was co-artistic director and host for the 2010 ICA ClarintFest in Austin. Locally, he has been a frequent guest with the Finger Lakes Chamber Ensemble, and has been on the faculties of Ithaca College, State University College at Oneonta, and Hartwick. He's played principal clarinet with the Glimmerglass Opera, the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra, Catskill Philharmonic, and played with the Binghamton Philharmonic, Binghamton Pops, the Northeast Philharmonic, and Tri-Cities Opera, among others.
LAWRENCE GILLIARD, JR
Lawrence "Larry" Gilliard, Jr. is an American character actor who has appeared in films, television series and theatre. He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of D'Angelo Barksdale on the HBO drama series The Wire, a role which earned him much critical acclaim.
Gilliard studied classical music at Baltimore School for the Arts and Juilliard School but decided to pursue acting instead. He made his film debut as the lead in the independent film Straight Out of Brooklyn. He studied acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, The Acting Studio, Inc., and the Stella Adler Conservatory.
Often cast as a hoodlum, Gilliard has appeared on numerous television crime dramas such as Law & Order, Homicide: Life on the Street, New York Undercover and CSI: NY. His notable film roles include: a love-struck ghetto teen in LottoLand, an earnest college football player in The Waterboy and a member of the Dead Rabbits in Gangs of New York. Gilliard recently had a role on the television series The Beast. Gilliard is also a stage actor. He received positive reviews for his role of Booth in a production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Topdog/Underdog.
6 March 2013
Andreas Ottensamer, Co Solo Clarinetist in
Soloist in Seoul, Korea
6 March 2013
8 March + 2013 Tour with Jazz Great VIP Anat Cohen
Anat's latest album, Claroscuro, is now available.
Anat Cohen - celebrated the world over for her expressive virtuosity on clarinet and saxophone, not to mention the sheer joie de vivre in her charismatic stage presence - presents the latest record of her evolution with Claroscuro, her sixth album as a bandleader. Claroscuro takes its title from the Spanish word describing the play of light and shade (claroscuro in Italian).
Anzic Records >
Anat on Tour:
I am so happy to be traveling with my quartet again. Jason Lindner on Piano, Joe Martin on Bass and Daniel Freedman on Drums will be with me on these following shows:
03/08/13 | Edmonton, AB, CANADA | Yardbird Suite | 9:00pm |
03/09/13 | Winnipeg, MB, CANADA | Berney Theatre | 8:00pm |
03/10/13 | Winnipeg, MB, CANADA | Berney Theatre | 2:00pm & 7:30pm |
03/14/13 | Amsterdam, Netherlands | Buimhuis | 8:30 |
03/15/13 | Hannover, Germany | Jazz Club Hannover | 8:30 |
03/16/13 | Fribourg , Switzerland | La Spirale | 9:00 |
03/17/13 | Heidelberg, Germany | Karlstorbahnhof | 8:00 |
03/18/13 | Paris , France | Duc Des Lombards | 8:00 & 10:00 |
03/19/13 | Paris , France | Duc Des Lombards | 8:00 & 10:00 |
03/20/13 | London, United Kingdom | Pizza Express | 8:30 |
Visit Anat's New Website
I got a relatively new website that features my latest album, Claroscuro. You can listen to tracks, view the making-of-the-album video, and more. Get up-to-the-minute news, check tour dates and view the complete discography.
9 - 10 March 2013
6° CONCORSO INTERNAZIONALE DI CLARINETTO - Roberto Saltin, Artistic Director
6th “Rino Viani” International Clarinet Competition and Rules of Entry
Art.1. AGE LIMIT
The Competition is open to all soloist clarinettists, without distinction of nationality, who have reached age 18 on March 1st, 2013.
Art.2. REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION
2.1 Each applicant must return the enclosed registration form filled in, in all its parts, to the Competition Secretariat or send the registration form by registered mail, fax or e-mail within and no later than March 1st, 2013 to the following address:
Direzione Concorso Internazionale di Clarinetto “Rino Viani”
C/o CEFAC Centro Formazione Alta Cultura
Via Pezzana, 24
41012 Carpi (MO) – Italy
Fax. +39.059. 49.05.902
Per informazioni e scheda iscrizione concorso
The applications must contain the following information, without which they will not be admitted
- surname, name, place of birth, nationality, address, telephone number;
- the indication of the piece for solo clarinet chosen by the candidate for the semi-final stage.
