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January 2014 Hot News

New Information coming soon on all the below events



   Stephan Vermeersch - Renowned Belgian Clarinetist, Bass Clarinetist, Saxophonist, composer, and Innovative Proponent of New Music; Faculty at the Academy of Art in Knokke-Heist, Belgium - Zeeuwse Muziekschool in the Netherlands - worldwide master classes, workshops and clinics; President of the European Clarinet Association - ECA

   Mattias Mueller - International Soloist, Composer, Professor at Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland; Past President of the European Clarinet Association - ECA

    Eddy Vanoosthuyse - International Soloist and Pedagogue; Professor at Ghent Conservatory in Belgium; Director of the Belgian Clarinet Competitions

22 January 2014

January European Clarinet Association - ECA  Newsletter


       Above in the Gallery are four pages of this recently initiated and developed Organization serving the European Clarinet Community and should be of vital interest to all players and students Internationally.  Officers of this Association comprise some of the finest performers and pedagogues who have a solid European approach contribution to make for all to benefit.  The past two Presidents of this organization, and the Director of the last 3 Festivals are WKA Officer VIP's - Eddy Vanoosthuyse, Matthias Mueller, and now President Stephan Vermeersch.  Of interest in December 2014, the 4th Clarinet Congress will be held in Katowice, Poland - 11 - 13th.




16 January 2014

Venner Clarinet Choir performs at the Akron (Ohio) Art Gallery , with Soloist Carl Topilow, renowned Clarinetist and Conductor, and Director of Orchestral Studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM), and Ensemble conducted by Theodore Johnson, retired 2nd Clarinetist in The Cleveland Orchestra

Akron, Ohio USA



14 January 2014

VIP Charles Neidich Performs Recital with Period Clarinets at Morse Recital Hall at Juilliard School

New York City USA



13 January 2014

Shostakovich for the Children of Syria Benefit Concert at Carnegie Hall  - from VIP Kinan Azmeh - honored to be opening the concert with his composition " a sad morning, every morning" which was followed by Shostakovich's great 7th Symphony - Proceeds benefit Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières humanitarian programs for Syria.

New York City USA



5 January 2014

8th Annual  Effortless Recital with Senior VIP Richard Nunemaker and Studio at University of St. Thomas,  with World Premieres 

Houston, Texas USA





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