Now displaying: February, 2016
Feb 27, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat.com podcast, host Sean Perrin speaks with the emerging artist and composer Eric Salazar about composition, improvisation, his new album, the business of music, and his involvement with Classical Music Indy and the International Clarinet Association's new project called "BuzzReed."
Feb 13, 2016
Host Sean Perrin chats with David Blumberg, who has diverse musical experience as a performer, instructor, clinician, and music producer. He’s also an artist for Backun Musical Services and D’addario woodwinds. They discuss some of his career highlights including working on the John Williams clarinet concerto recordings, his “mytempo” music software, his involvement with the now defunct MP3.com startup in the late 1990s, his Skype teaching career and much more.
Feb 13, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat podcast, host Sean Perrin talks with Kathryn Ladano, who is an instructor of bass clarinet at the University of Waterloo, and teaches improvisation at Sir Wilfred Laurier University. They delve into her work as an improviser, discuss her latest records, and discuss her passion for having the bass clarinet recognized as a solo instrument. This episode's giveaway is a signed copy of each of her CDs: "Open" and "...Listen."
Feb 1, 2016
Host Sean Perrin talks with special guest Lori Freedman. They discuss her upcoming Virtuosity of Excess tour (which heads to Toronto, Brooklyn, Calgary, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Montreal and Brandon), the aesthetics of music, improvisation, composing, performing, music teaching and education, and more. Win a copy of her latest CD "Bridge" and a tour T-shirt by following Clarineat on social media!
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