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Cornucopia Clarinet Day - DeKalb University - 4 April 09

Ohio University Clarinet Gala - 19 April 09

International Chamber Music Festival - Positano, Italy - 13 - 24 July 09

Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium - 25 - 27 June 09

Toronto Summer Festival - Karl Leister Master Classes - July - August 09

Indiana University Clarinet Workshop - 12 - 16 June 09

Beijing Clarinet Competition - 24 April - 4 May 09

Nielsen International Competition - May 09

Rico Composition Competition for Boston 09

Buffet Clarinet Academy - 3 - 8 August 09

ClarinetFest - Porto, Portugal - 10 - 14 August 09

Millersville PA Single Reed Symposium - 3 April 09

Hugo Kauder Competition - 11 - 12 September 09

Clarinetopia - SUNY Stoney Brook - 18 - 21 June 09

Clarimania - Woctaw, Poland - 23 -25 April 09

Todi Music Summer Program - Michigan State University in Italy - 20 May -13 June 09

Domaine Forget Music Festival - 14 - 28 June 09

Deutscge Klarinetten Chor Festival - Germany - 9 - 10 May 09

Clarimonia - Workshop - Tokyo, Japan - 24 - 28 August 09

Mendellsohn BiCentennial Concert - 1 May 09

Clarinet & Klezmer in the Galillee Festival with Giora Feidman - 18 -25 August 09

Ricardo Morales Master Class - Northeast Illinois University - 16 May 09

To All who care for the ARTS!
See my e-mail below and the article from the NY Times!
The Keren paid for many of my students and it also paid for my performances in Japan in 2005. Just last week I gave back by also giving them some money. Please tell your friends to donate! It is so important and the only fair and professional competitions that Israel has.
Here is the e-mail of the person in charge of donations. Guy Shaulski You can ask him any questions. You can also ear-mark it for  clarinet scholarships. Please send to anyone who cares about Israel and the Arts! You can mention my name if you would like. If you have been a recipient , now is your turn to give back so that the Keren can help others!
Eva Wasserman-Margolis

Madoff Loss Hits Art Aid for Young in Israel

Published: May 20, 2009
TEL AVIV — For six months Illay Dahan had been putting in several hours a day on his cello, preparing a program of works by Bach, Fauré, Bruch and Paul Ben-Haim, an Israeli composer. Now the pressure was on, and Illay, an outgoing 12-year-old with floppy hair and glasses, was struggling to memorize the pieces.
Rina Castelnuovo for The New York Times
Micha Finkelstein, 19, a cellist in the army who lives in Tekoa, a West Bank settlement, is among those applying to the America-Israel Cultural Foundation.
Rina Castelnuovo for The New York Times
Illay Dahan, 12, is one of the promising young applicants for scholarships given by the foundation.

He was preparing for Israel’s annual musical ritual, which began on Sunday, when the first of hundreds of musicians from around the country started descending on the city to audition for scholarships given by the America-Israel Cultural Foundation.

Small and little known outside Israel, the foundation has enormous influence there and in classical music worldwide. Receiving one of its scholarships for lessons, conservatory tuition or study abroad is an essential stamp of approval for Israeli musicians, and the foundation counts renowned musicians like Daniel BarenboimItzhak PerlmanPinchas ZukermanGil Shaham and Yefim Bronfman as recipients when they were students. But this year, disaster looms. The foundation’s endowment of about $14 million was in the hands of Bernard L. Madoff and evaporated in his Ponzi scheme. Like other victims of the fraud the foundation received statements showing false earnings tied to the stock market, said David Homan, the foundation’s New York-based executive director.

The foundation supports dance and the visual arts as well as music, and it expects to give around 350 scholarships next year, down from about 800. The usual dozen or so new foreign scholarships will not be offered. That means fewer Israelis at the Juilliard School and other major international conservatories. The foundation runs a major music competition, which is also threatened.

All told, the foundation, established in 1939 by New York Jews who wanted to foster culture in the land that would become the state of Israel, used to give out about $2 million a year. The scholarship program is unabashedly aimed at casting Israel in a positive light. “A.I.C.F. works to create a broader understanding of Israel by facilitating opportunities to directly experience Israel’s culture,” its newsletter reads.