The following documents must be attached to the application:
- a self- signed birth and residency certificate;
- artistic curriculum in Italian or English;
- copy of the payment details of the € 50,00 used as a contribution towards the administrative costs. The payment can be effected into the following bank account: Associazione Culturale Rino Viani, account 88010640 abi 07601 cab 12900 cin I c/o Banco Posta di Carpi (MO). IBAN Code: IT 86 I 07601 12900 000088010640 Code BIC: BPPIITRRXXX with clear reference to : Subscription VI International Competition “Rino Viani” Soloist or Ensemble Category.
The payment of the application fee must be made within and no later than March 1st, 2013.
The inscription fee is non refundable, with the only exception mentioned in point 8.
The Organizing Committee may refuse to admit candidates with incomplete application forms.
The Members of the Jury are musicians or persons in the music profession of international provenance.
The decisions of the Jury are unchallengeable and definitive. The Jury reserves the right to cut short an execution of a piece or to re-listen to it.
Fabrizio Meloni – Primo Clarinetto del Teatro alla Scala di Milano – Presidente di Giuria
Corrado Giuffredi - Primo clarinetto dell’Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana
Piero Vincenti – Presidente dell’Accademia Italiana del Clarinetto
Massimo Ferraguti - Conservatorio di Musica “A.Boito” di Parma
Annamaria Giaquinta - Istituto Musicale Pareggiato “A.Tonelli” Carpi
Ivan Bacchi – Direttore dell’Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “O.Vecchi – A.Tonelli”
Enrico Campedelli - Sindaco della Città di Carpi
Alessia Ferrari - Assessore alla Cultura del Comune di Carpi
Sig.ra Irma Viani Malavasi
Art.4 ELIMINATORY ROUNDS
4.1 The Competition will take place in Carpi between March 9th and 10th, 2013.
4.2 The order of appearance of the candidates will be established by the Jury and it shall be published on the web site www.rinoviani.org . Applicants who have been admitted to the Competition must be present during the roll-call for the auditions. The audiences will take place at the A.Tonelli Istituto Musicale Pareggiato in Carpi.
4.3 The Jury will notify its decisions to the candidates at the end of each phase of the Competition.
4.4 During the Eliminatory stage and the Semi-final stage, a pianist will be expressly available for all candidates. Nevertheless, each candidate can be accompanied by a pianist of his / her own choice, the costs of which being charged the candidate.
During the Finale, candidates will be accompanied by the Camera Orchestra Giuseppe Verdi of Parma.
The Finale may be open to the public.
4.5 The attendance of the concert and prize giving ceremony (March 10th,2013), which will take place in Carpi at Auditorium Carlo Rustichelli – Istituto Superiore di Studi Musicali “O.Vecchi – A.Tonelli”, is compulsory for all the winners of the Competition.
By not participating to the concert or to the prize giving ceremony, excluding serious circumstances/reasons communicated to the Direction, the winner renounces the prize implicitly.
4.6 The candidates will not be allowed to delay unless the Direction is notified with a valid justification and the competition process is not impeded. The Jury reserves the right to accept or not the justifications.
W.A. Mozart - From the Clarinet and Orchestral Concerto in La magg. K.v. 622 – 1st Movement
C. Debussy - Prémière Rhapsodie
Piece of music for clarinet solo chosen by the candidate
G. Rossini – Introduzione, Tema e Variazioni per clarinetto e orchestra
The winners will be awarded the following prizes:
1st Place € 2000,00
2nd Place € 1000,00
3rd Place € 750,00
The Winning Candidate will also have the opportunity to perform at the 40th edition of ClarinetFest to be held on July 24 – 28 in Assisi under the artistic direction of Peter Vincenti.
Art.7 AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDING
Associazione culturale Rino Viani reserves the right to film, record and broadcast the Finale with no time limitations, owing no fee to the participants who, by submitting the application expressly accept to grant free of charge usage of such recordings, including for commercial use.
Art.8 CANCELLATION OF THE COMPETITION
Should the Competition not take place due to force majeure events, the applications will be cancelled and the registration fee will be reimbursed.
