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MidWest ClariFest - Univ of Nebraska - Oct 2010

Mercadante Clarinet Competition - Bari, Italy - 14 -17 October 2010

Enesco Clarinet Contest - Romania - 4 - 7 November 2010

Rasaay Bass Clarinet Course - Scotland - 11 - 15 April 2011

Vandoren/Buffet Clarinet Ensemble Festival - Los Angeles, CA - 6 - 7 Nov 10

Dima Int Competition - Romania - 7 -11 February 2011

ClarinetFest 2011 - CalState University California - 3 - 7 August

Oklahoma Clarinet Symposium - Cancelled

Boston Conservatory Clarinet Day - 17 October 2010

Cornucopia - Northern Illinois University - 29 January 2011

Robert Spring Contemporary Music Recital - Arizona State University - 19 September 2010

Vandoren Fall Newsletter

Vandoren Fall continued Newsletter

Eric Mandat - Nielsen Concerto with Southern Illinois Symphony - 5 Oct 2010

1st Lima, Peru Clarinert Festival - 15 -20 November 2010

Michigan State University 7th Clarinet Spectacular - 9 - 10 October 2010

French Clarinette Competition - 28 November 2010 - Amiens, France

Vandoren Paris Master Class with Stanley Drucker - 26 October 2010

Vandoren Solo Competition - 1 November 2010 Deadline

Chicago Clarinet Collaboration - 6 November 2010

Richard Nunemaker and Chamber Ensemble concert- Houston, Texas 14 November 2010

Lisbon Clarinet Competition - 30 Apr - 5 May 2011

Ohio University Clarinet Gala - 9 April 2011

Claremont Clarinet Festival - California - 13 - 18 June 2011


Autumn (September - November) Newsletter 2010


ALERT:  Memorial Service held to honor the life of recently passed away Professor David Etheridge of the University of Oklahoma Sunday, 12 September at the Catlett Music Center,

  • Please join us for a memorial service to celebrate David’s life.  We will gather together on Sunday, September 12  at 1:30 in Sharp Hall in Catlett Music Center on the University of Oklahoma campus.  There will be a reception immediately following the service in Gothic Hall.  We hope you can attend.


    If you would like to speak a few words of remembrance at the memorial service or would like someone to read a brief item you have prepared, please contact Cheryl at or 405-360-2749.


    Photographs are welcome and will be displayed at the service.  Please send to Cheryl at 345 Stafford Square, Norman, OK 73072


    Present and past clarinet students are invited to play in the Clarinet Choir for the service.  Please contact Christina Giacona and she will send you music and include the rehearsal times.  We realize many of you are out of town so

    a rehearsal will be planned either Sunday morning or perhaps Saturday if you are able to arrive by then.  Her e-mail is


    If you are coming from out of town I would like to suggest that you make hotel  reservations as soon as possible as there is an O.U. football game on the 11th and the hotels fill quickly.  I have reserved 7 doubles and 3 kings at La Quinta under Etheridge Memorial if you wish to use these 405-570-4000.


    In lieu of flowers, gifts in Dave’s memory may be sent to The David Etheridge Clarinet Scholarship at the OU Foundation, 100 Timberdell Road, Norman, OK 73019



    2009-2010 Concert SeasonSupport the Eroica EnsembleAbout the Eroica Ensemble
    2010-2011 Season Schedule

    Saturday, September 11, 2010, 7:30PM
    First Congregational Church
    1000 S. Cooper St.
    Memphis, Tennessee

    Sunday, September 12, 2010, 3:00PM
    Lambuth University
    Womack Memorial Chapel
    Jackson, Tennessee
    Mozart: Overture to The Marriage of Figaro

    Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A Major
      Stanley Drucker, clarinet

    Weber: Concertino in E-flat Major
      Stanley Drucker, clarinet

    Haydn: Symphony No. 104 in D Major

    We will soon be announcing the rest of our 2010-2011 season. Serena Benedetti, Sanford Allen, and Paul Roby will be returning as guest artists and we are pleased to welcome for the first time Saeka Matsuyama, winner of the Sendai International Violin Competition, and Cyprien Katsaris, international piano soloist.

    - Free admission to all concerts -
    The public is cordially invited to attend.