The foundation was one of many Jewish organizations hit hard by the Madoff scandal. The financial debacle has raised the prospect that it could shut down.

“I just can’t believe it will happen, or that people will let it happen,” said Orit Naor, its executive director in Israel.

So far about $1 million in emergency money has been raised from individuals, corporations and foundations, as well as the national lottery, to ensure that this year’s recipients are given their grants and maintain a slimmed-down program next fall. To save money the foundation dismissed most of its staff in its Tel Aviv and New York offices. A gala fund-raiser is planned for Carnegie Hall in January to celebrate the foundation’s 70th anniversary, and many of the big-name recipients will perform.

“We’re an organization looking to rebuild from a major catastrophe,” Mr. Homan said. “I have every hope that we’re going to survive.”

The loss has already meant hardship for Micha Finkelstein, 19, a cellist in the army who lives in Tekoa, a West Bank settlement. His scholarship, for lessons, was cut in half. His parents made up the difference. It’s hard to overestimate the importance of the scholarships here. They serve as credentials to be admitted to other music programs around the country. Some students choose their teachers based on the number of past scholarship winners they have taught. Some want to audition even knowing that there is no chance of a scholarship.

Mr. Bronfman, a pianist and frequent soloist with the world’s major orchestras, said the foundation’s support changed his life. “I wouldn’t have been able to continue my education,” he said. “It was as simple as that. We came from Russia with no money, no means to survive. It did a world of difference.”

Two-thirds of the players in the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra are foundation veterans, Ms. Naor said. Others have received grants to buy their instruments.

In Israel, an A.I.C.F. scholarship is commonly referred to as a keren, Hebrew for foundation. Young players use the term as in, When is your keren? Did you get a keren? How much is your keren?

Not winning a foundation scholarship can be devastating to some young musicians, said Ms. Naor, a former professional flutist and recipient. “When you don’t give a scholarship, it can cause them to stop,” she added.

The foundation also lends valuable violins and cellos. Guy Braunstein, a principal violinist of the Berlin Philharmonic and keren recipient, played his audition for the orchestra on a foundation Guadagnini.

Illay received his first keren two years ago, and it paid half of his precollege tuition at the Israel Conservatory of Music in Tel Aviv. Payments were stopped in the spring, said his mother, Ruth Ronen-Dahan, and the family was not even sure there would be auditions this year.

But on Monday, Illay went off to play for the jury. “It went real good,” he said by telephone. “I played with no mistakes, and it was really good.” The foundation did not say exactly when he would learn the results.

When asked, during a visit to his home here last month, what rejection would mean, he put on a brave face. “It will not break me,” he said.

Ms. Ronen-Dahan, a philosophy professor at Tel Aviv University, knew exactly the keren’s importance.

“It marks the fact that he’s entered the world of music officially,” she said. “It also creates an atmosphere that you are in the international game.”

West Virginia Symphony  -  Charleston, West Virginia


Newsflash  -  Larry Combs on Solo tour with the West Virginia Symphony - 2 - 5 April 2009


Grant Cooper, Music Director

Native WestLarry Combs WVSO Clarinetist Virginian Larry Combs on Tour with WVSO

Clarinetist and WV native Larry Combs is the featured guest artist on tour with the WVSO this week.  Combs is recently retired from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He began his career as a 16-year old with the Charleston Symphony.

While in Charleston on Saturday afternoon, Combs will present a master class at West Virginia State University in the Davis Fine Arts Building at the Institute, WV campus.  Young clarinetists are encouraged to attend; the public is invited as well.  Class will run from 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. and will feature clarinet students from around WV and KY.

For more information about Larry Combs, read his biography here. 