For further information, please contact CEFAC Centro Formazione Alta Cultura – Via Pezzana, 24 – 41012 Carpi (MO), Italy tel. +39 059 654977 fax +39 059 4905902 from 9 to 13 Monday to Friday. (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or from the site www.rinoviani.org)
Artistic Director - Roberto Saltini
9 March 2013
9 March 2013
Cornucopia Clarinet Day at Northern Illinois University - VIP Dr Gregory Barrett, Director
11 March 2013
University of Tennessee
15 - 17 March 2013
IV Festival Internacional de Clarinetes do Dão / PORTUGUESE SELMER ACADEMY | 15, 16 e 17 de Março de 2013 — with David Machado, Companhia Sopros, Luis Ruvina and 16 others.
Tags: Rico Reeds, Selmer Paris Clarinets
15 - 22 March 2013
Festival SMA - Clarinetists: Antonio Saioti and Nuno Pinto
18 - 22 March 2013
Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic
19 March 2013
Master Class Day with VIP Mark Nuccio of the New York Philharmonic
Fullerton State University, California
21 March 2013
San Marcos, Texas
22 - 27 March 2013
Friday, March 22, 2013 | 7:30 p.m. | Springfield - St.
Agnes Church, 245 North Amos Avenue, Springfield, IL
Saturday, March 23, 2012 | 7:30 p.m. | Bloomington -
Second Presbyterian Church, 313 North East Street,
Bloomington, IL 61701
a la Haydn
Symphony No.104 "London"
Era doesn’t get any better than this with Alfred
Schnittke’s dramatic duel in Moz-Art a la Haydn based on
a lost work of Mozart, the glorious Mozart Clarinet
Concerto with Chicago Symphony Orchestra clarinetist
John Bruce Yeh and Haydn’s astonishing climax to his
symphonic legacy, his Symphony No. 104, “London”. These
are the classics at their best!
Orchester Bonn on USA Eastern Tour in March
Tour Itinerary linked here -
and Matthias Schuler, inventors of the famed Zoom Clarinet Barrels are
Klarinettists in this Orchestra and Artist VIP's
should try to hear the Orchestra and meet these dignitaries
22 - 27 March 2013
22 - 23 March 2013
Brandon, Manitoba, Canada
23 March 2013
Master Class with VIP John Bruce Yeh of the Chicago Symphony
23 March 2013
Ohio University Clarinet Gala - Dr Rebecca Rischin, Director
Clarinet Gala 2013
Set your calendars for Saturday, March 23, 2013, the date of Ohio University's eleventh Clarinet Gala, featuring visiting artist Jane Carl, Professor of Clarinet at the University of Missouri Kansas City Conservatory of Music! The Honors Clarinet Choir featuring talented high school students and college undergraduates from all over the region will rehearse and perform on this date. Students: please see below for information about auditions for the 2013 Honors Clarinet Choir. For a complete schedule of the Clarinet Gala, click here.
2013 OHIO UNIVERSITY HONORS CLARINET CHOIR
NOTE: THE DEADLINE FOR RECORDED AUDITIONS FOR THE OHIO UNIVERSITY HONORS CLARINET CHOIR HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO FEBRUARY 15, 2013.
THE HONORS CLARINET CHOIR IS NOW OPEN TO COLLEGE UNDERGRADUATES AS WELL AS HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GRADES 10-12.
The 2013 Ohio University Honors Clarinet Choir, under the leadership of Dr. Rebecca Rischin, Professor of Clarinet, will rehearse and perform at Ohio University's Clarinet Gala on Saturday, March 23, 2013 in conjunction with the Ohio University Flute Fest and Honors Flute Choir, directed by Alison Brown Sincoff, Associate Professor of Flute. The purpose is to give talented high school and college undergraduate clarinetists the opportunity to perform excellent repertoire in a highly select group under the leadership of Dr. Rischin and visiting artist Jane Carl, Professors of Clarinet at the University of Missouri Kansas City Conservatory of Music. An additional aim is also to provide the opportunity for talented high school and college undergraduate clarinetists to visit the OU campus and experience the unique opportunities available to them as OU students. Another benefit is that students in the Honors Clarinet Choir will have the opportunity to rehearse and perform with talented Ohio University college clarinetists.