    Monday 13 September — 8 pm - Montclair State University New Jersey


    The Cali School of Music features concerts by students, faculty, alumni and visiting artists.

    Admission is free and open to the public in Chapin Hall, Leshowitz Recital Hall







  A Faculty Chamber Recital - 
Cali School faculty member, pianist Ron Levy, performs with guest artists Stanley Drucker (clarinet) and Anne Kim (cello). Works by Schumann (Fantasiestücke); Chopin (Cello Sonata); Brahms (Trio)
Leshowitz Recital Hall

19 September 2010 - 2 PM

East Stroudsburg University, Pennsylvania

Musicians of the NY Philharmonic at ESU

Stanley Drucker, principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic for 60 years, returns to East Stroudsburg University's Carter Chamber Music Series for the first concert of the 2010-2011 season.

Musicians of the New York Philharmonic will perform at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Cecilia S. Cohen Recital Hall of East Stroudsburg University's Fine and Performing Arts Center, Normal and Marguerite streets, East Stroudsburg.

A reception for the artists, sponsored by the Office of the University Provost, will follow the program.

Joining Drucker will be three of his colleagues from the Philharmonic, L. William Kuyper, French horn; Fiona Simon, violin; and Qiang Tu, violoncello. The concert will also feature Robert Miller, piano, distinguished professor of music at ESU and artistic director of the series.

The program includes the spirited Beethoven "Trio for Piano, Clarinet and Violoncello, Op. 11" and the Brahms "Trio for Piano, Violin and Horn, Op. 40," a Romantic masterpiece. The program concludes with the "Quintet for Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Cello and Piano" (1898) by Vaughan Williams. Only published in 2002, this work contains lush Romantic writing with an English sense of humor and charm.

General admission to the concert is $20, $10 for students 18 and under, and $5 for ESU students with current ID.

Reservations, which are held until five minutes before the concert, are available by calling 570-422-3483, ext. 2.



1 - 3 Oktober 2010



7. Klarinetten-Symposium in Saarbrücken, Germany

Das nächste Symposium der Deutschen Klarinetten-Gesellschaft findet statt vom
1. bis 3. Oktober 2010 in der Musikhochschule Saarbrücken.

Vorläufiger Zeitplan (Stand 26.7.2010)

Freitag, 1. Oktober

ab 12.00 Uhr

14.00 - 15.00 Uhr
Es spielen Studierende der Klasse Prof. Johannes GMEINDER

Prof. Thomas DUIS, Rektor der Hochschule für Musik Saar

Ulrich MEHLHART, 1. Vorsitzender der Deutschen Klarinetten-Gesellschaft

15.00 - 16.00 Uhr
Vortrag: Iwan Müller

16.00 - 17.00 Uhr
Allan WARE
Konzert (Fagott, Klarinette, Klavier)

17.00 - 18.00 Uhr
Matthias HÖFER
Konzert: Neue Literatur für Bassetthorn

18.00 - 19.00 Uhr
Probe des Klarinettenchors

20.15 Uhr
Claudio PUNTIN

Samstag, 2. Oktober

9.00 - 10.30 Uhr
Mitgliederversammlung der Deutschen Klarinetten-Gesellschaft

10.30 - 11.30 Uhr
Allan WARE
Systematik der klarinettistischen Grifftechnik (Fingerübungen von Jost Michaels)

11.30 - 12.30 Uhr
Sebastian PESCHKE
Workshop: „Über die Kraft der Gedanken beim Vorspielen und Unterrichten" Durch Coaching Leistungsblockaden lösen.

12.30 - 13.30 Uhr
Mundstück-Klinik (Abstimmen und Spielbarmachen von Mundstücken)

13.30 - 14.30 Uhr

14.30 - 15.30 Uhr
Öffentliche Unterrichtsstunde

15.45 - 16.45 Uhr
Jörg LIESER u.a.
Konzert der Klarinettengruppen der Saarbrücker Orchester

17.00 - 18.00 Uhr
Helmut EISEL

18.00 - 19.00 Uhr
Probe Klarinettenchor

20.00 Uhr
Stark Klarinetten-Quartett (Antonio FRAIOLI)

Sonntag, 3. Oktober

9.00 - 10.00 Uhr
Probe Klarinettenchor

10.00 - 10.30 Uhr
Stockhausen: „Treue". Trio für Es-Klarinette, Bassetthorn und Baßklarinette

