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Clarinet Corner

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Clarinet Corner is an exploration of music involving the clarinet. The show features music across genres including: classical, jazz, world, film music, and rock. And the lively conversation includes topics such as: musical history and practice, social justice, playing in a film orchestra, and colorful stories about jazz players. You don't have to be a clarinet player or a musician to join in, host Tim Phillips makes the show accessible to everyone!
 
The Crossing The Break Podcast discusses the nuts and bolts of teaching clarinet at the beginning and intermediate levels. We will cover aspects of playing clarinet including tone, embouchure, hand position, tonguing, technique, range, fingerings, tuning and other clarinet-specific items. These ideas can be applied to beginning clarinet class, beginning band, intermediate or advanced clarinetists, and in an individual or group setting. The host of this podcast is Tamarie Sayger. A 1999 music ...
 
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Episode 38: On today's episode, Sam is joined by world renowned conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Maestro Harth-Bedoya just finished up a two week residency with the Indianapolis Symphony as a guest conductor, and it was a great joy to sit down with him to talk about his career and his approach to conducting!…
 
Private clarinet teacher and coach Kelly Riordan joins Sam on today's episode. She coaches and mentors other music teachers on how to best build their studios to attract more students. A must listen for those interested in making private teaching a main source of income! For more information about Kelly, please visit http://kellyriordan.com…
 
Episode 36: In this episode of the Candid Clarinetist, Sam sits down with clarinetist Andy Hudson and composer Roger Zare to discuss their new book Elements of Contemporary Clarinet Technique. In this book, there are 22 new solo works for clarinet. Each work is preceded by a brief description of the technique explored as well as a masterclass on so…
 
Host Tim Phillips sits down with renowned soloist and chamber musician Peter Cigleris to discuss his newest CD in the final part of a 2-part interview series.โดย Troy Public Radio
 
Episode 35: What is it like being a classical musician in New York City? Sam visits with Nathan Hughes, Principal Oboe of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, to find out what it is like making art in the Big Apple!โดย Sam Rothstein
 
Episode 34: Ever feel lost when trying clarinet equipment? Listen to this episode with the fantastic Michael Wayne of the Eastman School of Music. Whether you are trying clarinets, barrels, ligatures, reeds, or mouthpieces, he has some fantastic advice on what you should be looking for!โดย Sam Rothstein
 
Host Tim Phillips sits down with renowned soloist and chamber musician Peter Cigleris to discuss his newest CD in the first part of a 2-part interview series.โดย Troy Public Radio
 
Sam is going solo on this one to talk about recording yourself and listening back to your recordings. What should you be listening for exactly, and how can you use this to improve your playing? Find out in this short bonus episode!โดย Sam Rothstein
 
Episode 33: Andy Simon, Principal Clarinetist of the Hong Kong Philharmonic and host of Andy's Licorice Talks, the fabulous YouTube and Facebook live series, joins Sam to talk about this amazing project.โดย Sam Rothstein
 
Episode 32: Ian Weinberger, Music Director and Conductor of Hamilton on Broadway, and Ryan T. Nelson, Music Director in residence at the Mariott Theatre in Chicago and lecturer at Northwestern University, join Sam on today's episode. We talk about how they both got interested in music theatre and the various paths that they took to their incredibly…
 
Episode 31: Chris Pell, Principal Clarinetist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, joins host Sam Rothstein this week to discuss what he expected out of an orchestral career and what he learned once he started his job as a young 21 year old musician. Topics discussed include burnout, how to behave around colleagues, the changing pressures of audit…
 
Episode 30: Edgar Lopez has one of the most fun clarinet based social media channels that I have found. We talk about his thoughts on why we should be using platforms like TikTok and Instagram to reach a broader audience as classical musicians, as well as how he comes up with the inspiration for his videos. Check out his awesome creations on TikTok…
 
Episode 29: Kari Landry, intermediate lecturer at the University of Michigan in Music Entrepreneurship and one of the founding members of the Akropolis Reed Quintet joins the podcast today. Her passion for choosing your own path and creating musical opportunities will be an inspiration for those listening!…
 
Episode 28: Dr. Kimberly Hankins joins the podcast this week to discuss her health and wellness journey. Kimberly used her experience with a playing related injury to launch a career as a certified yoga and breathwork instructor! If you are struggling with a performance related injury, you can find out more about Kimberly and the Aligned Musician a…
 
Today in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday we're launching the Clarinet Corner podcast with a very special episode. Our host Tim Phillips sat down last year with Anthony McGill, principal clarinetist with the NY Phil, to discuss his projects to increase racial representation including #TakeTwoKnees and his haunting arrangement of "America…
 