Repertoire for the tour:
Light Cavalry Overture by Franz von Suppe;

Clarinet Concerto No. 1 Op 73 by von Weber;

 Symphony No. 8 by Antonin Dvorak

Tour Appearances (please see Related Links for specific venue and ticket info):

Thursday, April 2, 7:30 p.m. in Elkins, WV at Davis and Elkins College 
Friday, April 3, 7:30 p.m. in Princeton, WV at the Chuck Mathena Center
Saturday, April 4, 7:30 p.m. in Charleston, WV at Bible Center Church (new campus)
Sunday, April 5, 3:00 p.m. in Lewisburg, WV


Sponsored by the WV Symphony Orchestra and hosted by West Virginia State University, this master class is offered at no charge to the performers or observers, and is open to the public.   Attached is the form for Master Class registration. 

 WHAT:  Clarinet Master Class by Larry Combs (recently retired from the Chicago Symphony)

 WHEN:  Saturday, April 4, 2009,  1:30-3:30 p.m.

 WHERE: West Virginia State University, Davis Fine Arts Theater, Institute, WV


HOW:  Register online at  Performers will be notified of their acceptance on or before March 27.

Observers are encouraged, but not required to register.  Applications are currently being accepted for performers.

TICKETS:  Each master class performer will receive two complimentary tickets to the Saturday evening Spring Tour concert featuring Larry Combs and the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra at Bible Center Church, Charleston, WV. Concert begins at 7:30 p.m.

TO PURCHASE TICKETS:  All tickets are General Admission at $10 per ticket and are available either at the Oakhurst or Southridge campuses of Bible Center Church or by calling at (304)346-0431;  tickets can be reserved for pick up the evening of the concert.

LARRY COMBS - Solo Clarinetist Emeritus, Chicago Symphony Orchestra

LARRY COMBS joined the clarinet section of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1974 and was appointed its Principal Clarinet by Sir Georg Solti in 1978. Born in Charleston, West Virginia, Combs began clarinet study at the age of ten and by age thirteen was performing regularly with the Charleston Symphony, becoming that orchestra's first clarinetist at age sixteen. His teenage years provided a variety of performing opportunities; circus bands, county fairs, area dance bands, numerous jazz sessions, and even an appearance on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour on network television with his high school clarinet quintet. (The group was runner-up to a one-legged tap dancer!)

          Summers at the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Michigan, convinced Combs to consider music as a career, and in the fall of 1957, he entered the Eastman School of Music becoming a pupil of Stanley Hasty. Eastman provided a wealth of experiences not the least of which was studies with Hasty and the opportunity to hear him perform the great orchestral works each week in the Rochester Philharmonic.

         After graduation, Combs joined the New Orleans Philharmonic as Bass Clarinet and soon after received a draft notice for military service. Three years of military duty were spent with the U.S. Military Academy Band at West Point, which was situated near enough to New York to allow for bi-weekly study with Leon Russianoff. After leaving the Army, Combs rejoined the New Orleans Philharmonic as Solo Clarinet and in 1968, became Principal of the Montreal Symphony. 

         In his years as a members of the Chicago Symphony, Combs has made numerous solo appearances with the orchestra in works of Copland, Mozart, Brahms-Berio, Debussy, and  Corigliano and has performed under the direction of  Solti, Barenboim, Abbado, Giulini, Boulez, Levine, Bernstein, Leinsdorf and many others.  He also has been featured many times on CSO tour concerts performing Morton Gould's arrangement of "Chicago" for clarinet and orchestra. An avid chamber musician, Combs is a founding member of the Chicago Chamber Musicians, and he has appeared with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and the Smithsonian Chamber Ensemble. His notable chamber music experiences include joining then CSO Music Director Daniel Barenboim and cellist Yo-Yo Ma in Brahms' Trio in A Minor at Orchestra Hall in 1996 and performances at the Ravinia Festival with former Music Director Christoph Eschenbach.

          In 2002, he received his second Grammy Award for his recording of Richard Strauss' Duett-Concertino with CSO Principal Bassoon David McGill and Daniel Barenboim conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. His recent recording of music for winds and strings by Mozart with the Chicago Chamber Musicians was nominated for a 2006 Grammy Award. Combs has also recorded as soloist and chamber musician on the Erato, Sony, Cedille, Crystal and Summit labels.

          In June 2008, Combs retired from the orchestra, receiving the CSO’s prestigious Theodore Thomas Medallion for Distinguished Service. This award was named after the founder and first music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and is awarded to all retiring members of the Orchestra.