10.45 - 11.45 Uhr
Konzert des Bärmann-Trios
Sven van der KUIP (Klarinette), Ulrich BÜSING (Bassetthorn), John Noel ATTARD (Klavier)

12.00 Uhr
Konzert des Klarinettenchors der Gesellschaft, Leitung: Christof HILGER

14.00 Uhr

Bisherige Symposien der Deutschen Klarinetten-Gesellschaft








  5 October 2010 - 7:30 PM      
Shryock Auditorium
Carbondale, IL
Eric Mandat, Clarinet Soloist - Nielsen Clarinet Concerto Op 57

The Southern Illinois Symphony Orchestra, under Music Director, Edward Benyas, opens its 2010-11 season with Georg Frederic Handel’s Music for Royal Fireworks. The concert concludes with Tchaikovsky’s glorious Fifth Symphony. Also on the program, SIUC Professor of Clarinet and Distinguished Scholar, Eric Mandat, performs the dazzling Clarinet Concerto by the Danish composer, Carl Nielsen.

Shryock Auditorium
Carbondale, IL


OCTOBER 9-10, 2010


Dr Caroline Hartig and Dr Justin O'Dell, Directors



14 - 17 October -

Bari, Italy,  Antonio Tinelli, Director

16 - 17 October 2010

Sean Osborn, Director 



Clarinettissimo X will be on Saturday and Sunday, October 16th and 17th from 12:00- 9 PM at The University of Washington School of Music. This year, we have master classes, equipment dealers, a clarinet choir, an improvisation workshop, and performances. This year's special guest is Dan Gilbert. As before, the event remains FREE to the public.

Preliminary Schedule of Events (subject to change)

Saturday, October 16

12 noon - Vendors open - come try clarinets, mouthpieces, barrels. Browse accessories and music.
1pm - Sean Osborn master class - email Sean Osborn to sign up to play
3pm - Jennifer Nelson master class - email Sean Osborn to sign up to play
5pm - Community Clarinet Choir - bring your clarinet and participatee
6pm - dinner break
7pm - Clarinettissimo X concert
featured clarinetists: Dan Gilbert, Sean Osborn, Jennifer Nelson, Florie Rothenberg, Mary Kantor.

Sunday, October 17

12 noon - vendors open
1pm - Dan Gilbert Master Class - email Sean Osborn to sign up to play
3:30 - Improvisation workshop with William O. (Bill) Smith - bring your clarinet and participate
5pm - dinner break
6pm - Dan Gilbert recital

We would like to thank our sponsors:

Music Centers Inc.

Kennelly Keys

The University of Washington

For 10 years, I have produced free concerts and festivals.
To help keep events free, please consider donating.

ClarinetistDan Gilbert joined the faculty at the University of Michigan as Associate Professor of Clarinet in 2007. Previously, he held the position of Second Clarinet in the Cleveland Orchestra from 1995 to 2007. Mr. Gilbert teaches at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and he also served as the Associate Professor of Clarinet at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music from 2000 to 2001. A native of New York City, Mr. Gilbert received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University and both a Master of Music degree and a Professional Studies Certificate from The Juilliard School. Before joining the Cleveland Orchestra, Mr. Gilbert was active as a freelancer in New York City, appearing regularly with groups including: The Metropolitan Opera, American Ballet Theater, New Jersey Symphony, Solisti New York, the Stamford Symphony and the New Haven Symphony, where he played principal clarinet from 1992 to 1995. Mr. Gilbert was a member of the Quintet of the Americas in 1994-1995. The group toured throughout the United States and was in residence at Northwestern University. He has appeared as soloist with the Cleveland Orchestra, the Cleveland Heights Chamber Orchestra, the Suburban Symphony Orchestra, the New Haven Symphony, Solisti New York and the Aspen Mozart Orchestra. He is an active chamber musician, playing regularly on the Cleveland Orchestra Chamber Series, the Cleveland Museum of Art Chamber Series and the Oberlin Chamber Music series. Mr. Gilbert's master classes and recitals have received critical acclaim throughout the world. His teachers have included David Weber, Robert Marcellus, Stanley Hasty, Richard Waller, Burt Hara and Judith Kalin-Freeman.