High school clarinetists in grades 10-12 and college undergraduates are eligible to audition. The Honors Clarinet Choir will comprise approximately 12-20 clarinetists selected competitively from live and recorded auditions.
Schedule of Events
All events will take place on Saturday, March 23, 2013 in Ohio University's Robert Glidden Hall, the School of Music. The day will comprise three rehearsals in the morning and afternoon and a grand finale concert at 5:30pm. It will also include a master class by Professor Carl featuring Ohio University college students; a master class by Dr. Rischin featuring selected members of the Honors Clarinet Choir; a host recital featuring Dr. Rischin, Prof. Sincoff, Assistant Professor of Piano Youmee Kim, and Professor of Piano Gail Berenson; and a feature recital with Dr. Carl and Jan Gippo, former piccoloist with Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, accompanied by Professors Kim and Berenson. The day will begin at 8:30am with registration and will conclude with a pizza party at 6:30pm.
Housing and Meals
All events for the Honors Clarinet Choir will take place on March 23, 2013, so hotels are not necessary. Should you wish to stay overnight, however, here is a list of hotels in Athens:
Hampton Inn (740)593-5600
Holiday Inn (740)592-4640
Ohio University Inn (740)593-6661
Super 8 (740)594-4900
Days Inn (740)593-6655
Budget Host Inn (740)594-2294
Dinner will be provided at the pizza party at 6:30pm. Lunch is on your own. There are many excellent choices on Court St, the main commercial street on campus.
Application/Audition Fee/Participant Fee
High school students (grades 10-12) and college undergraduates interested in auditioning live for the Ohio University Honors Clarinet Choir must complete an application form and submit at $5 check payable to the Ohio University School of Music to be mailed and received by 3 days before the audition date selected. Please do not send cash. If accepted into the Honors Clarinet Choir, students interested in participating must submit a modest fee of $40, again, in the form of a check made payable to the Ohio University School of Music. This fee will include the pizza party and a festival t-shirt. Following receipt of the application form and $5 fee, audition times will be sent via email by the day before the audition date selected. Every effort will be made to accommodate requested audition times, but the earliest applications will receive preference.
Students unable to take a live audition are encouraged to submit a compact disc with their application with the required selections (see "Audition Information" below). Each selection should not be edited or spliced, but performed continuously. Please clearly mark the recording with the student's name, grade, school, email address, phone number, and ordered titles of selections including composer, title of piece, and title of movement, if applicable. Indicate on what type of auxiliary instrument selections are performed if applicable. The application and compact disc must be received by February 15, 2013.
High school clarinetists should play a portion of a prepared solo or etude that demonstrates both lyrical and technical ability (approximately 3 minutes), and a 2-octave chromatic scale (3-octaves is preferable) beginning on a note of the student's choice (eighth-notes at quarter-note=120, slurred ascending, staccato descending). A solo for the class A list from the OMEA contest list is recommended. Sight reading may be asked. College undergraduates should perform a portion of a standard concerto or sonata (such as Mozart, Weber, or Brahms, approximately 3 minutes) that demonstrates both lyrical and technical ability, as well as a portion of a twentieth century work (approximately 3 minutes). Sight reading may be asked. Students are also encouraged to audition on the auxiliary instruments (Bass clarinet, Eb clarinet, Alto clarinet, Contra-alto clarinet, Contra-bass clarinet). Audition requirements for the auxiliary instruments are the same as for the Bb clarinet. Auditions will be led by Dr. Rischin, Prof. Sincoff, and Dr. Andrew Trachsel, Director of Bands at Ohio University.
Audition results for both live and recorded auditions will be emailed to students by February 17, 2013. Students accepted who would like to participate in the Honors Clarinet Choir must submit their acceptance form and $40 fee by Feb 20, 2013. Upon receipt of the acceptance form and fee, Prof. Rischin will send the music and additional information to home addresses by Mar 1, 2013.
Ohio University Honor Band Auditions
High school students auditioning for the Honors Clarinet Choir can simultaneously be considered for the Ohio University Honor Band, to take place Nov 29-Dec 1, 2012. Audition requirements, locations, and times are the same as for the Honors Clarinet Choir. See your band director or contact Andrew Trachsel for more information. Just check on your application form that you are also auditioning for the Ohio University Honor Band.
For further information, please contact Rebecca Rischin (740)707-7061 (cell)
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