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Join Sean Perrin from the Clarineat Podcast as he takes you on a tour of what’s new and neat for clarinet at this year’s ClarinetFest 2017 in Orlando, Florida. This trip was made possible by the generous support of Backun Musical Services, our sponsor D’Addario Woodwinds, and clarineat listeners via direct donation and support on […]
Sorry, but music careers are’t made in the practice room. You have to network, get gigs, win auditions, manage your finances, and more. These three books, all by past Clarineat Podcast guests, will help you reach your career goals. “Winning the Audition” by Jason Heath Jason Heath is a great bass player, but he’s famous […]
Gold Members: Listen to the hi-resolution, ad-free episode here. In this episode of the Clarineat Podcast I’m joined by the legendary Stanley Drucker, who is of course the former principal clarinetist of The New York Philharmonic Orchestra, a position he held for over 60 years. During his time with the orchestra, Stanley also maintained a […]
Gold Members: Listen to the early-access, ad-free, hi-res audio episode here. In today’s episode of the Clarineat podcast I’m joined by the four girls from “Four Play Clarinet” ensemble. They are a relatively new group that arranges covers of pop tunes, produces exciting music videos, and then releases them to inspire the next generation of […]
Gold Members: Listen to the ad-free, hi-res audio episode here. In this episode of the podcast I speak with Matthias Mueller, who is the co-inventor of a device called the SABRE. The SABRE is a device that connects to your clarinet or saxophone and transfers pressure and motion information to your computer. This allows you […]
Gold Members: Listen to the extended, ad-free, hi-res audio episode here. In this episode of the podcast I am joined by the wonderful Eugene Mondie, who is the acting Principal Clarinet of the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington D.C. He shares his thoughts on why you shouldn’t get “sentimental” about your gear, what kind of […]