Dash Point native Jennifer Nelson is currently Principal Clarinet with the Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Auburn Symphony Orchestras. She also has a very active freelance career, including playing Broadway-style shows at the Fifth Avenue and Paramount Theaters, occasional extra with the Seattle Symphony and Opera Orchestras, and recordings for various television and motion picture scores. She is also Lecturer in Clarinet at the University of Washington, and Affiliate Artist Faculty in Clarinet at the University of Puget Sound, in addition to having several students in her private studio in Seattle for many years. Ms. Nelson has also traveled throughout the United States with the national touring companies of Phantom of the Opera and New York City Opera. In addition to her stateside concerts, Jennifer's orchestral and recital performances have also taken her to Mexico, Japan, Germany, Liechtenstein, Austria, Honduras, and most recently, India.


Sean Osborn has traveled the US, Canada, Europe, and Japan as soloist and chamber musician, and traveled the world during his eleven years with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He has also appeared as guest principal clarinet with the New York Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, Seattle Symphony, and the American Symphony Orchestra. The New York Times dubbed him " excellent clarinetist," the Boston Globe called him "...a miracle," and Gramophone "...a master."
Sean is also an award-winning composer whose chamber works have been played by members of the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera, Marlboro Music Festival, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and the Juilliard School, among others.


William O. (Bill) Smith

Dr. Florie Rothenberg, enjoys an active performing career, playing with several Seattle area concert and pit orchestras, including the Auburn Symphony, Tacoma Symphony, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Tacoma Opera. Florie has worked in film scoring in Seattle, and has her own CD, Voices of Trees, Modern Works by Women Composers for Clarinet and Piano, available on Origin Classical Records. Florie has performed in musical theater throughout her career, in Chicago, San Francisco, Tucson and Seattle. Splitting her time between performing and teaching, Florie Rothenberg works with clarinetists of all ages and levels, drawing students from around the entire Puget Sound region, and is currently on faculty at Central Washington University, University of Puget Sound Community Music, and Music Works Northwest. Ms. Rothenberg earned a D.M.A. from the University of Arizona, a M.M. from the University of Michigan and a B.M. from the University of the Pacific. Her teachers include Jerry Kirkbride, David Shifrin and William Dominik.


Mary Kantor received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Washington and graduated from the Academy of Music in Vienna with Honors in clarinet performance, class of Rudolf Jettel. She is currently principal clarinetist with the Bellevue Philharmonic and the Seattle Choral Company, a member of the Shalom Ensemble, and plays with the Temple B'nai Torah musicians for Friday night Shabbat services. As a soloist, she has performed the Mozart Concerto and Richard Strauss' Duet-Concertino with Philharmonia Northwest. She has also performed with the Seattle Symphony, Seattle Opera, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and the Northwest Chamber Orchestra, as well as on numerous movie soundtracks. As an educator, she coaches both the Seattle Youth Symphony and Cascade Youth Symphony clarinet sections, and is Professor of Clarinet at SPU. She also appears in Who's Who in America, 59th and 60th editions.

Email Sean at



26 October 2010 - at Vandoren, Paris







In November 2010, the European Clarinet Association will officially be inaugurated at the first European Clarinet Festival in Kortrijk, Belgium.
Membership fees are 5€ and  give you special access to all information on the upcoming website of the European Clarinet Association (ECA).
Become a fan of the ECA on facebook now and don't miss out on any news about the Clarinet in Europe  — sign up for free on < <> > , search for European Clarinet Association and join our online community!

The European Clarinet Association was brought into life by clarinetists from all over the European continent to improve communication between clarinetists, clarinet lovers and national clarinet associations in Europe.
Please join us and become part of a new initiative to actively support the diverse and culturally rich clarinet scene in Europe!