          Combs is currently Professor Clarinet at the De Paul University School of Music, and is married to Gail Williams, Professor of Horn at Northwestern University School of Music.  Combs’ schedule in 2009 includes appearances in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Tokyo, Helsinki, Kracow, and Stockholm.  Combs will perform as soloist with the West Virginia Symphony in April 2009 on the orchestra’s spring tour. In the Charleston area, he will conduct a master class at West Virginia State University’s Davis Hall at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 4.




Gorby's Music

214 Seventh Ave

South Charleston, West Virginia




Millersville University (Pennsylvania) 4th Annual Single Reed Symposium - 3 April, 2009

Dr Christie Banks, Director

Sunday April 5th  2009 -  Selmer Clarinet, Saxophone and Brass Day,

Victoria Soames Samek, Director



In association with Clarinet, Saxophone and Brass Classics
The Wind, Brass and Percussion Departmentof the Guildhall School of Music & Drama
The Selmer Clarinet, Saxophone and Brass Day

Sunday April 5th  2009
Sponsors include Selmer (Paris), Vincent Bach International and Rico.

This action-packed day of concerts, master-classes and workshops at one of the world's leading conservatoires is a must for everyone who loves playing and socialising with other like-minded musicians.

The day will conclude with a gala concert given by musicians from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama culminating in a massed performance of all the wind and brass participants on the course. A spectacular sound and not one to be missed!

With its exceptional performance spaces, along with the opportunity to browse amongst the trade stands, the day presents a wonderful opportunity to meet and work with some of the finest exponents of their instruments. Everyone is welcome and the day is ideal for players of all ages and abilities.

Programme to include:

  • Recitals and master-classes given by international guest artists
  • Performances by artistic directors Victoria Soames Samek and Paul Archibald
  • Interactive Jazz workshop and World Music presentation
  • Grand finale featuring all participants with musicians from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama
  • Extensive trade stands for wind and brass together with music and CDs all offering special discounts for the day

Order your tickets online now! Use the buttons below to order your tickets online. This is done via PayPal, and is completely secure. We do not store your credit card information. Ticket details will be sent to you via email as soon as possible after your order has been confirmed. As part of the ordering process you will be directed to the PayPal website. Please note that our PayPal account is in the name of ReedPlay.

Individual ticket £10

Ticket Type


Block booking of 5 tickets or more: £8 (per ticket)

Family ticket: 1 parent and up to four children: £15

Students or under 18’s: £5



Victoria Soames Samek is one of the most exciting and versatile clarinettists playing in the UK today. Born of Czech and Hungarian parents, she performs internationally in duo recitals, in numerous chamber ensembles and has commissioned many works including a bass clarinet concerto by Thea Musgrave which she premiered with The City of London Sinfonia and subsequently recorded with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Victoria is professor of clarinet at Trinity College, London, The Guildhall School of Music & Drama Juniors and Goldsmiths College and is artistic director of Clarinet and Saxophone Classics. Victoria is an official endorsee for Selmer (Paris) clarinets and Rico reeds.

Paul Archibald: During his professional career Paul has been a principal player in the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, London Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players and the Britten Sinfonia. He was also a member of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble and a founder member of his own group, English Brass. He has performed on many film scores including Batman, Shrek and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and is editor of two series of brass music for Brass Wind Publications. He is currently Head of Wind, Brass & Percussion at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and Artistic Director of Brass Classics.

Anthony Pike is principal clarinet of The English Chamber Orchestra and has performed concertos with them throughout the world. He also appears as guest principal with many other orchestras. Chamber music collaborators have included Christian Zacharias, the Medici Quartet and the Joachim Trio. He will perform a programme from the central clarinet repertoire and give a master-class in solo and orchestral playing.

Phillipe Schartz is Principal Trumpet of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales and his solo career includes many recitals and concertos all over Europe as well as four solo CD recordings. In addition, Philippe has broadcast on numerous radio and TV stations including the BBC. Philippe is a professor at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and has given many masterclasses and educational workshops thoughout the world.