Episode 27: In this episode, Sam visits with Richie Hawley, Professor of Clarinet at Rice University, to discuss his incredible blog post on Orchestral Etiquette from over a decade ago. I consider this the "Bible" on how to behave as an orchestral musician. Richie shares his thoughts on why this was an important thing to share, and what aspiring pr…
 
In this episode, Sam reflects on the year 2020 and where the Candid Clarinetist podcast has been. He recalls his favorite three episodes from an incredible year of fabulous guests as well as gives a look at what the future holds for the Candid Clarinetist. Thank you to all for supporting this endeavor, and I look forward to hearing from you in 2021…
 
The Principal Clarinetists of Detroit, Minnesota, Buffalo, and Indianapolis gather to reminisce about holiday concerts, traditions, and memories as the Candid Clarinetist wraps up its first calendar year. Make sure to stay for the entertaining lightning round at the end! Thank you to all of my incredible listeners for your continued support. See yo…
 
Episode 25: Jackie Glazier, Assistant Professor of Clarinet at the University of Arizona, joins the podcast this week to talk about what to do when you are auditioning for music school. What pieces should you prepare? How should you dress and behave in the audition? What communication should you have both before and after the audition with the teac…
 
Episode 24: Principal Pops Conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra joins Sam on the podcast today to talk about the ISO's famed Yuletide Celebration. Maestro Everly's career has taken him across the country from the stages of Broadway to the biggest and best concert halls. Thank you so much to the Indianapolis Symphony Pops department for …
 
Troy Public Radio's weekly musical exploration, "Clarinet Corner" is now available as a podcast! That means you'll be able to delve into great conversations about: music history and performance practice, social justice, playing in a film orchestra, and colorful stories about jazz musicians. Join host Tim Phillips for a conversation that doesn't req…
 
Episode 23: Ixi Chen of the Cincinnati Symphony and Digital Clarinet Academy joins Sam today to discuss the varied and relevant programing that the DCA has provided to students during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Entrepreneurship and other topics are also covered on this episode. Be sure to check out the Digital Clarinet Academy at https://www.digital…
 
Episode 22: Have you ever had such a transformative experience that changed the trajectory of your life? My three summers spent as a fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center completely changed me and gave me the tools necessary to progress in my career. Associate Director and Dean of Fellows of the Tanglewood Music Center, Michael Nock, joins Sam on t…
 
Episode 21: Have you ever considered a career in one of the premier military bands? Clarinetists are incredibly fortunate that the military bands provide an incredible opportunity for employment for so many of our colleagues. Bass Clarinetist of the US Army Field Band, Sergeant First Class Kevin Walko joins the podcast this week to discuss his expe…
 
Episode 20: Britt Sutton, who is the CEO of ArtMix, a non-profit arts organization in Indianapolis, Indiana, joins Sam on the podcast this week to talk about inclusion and disability advocacy. Learn about the mission of ArtMix and how they are truly redefining disability through the arts. She also happens to be Sam's wife! For more information on A…
 
Episode 19: Dr. Andy Hudson, Professor of Clarinet at University of North Carolina - Greensboro, joins the podcast to talk about being a kind person. As musicians, it is easy to assign value to ourselves and others based on our success and failures in music. Dr. Hudson embraces the idea of separating who we are as human beings from our value as mus…
 
Episode 18: Principal Clarinet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Stephen Williamson joins the podcast today. He gives some great advice on what it takes to play principal clarinet in an orchestra in terms of what you need to do with your equipment and how to manipulate your sound in order to be heard in large concert halls. This is a can't miss ep…
 
Episode 17: Kevin Case, General Counsel for the International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians and labor attorney for many orchestras across the country joins the podcast to talk about the legal side of the orchestra business. Learn about the history of the unionization of orchestras, collective bargaining, and how orchestras are adjustin…
 
Episode 16: Katie McGuinness, Director of Artistic Planning with the Indianapolis Symphony shares the behind the curtains secrets of what it is like to program an entire season for an orchestra. As a former pianist, Katie brings her wealth of musical knowledge and talents to the Indianapolis Symphony and uses it to navigate the challenging and daun…
 
Episode 15: Steve Hanusofski, Clarinetist and Bass Clarinetist with the Phoenix Symphony, joins the podcast today to talk about networking for musicians and clarinetists. Steve has a lot of great advice on this subject and presents a number of strategies to expand your personal and professional networks.…
 
Episode 14: Have you ever wondered how to get called to play with an orchestra? The Principal Clarinetist of the Louisville orchestra joins the podcast to talk about her vast experiences playing with different orchestras. She lays out her thoughts on comportment, attitude, quality practices, and strategies to make sure that you not only get the fir…
 