Best regards,
Matthias Müller, Switzerland, president
Simone Weber, Luxembourg, secretary
Arkadiusz Adamski, Poland
David Campbell, England
Heike Fricke, Germany
Luigi Magistrelli, Italy
Pedro Rubio, Spain
Eddy VanOosthuyse, Belgium
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The ECA functions as a mediator between clarinetists and clarinet societies, providing a website containing information about concerts, competitions, master classes, auditions, CD releases, new publications, etc...
The ECA also takes part in organizing an annual European Clarinet Festival in collaboration with various national clarinet societies, the first one taking place in Kortrijk, Belgium, from November 4-7, 2010





1st European Clarinet Festival, Kortrijk, Belgium, Eddy Vanoosthuyse, Director  -  30 October - 7 November 2010



International Clarinet Competition-

Application Deadline is 31 July 2010

30 October - 6 November 2010, Kortrijk, Belgium

Official repertoire International clarinetcompetition.

General conditions International clarinetcompetition.

Candidates may register using the attached registration form. Click here to register. The deadline for submission of registrations is July 31st, 2010!

Sponsors & co-financiers


European Clarinet Festival

4-7 November 2010, Kortrijk, Belgium






Sponsers & co-financiers



International Music Promotion vzw, organises from October 30 till November 6, 2010 an International Clarinet Competition.

The final of the competition is with the Brussels Philharmonic/Flemish Radio Orchestra (War concerto/Dirk Brossé), conducted by Dirk Brossé.  We are working very hard to have an excellent and international well-known jury !

From November 4 (opening concert) till November 7, 2010, we organise the First European Clarinet Festival.  Also here we work on a program with fantastic groups and soloists.

People who are interested to participate (in recital or with a chamber music ensemble) , can send their candidature to my email address above on my name (as soon as possible – the best before January 31).  Also people who are interested to come as a listener, can email to my address.

 In this festival we will organise (above the recitals, chamber music concerts, master classes, clinics, exhibitions, …) a festival for clarinet choirs.  We here that worldwide, there are so many clarinet choirs active.   We want to give them a space in Kortrijk in our festival (at an special location) so that they can  learn to know each other and  maybe make plans for exchanges.  If they want, they can participate in a choir competition (this is not obliged, the choirs can also participate in this festival without taking part of the competition).  We accept choirs from all over the world.  We will make special hotelplans for them.


All of this is organised in Kortrijk (Belgium).


30 October - 6 November 2010 



Office : Tennislaan 32, B-9930  ZOMERGEM     tel. +32(0)494/980.979


1° International Clarinet Competition Kortrijk, Belgium

 1° round/Preliminary round  

·         Cadenzen concerto-Nielsen

·         Make your choise :

  L. Berio/Sequenza

  A. Laporte/Sequenza

  P. Boulez/Domaines (originaux + miroir)

  E. Denissow/Sonata

  V. Bucchi/Concerto

  J. Widman/Fantaisie

  L. Basset/Soliloquies

  M. Müller/ 6 études de concert

           (jumping around + vals appogiaturato)

 2° round

·         1° Rhapsodie/Debussy (by memory)

·         Make your choise :

  J. Brahms/Sonate n° 1

  J. Brahms/Sonate n° 2

  R. Schumann/Fantasiestücke op. 73


·         Make your choice (by memory)

  C.M von Weber/Concerto n° 1

  C.M. von Weber/concerto n° 2

·         Make your choice

  H. Tomasi/Concerto

  J. Françaix/Concerto

  I. Gotkovsky/Concerto lyrique

  J. Corigliano/Concerto

·         Make your choice

  F. Poulenc/Sonata

  L. Bernstein/Sonata

  B. Martinu/Sonatine

  Ch. M. Widor/Introduction et Rondo

  Ch. Camilleri/Sonatina


·         Mozart/Clarinet Quintet

·         Donnatoni/Clair

·         Brossé/War Concerto with the Brussels Philharmonic/the Flemish Radio Orchestra, conductor : Dirk Brossé


Sunday, 14 & 20 November Concerts with Richard Nunemaker and

15 - 20 November 2010

                      Lima, Peru


  "Este Festival tiene como misión sentir, pensar y actuar en nuestro medio pluricultural y, también, llevar adelante este género de actividades para, a través de la interrelación de destacados músicos y la presencia de jóvenes especialmente en edad educativa secundaria y superior, sean motivados a cultivar el Clarinete e intervenir decididamente en los procesos culturales de nuestro país."


