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Sep 30, 2016
The hosts of International Podcast Day suggested doing something fun, unique, and interesting to promote and spread the word about the world of podcasting. Ideas included talking about your favorite shows, sharing behind the scenes info, recording in a unique way, and more. I took the challenge to heart and decided to record this quirky episode in my car! Join me for my commute for some chat about my favorite other music podcasts and how Clarineat got started.
Sep 28, 2016
In this episode of the podcast we discuss Bret Pimentel's blog and website, his contribution to The Clarinet magazine as a co-writer of the Clarinet Cache article, his doubling career, and his work as a professor at Delta State University. Students, make sure to stick around all the way till the end where Dr. Pimentel shares some valuable audition tips! The giveaway for this episode is a gold-plated D’Addario H ligature with cap. To make sure you’re eligible to win this and other giveaways mentioned on the podcast, please be sure to sign up for our email mailing list at www.clarineat.com. You’ll also receive content updates, special offers, coupons and more right to your inbox. Today’s episode was brought to you by D’Addario woodwinds.
Sep 26, 2016
In this episode of the Clarineat Podcast I speak with Matthias Mueller of the Zurich University of the Arts about his team's amazing bass clarinet called the "SABRe." We discuss some of the amazing things this technology can do, what it means for music and musicians in the future, how it's different from other MIDI controllers and synthesizers, and how Matthias and his team are bringing a commercial version of the product to market. We'll be sure to check back with Matthias in a few months' time to get more details about this amazing product idea as it develops.
Sep 16, 2016
In today's episode I speak with Michael Lowenstern, who is someone that I've been looking forward to sitting down and speak with long before this podcast even began. However, we had so many listener questions submitted for Michael, that I decided to give up the floor entirely to listeners. Learn about Michael's gorgeous all-black bass clarinet, some of his gear and practice recommendations, what he wished he know about being a musician, and much more. For full show notes please see www.clarineat.com.
Sep 1, 2016
In today’s episode I speak with Elena Xanthoudakis, who is the Director of Kroma Editions. We chat about her new CD called "The Captive Nightingale" which features late Romantic music for clarinet, voice, and piano. Elana shares her re-discovery of this music, details about recording the album, and why she's so passionate about chamber music, even though she also juggles a successful opera career.
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