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13 - 29 June 2019

 

ChamberFest Cleveland 8th Season - Senior VIP Franklin Cohen and Diana Cohen, Directors

 

Cleveland, Ohio USA

 

              ChamberFest Cleveland, the celebrated summer music festival founded by Franklin Cohen, principal clarinet emeritus of The Cleveland Orchestra, and his daughter, Diana Cohen, concertmaster of The Calgary Philharmonic, returns to the Cleveland scene with Season 8, “Under the Influence.” The festival will take place from June 13 through June 29, 2019, at venues throughout Greater Cleveland, and will include nine concerts plus a special late-night electronic violin performance at The Wine Spot on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights. Concerts kick off on Thursday, June 13 at 7:30 pm at Mixon Hall. ChamberFest will also make stops at Cleveland State University’s Drinko Hall, the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Gartner Auditorium, and Harkness Chapel on the campus of Case Western Reserve University.

                  ChamberFest will welcome back many favorite musicians in addition to Co-founders and Co-artistic Directors, Franklin and Diana Cohen. Yura Lee, Alexi

 Kenney, Oliver Herbert, Peter Wiley, Roman Rabinovich, Julie Albers, Amy Schwartz Moretti, and more will join new artists including Israeli Philharmonic principal

 oboe Dudu Carmel and Finnish pianist Juho Pohjonen. Four up-and-coming players will take part in ChamberFest’s “Rising Stars” program. This season, the Festival considers the factors that inspire and influence composers. Cutting-edge pieces by John Adams, John Cage, and Steve Reich will anchor works by other classical composers. Pre-concert talks will be held prior to most concerts and are open to the public.
Tickets and subscriptions go on sale on April 1 and range in price from $15 to $40. For concert details and additional information, call (216) 471-8887 or visit www.chamberfestcleveland.com​

 

 

 

10 - 15 June 2019

 

Clarinet Academy of America at University of Georgia - VIPs D Ray McClellan and Robert DiLutis, Directors

 

Athens, Georgia USA

 

              Clarinet Academy of America, now in its 9th season, is a collaboration between professors Robert DiLutis  of the University of Maryland and D. Ray McClellan of the University of Georgia.  The 5 days of master classes are hosted annually by both university campuses on a rotating basis. This year, the summer of 2019, the Academy will meet at the beautiful facilities of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music at the  University of Georgia, offering a host of training, master classes and performances.

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

8 - 10 June 2019

 

Michael Rusinek (Solo Clarinetist) and Nancy Goeres (Principal Bassoonist) in the Pittsburgh Symphony Perform World Premiere of  the Double Concerto for Clarinet and Bassoon by Jonathan Leshnoff

 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA

 

Information about the Leshnoff work linked here

 

Review of the Leshnoff Premiere linked here

 

 

7 - 8 June 2019

 

ACCADEMIA MEDITERRANEA DEL CLARINETTO with VIP Wenzel Fuchs - Giovanni Punzi, Director - Vietri on the sea (sa)

 

Salerno, Italy

 

 

 

28 May - 2 June 2019

 

Michigan State University Selmer Summer Clarinet Academy - VIP Guy Yehuda, Director

East Lansing, Michigan USA

 

 

 

 

1 June 2019

Silverstein Global Clarinet Contest Results - BK Son, Director

 

                                  Silverstein has hosted the first online global clarinet contest as our appreciation to all clarinet musicians and students in the world.
Visit www.silversteinworks.com/sgcc/ for more details.
Facebook Group page is opened at https://www.facebook.com/groups/SGCC2019/
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Goal


                               Pursuing a musical career is a strenuous process, there is no shortcut. Musicians practice with endless effort to master each passing note with precision and musicality. It is with this effort that they make the world more beautiful and a better place to live.

                              However, many musicians do not have a fair opportunity to showcase their accomplishments and efforts to the world. Such opportunities are limited for many reasons such as (but not limited to) geographical location, access to an educational system, and financial capacity.
This contest was created to provide amateur musicians, globally, a stage to present their music without such limitations. In doing so, we hope this contest increases the wide-spread interest in clarinet music.
                           Unlike other clarinet competitions, this event is not a skills competition.
We want to recognize any and all musicians, regardless of age, whom possess a great potential of talent for the future.


                         The Silverstein Global Clarinet Contest is our way to show appreciation to those who have been working tirelessly to bring beautiful music into the world.
This event is hosted by many renowned artists from around the world who are leaders in today’s clarinet society. They are willing to share their precious time and effort for the future of clarinet music. Without their volunteered support and participation, this event would not be possible. You can find a full list of the hosting team at https://www.silversteinworks.com/sgcc/sgcc-hosts/
We hope that this contest is exciting and engaging for all participants.

 

             Check this link to see the winners of this Competition

 

 

 

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