Este 1er Festival Internacional de Clarinetes, se realizará del lunes 15 al sábado 20 de Noviembre, en las instalaciones del Museo de la Nación. Brindaremos la posibilidad a clarinetistas y músicos en general, de Latinoamérica y el resto del mundo, de participar de:

1.- Master Class
2.- Clínica de Cañas, a cargo de la famosa marca RICO
3.- Clinica de Mantenimiento del Clarinete a cargo del clarinetista Fari Laurente
4.- Recitales con piano, y Concierto de gala con los maestros invitados acompañados de la Orquesta Sinfónica Juvenil Nacional del Perú.
5.- Oquesta Peruana de Clarinetes (O.P.C.)
6.- Presentación de los nuevos barriles para clarinete marca Vintage, del clarinetista Fari Laurente.
7.- Material de obsequio Cortesia de Rico y Vandoren.

Para inscribirte en las actividades, elige una de las dos modalidades disponibles:


Activo (Permite participar de TODAS las actividades y a 2 master-class) s/. 150.00 (US$50.00)

Oyente (Permite participar de Todas las actividades a excepción de los Master Class) s/. 105.00 (US$35.00)

Para los inscriptos en cualquiera de estas 2 opciones, todos los conciertos son gratuitos.



Artist Faculty




OHEKA 2010  








 New York Philharmonic: Weber Concertino for Clarinet

Leaving A Legend

Wikipedia: Stanley Drucker

At the conclusion of the 2008-2009 Season, New York Philharmonic Principal Clarinet Stanley Drucker celebrated 60 years as a member of the Orchestra. In honor of this milestone anniversary, he became an honorary member of the Philharmonic Society of New York, the first orchestral musician so honored.

The Philharmonic estimates that he has performed in 10,200 concerts, which is approximately 70% of the total number of their concerts since 1842. He has been Principal Clarinetist for a record 48 years, making close to 200 appearances as soloist and chamber musician with the orchestra. He played under 9 Music Directors, among them Bruno Walter, Dmitri Mitropolous, Leonard Bernstein, Pierre Boulez and Zubin Mehta. He has performed in 60 countries on tour. He is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as "Longest Career as a Clarinetist."

Mr. Drucker maintains an active solo career, appearing with ensembles throughout the world. He has been nominated twice for Grammy Awards in the category of Best Instrumental Soloist/Classical with Orchestra: In 1992 for his recording of the Copland Concerto with the Philharmonic and Leonard Bernstein, and in 1982 for John Corigliano's Concerto with the Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta. Mr. Drucker is featured on a number of other Philharmonic recordings: under the direction of Leonard Bernstein in Debussy's Premiere Rapsodie; in Carl Nielsen's Clarinet Concerto; and in the World-Premiere live performance (1977) of the Corigliano Clarinet Concerto, which is a part of the Orchestra's acclaimed CD box set, The Historic Broadcasts: 1923-1987. Mr. Drucker's other recordings include New York Legends: Recitals with Principals from the New York Philharmonic; Schumann's Complete Works for Winds and Piano; the Mozart Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in A, K.581, and a two-CD set of the two clarinet sonatas, Trio in A minor, and Quintet in B minor of Brahms entitled Drucker Plays Brahms. He is also heard on the World-Premiere broadcast of William Bolcom's Clarinet Concerto, part of the New York Philharmonic Special Editions boxed set An American Celebration.

In recognition of his highly respected and widely acknowledged musical excellence and dedication, he was named Musical America's 1998 Instrumentalist of the Year. Born in Brooklyn in 1929, Mr. Drucker began clarinet studies at age ten with Leon Russianoff, his principal teacher, and later attended the High School of Music and Art and The Curtis Institute of Music. He was appointed Principal Clarinetist of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at age 16, of the Adolf Busch Chamber Players at age 17, and of the Buffalo Philharmonic at age 18.

He lives in Massapequa with his wife, Naomi, Director of the American Chamber Ensemble and recipient of a LIMHoF LISA Award. Their son is Lee Rocker, solo artist and former bassist of the Stray Cats and Big Blue, and their daughter Roseanne is a singer living and recording in Nashville.



Neuvieme Concours de Clarinette


28 November 2010

Amiens, France



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