Saxology enjoying their 20th Anniversary will be presenting a programme of quartets reflecting the diversity of repertoire for this ensemble.

Nick Etheridge: On completion of his studies at Trinity College of Music, London, Nick was appointed Principal Tuba in the Athens State Orchestra, Greece. He now freelances and in the course of his travels has worked with orchestras in Beijing, Shanghai, Singapore, South Africa, Istanbul, and the Philharmonia der Nationen, based in Germany with whom he has performed over one thousand concerts in 30 countries. Nick is a member of the famous Desford Colliery Brass Band and has recently released his first solo CD as part of his ‘Tubagility’ project.

Jeffery Wilson: Is one of the country’s foremost composers, saxophone players and educators in music and presents The World Music Experience in an entertaining and engaging workshop.

Tom Rainer: Tom studied at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and was appointed Co Principal Trumpet in the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland in 1997. He now freelances in and around London and is a member of the prestigious chamber orchestra, Britten Sinfonia and is Principal Trumpet with the London Concert Orchestra. He has performed with all the major London orchestras and is a committed brass teacher at Beechwood Park School, Herts.

Sarah Watts exponent and specialist on bass clarinet, has recently released her first CD in the Young Artists Series on Clarinet Classics. She presents a recital and workshop celebrating the diversity of the bass clarinet and its repertoire.


Musikmesse Frankfurt Messe Frankfurt
Musikmesse Frankfurt   Musikmesse Frankfurt
International trade fair for musical instruments, music softw
are and computer hardware, sheet music and accessories

Next Musikmesse in Frankfurt am Main will be held from
1 to 4 April 2009


Ohio University


Dr Rebecca Rischen, Director

23 - 25 April, 2009 - Wroctaw, Poland

24 April - 6 May 2009

Beijing International Clarinet Competition - China

       The 1st International Clarinet Competition, as part of a larger Competition engaging other instruments including string quartets, approved by the Chinese Ministry of Culture, and including an Artist Jury of 13 Internationally respected musicians and Educators, will convene on the dates 24 April through 6 May.  Details regarding all aspects regarding eligibility, rules governing this competition, required repertoire, and prizes that include cash incentive awards, touring in China with Orchestra, CD Productions of winning contestants, and broad International recognitions.  Of interest to our WKA members and the World Clarinet Community is that 4 judges on the Beijing Competition are WKA VIP's-  Charles Neidich, Juilliard Professor and renowned International Soloist, Evegny Petrov, Professor at the Moscow Conservatory, Wenzel Fuchs, Solo Clarinetist in the Berlin Philharmonic, and Phillippe Cuper, Solo Clarinetist and International Soloist from the Paris Opera.


Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival  

April 24 & 25, 2009
Missoula, Montana

Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival

Featured Guests





  • Chuck Florence


Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival
Buddy DeFranco

"I appreciate what Lance Boyd and the students at the U of M as well as others in the Missoula community have done to foster jazz over the last many years. It’s an excellent program and an outstanding festival. I’m pleased to have this opportunity of a long-term relationship with The University of Montana.”


- Buddy DeFranco


“I like the personal touch. The non-competitive atmosphere allows each band to be evaluated on its own merits....the clinicians are able to address our specific issues in a positive and productive manner.”


-John Combs,
Hellgate High School Band Director


For more information contact:


Lance R. Boyd
Department of Music
The University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812-7992


Phone: (406) 243-5071 or
(406) 243-6880




Festival Format

Download application

Places to Stay in Missoula


The Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival is a non-competitive, educational event. High school and college jazz bands perform every 30 minutes throughout both days and receive written comments from the guest clinicians. Immediately following its performance, each band will have an opportunity to work for 30 minutes with one of the clinicians in another location.


It is possible to receive a numerical rating upon request. Also, Outstanding Soloist Awards will be given to deserving soloists from the daytime performances. They will be presented during the Saturday night concert. This adds an element of excitement to the festivities and recognizes superior individual achievement without creating a competitive atmosphere.


Each group registration fee of $175 includes the adjudication, an audio tape of the performance and access to clinics and the daytime performances. Evening concert reserve tickets can be purchased separately. Information about a special discount for concert tickets will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration form.