Episode 13 Functional fitness experts Peter Brasovan and Austin Pancner join Sam on today's episode to discuss how functional fitness can help musicians in a myriad of different ways. Covered in the episode are nutrition, exercise, injuries, rest, mobility, and a myriad of other things. After listening to this, you will be convinced that a holistic…
 
Episode 12 Cally Laughlin joins the podcast this week to talk about content creation on YouTube. You can find her fantastic YouTube channel Cally's Clarinet by visiting http://youtube.com/callyclarinet. Aspiring content creators and music lovers will not want to miss this episode filled with fantastic advice and quality information! As a reminder, …
 
Episode 11 On this episode, we zoom in on the conductor and all of their various roles on and off the stage. Many thanks to Jacob Joyce, Associate Conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for joining us for this episode and sharing his insights. Be sure to check out his podcast, Attention to Detail: A Classical Music Listening Guide at http…
 
The Candid Clarinetist podcast will now be live streaming our podcast recordings on Twitch at http://Twitch.tv/thecandidclarinetist Our first live stream will be September 7th at 8pm EST where I will be joined by Jacob Joyce, Associate Conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Head on over to Twitch and drop us a follow so you know when we …
 
Episode 10: David Gould of the American Ballet Theatre and Vandoren USA joins Sam to talk about his varied career. Clarinet gear heads will not want to miss out on this episode, as David gives us the complete breakdown of Vandoren's line of ligatures, reeds, and mouthpieces. He also talks about his wonderful experiences studying in Paris, how he al…
 
Episode 9: Gregory Raden, Principal Clarinet of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, joins Sam on this episode to discuss how he gets inspiration from all types of music and how he uses that as a way to shape how he approaches clarinet playing. Amongst other topics covered in this episode are his experiences studying with the incomparable Donald Montanar…
 
Episode 8: This week on the podcast, Sam sits down with Michael Wayne, Associate Professor of Clarinet at the Eastman School of music and 2nd Clarinetist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Michael is always about, and always has been about efficiency when it comes to clarinet playing. Hear how he incorporates various warm ups into his daily routine …
 
Episode 7: This week, Sam goes in depth with Francois Kloc, President and CEO of Buffet Crampon USA. Francois details his trials and tribulations on his way to the USA, some travel advice when visiting France, how a deal with his father led him to where he is today, and what new things are in the pipeline for Buffet Crampon. This is a can't miss ep…
 
Here is a snippet of Sam's conversation with Michael Wayne, Associate Professor of Clarinet at the Eastman School of Music and 2nd Clarinetist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Michael has an audition workshop coming up in August. Be sure to check it out at https://summer.esm.rochester.edu/course/professional-orchestral-auditions-clarinet/ The full…
 
Episode 6: Sam is joined this week by Heather and Alcides Rodriguez. Together, this husband and wife run one of the best clarinet selection services in the country. In addition to this, Heather is a fabulous freelance clarinetist and Alcides is the Bass Clarinetist of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. We discuss how the two of them met, what it was l…
 
Episode 5: On this week's episode, Sam is joined by Assistant Principal/2nd/Eflat clarinetist of the Milwaukee Symphony, Benjamin Adler. Ben is the artistic director of a new online clarinet festival called Clarinet Maestro. They discuss all of the wonderful opportunities that Ben is planning for this endeavor, as well as go in depth about clarinet…
 
Episode 4: Our guest for today's episode brings a unique perspective as he transitioned from being Principal Clarinetist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra to Associate Professor of Clarinet at the University of Texas-Austin. Jonathan Gunn shares with us the reasons why he decided to leave the orchestral world, some of his teaching philosophies, …
 
Episode 3: Principal Clarinetist of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Campbell MacDonald joins Sam on today's episode as we build our Mount Rushmore of clarinet sections. Hear about the impact that new music continues to have on Campbell's life, the pedagogical legacy that he has enjoyed, and how foosball keeps him busy and engaged when he is not making …
 
Episode 2: On today's episode, host Sam Rothstein sits down with Detroit Symphony Orchestra Principal Clarinet, Ralph Skiano. Tune in to hear what finally made auditions click for Ralph, how to strike a good work life balance, and what you definitely should NOT do when fishing on the Detroit River.โดย Sam Rothstein
 
Episode 1: Join host Sam Rothstein in a conversation with his teaching mentor and distinguished Chicago Symphony Orchestra Solo Bass Clarinetist, J. Lawrie Bloom. Learn about some of Lawrie's most memorable performances during his CSO tenure, his amazing opportunity to have a concerto written for him in his final CSO season, and what he has planned…
 
This episode covers the following aspects of teaching clarinet - beginning band games: Staying Positive Reasonable Expectations Reading Books & Hanging out with Experienced Directors Evaluation/Feedback Show notes can be found at CrossingTheBreak.com Keywords: Music education, band director, teaching clarinet, teaching music, music ed…
 
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