The deadline for registration is March 27, 2009. To participate please fill out the attached registration form and return to: Lance Boyd, Music Department, The University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812. For further festival information call the UM Music Department at (406) 243-6880 or the UM Jazz Program at (406) 243-5071.

Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival




FRIDAY, April 24


8:00 am - 5:00 pm
College, high school and junior high school jazz band performances

1:00 pm
CLINIC: With guest artists David Samuels and Randy Sandke.

7:30 pm
CONCERT: featuring Buddy DeFranco, David Samuels, Randy Sandke, Jazz Festival Trio, and UM Jazz Band I



SATURDAY, April 25


8:00 am - 5:00 pm
College, high school and Junior high school jazz band performances

1:00 pm
CLINIC: With guest artists Benny Golson and Steve Smith.

7:30 pm
CONCERT: featuring Buddy DeFranco, Benny Golson, Steve Smith, Jazz Festival Trio, and UM Jazz Band I



All jazz festival events are held in the University Theatre


Reserved tickets for the evening concerts can be purchased at the GrizTix, the UC Box Office, Adams Center ticket office or Worden’s Market. Second night discount price available. For more ticket information call 1-888-MONTANA. All seats are reserved.

Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival

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View pictures from the 2008 Festival

Give a gift to support the Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival


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Thelema Trio ~ 2 mei 2009


Saturday 2 May at 8pm - Maene Concertzaal
Argonnenstraat 37, 1060 Brussels - Belgium.
Tickets: 10 €

Info & booking:
Thelema Trio ~ second CD 
We are proud to announce that our new CD 'Neither From Nor Towards . . .' will be released on the prestigious American label Innova Records.
The international release is planned for this summer. We'll keep you posted!
Marco Antonio Mazzini ~ from Carnegie Hall, New York back to Belgium
The YouTube Symphony Orchestra made its historical debut at Carnegie Hall on April 15 2009.
Clarinetist Marco Antonio Mazzini shares his experience, interviews (BBC London and New York Times) and videos in this page.
Peter Verdonck ~ Saxonly Festival
From 15 till 18 April Peter has given concerts, workshops and organistary contribution to the first edition of the prestigious SaxOnly festival in DeSingel in Antwerp, Belgium.
There he worked together with the Belgian composer Stefan Prins and teacher of saxophone of the Antwerp Conservatory and international soliost Hans de Jong.
Hope to see you soon?


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Northeastern Illinois University


Sat., May 16, 2009


Northeastern Illinois University

Rehearsal Room
Fine Arts Building

Tickets: $10 at the door
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Limited availability

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Opportunity to try Leblanc clarinets immediately following master class!

Northeastern Illinois University-Fine Arts Building, 3701 W. Bryn Mawr, Chicago 60625

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Chicago Clarinet Ensemble

conducted by John Bruce Yeh
Associate Solo Clarinetist / Eb Clarinetist in Chicago Symphony


Monday, May 18, 2009 at 7:30 p.m.
Northeastern Illinois University Auditorium
3701 W. Bryn Mawr Ave.
Free Parking in Lot F


Steve Cohen, clarinet - Professor at Northwestern University
John Hagstrom, trumpet



Stolzel Concerto in D for Trumpet
John Hagstrom with the CCE

Trumpeter's Lullaby by Leroy Anderson
John Hagstrom with the CCE

Debussy String Quartet
for Clarinet Sextet

Rigoletto Fantasy for Clarinet by Verdi/Bassi
Steve Cohen with the CCE

So It Goes with Rose by
Leo Schwartz
Clarinet Septet


Tickets: $10 general, $5 students


May 20 - June 13, 2009




4th Carl Nielsen International Clarinet Competition

The Next Clarinet Competition will be held in Odense, Denmark May 30 - June 9, 2009.

Information about this competition is available from this website.

Rules for the Competition


Application procedure

Tips for applicants

Online registration

Please note that no printed brochure or application form will appear in connection with this competition.

Modified on October 23, 2008

Claus Bergs Gade 9
DK-5000 Odense C
Tel.: +45 66 12 00 57
Fax: +45 65 91 00 47


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