Today’s special guest on the program is Eric Salazar who is also known as "The Clarinet Guy." He is known for uniting people of different backgrounds by sharing jaw-dropping experiences of feeling through New Classical Music. This is Eric's third time on the program, and today we discuss crafting the career that you want, navigating the arts as an introvert, how Eric has navigated the pandemic, and some action steps for thinking about the future you want for your music career.
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172 - Dr. Nancy Williams on Classical Improvisation
49:09"Why not add that element of excitement that must have happened back then?" - Dr. Nancy Williams In today's interview I'm joined by Dr. Nancy Williams who is a leadership and life coach, clarinetist, music educator, and author of a new book called "Woodwind Improvisitory Techniques of the Classical Era." Purchase her new book: https://amzn.to/3OxDHPq Subscribe to Clarineat: www.clarineat.com/join Episode Sponsors: Légère Reeds (www.legere.com), Backun Musical Services (www.backunmusical.com)
Episode 171 - Jerome Bunke on The Heritage Collection
47:42Today on the Clarineat Podcast, Jerome Bunke returns for the second time to the program to discuss Stanley Drucker’s Heritage Collection discs 8 and 9, for which he is the producer, and we also discuss the state of music post-covid, and some of his own upcoming CD and performance projects. As a Clarineat listener you can get a signed copy of these discs at www.digitalforce.com by using code "clarineat89" with your purchase.
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Episode 170 - Stanley Drucker on the Heritage Collection
40:47Today on the Clarineat Podcast, the legendary Stanley Drucker returns for the third time to the program! We discuss his move to California from New York, what some of his hobbies were during his busy career, and of course his latest CD Release, the Heritage Collection, Discs 8 and 9. As a Clarineat listener you can get a signed copy of these discs at www.digitalforce.com by using code "clarineat89" with your purchase.
Sam Sadigursky of the Philip Glass Ensemble
59:46Sam Sadigursky shares his experience playing minimalist music with the Philip Glass Ensemble, jazz with Brad Melhldau, and tips for improvising as a classically-trained player. If you're looking for extra help, you might want to check out his series of Clarinet Etude Books! Join Clarineat and listen to the extended, ad-free GOLD edition at clarineat.com/join
Brazilian Music with Kristen Mather de Andrade
40:36Today's special guest on the podcast is Kristen Mather de Andrade. She is a clarinetist with the prestigious West Point Band, and recently released her debut album called Clarão. We discuss what it's like performing, arranging and arranging Brazilian Music, both on clarinet and voice, what it's like playing with a Military Band, and more.
Life, Family, and Music with Sean Perrin
1:07:56Today’s episode of the podcast is part four of a series guest hosted by Joel Jaffe, and his guest today is me, Sean Perrin! I’m of course host of the Clarineat Podcast and OK Podcast radio shows, Online Sales and Marketing Manager for Backun Musical Services and Laskey Mouthpieces, Clarinet Faculty at Mount Royal University in Calgary, and a performing and recording artist in the Calgary area. I discuss some of my passions outside of music, ranging from cars to cooking, share some details about my life altering injury in 2016 which changed the course of my career, what it’s like working with a major clarinet manufacturer day to day, having a family as a musician, and much more.
Denise Gainey on Educating the Educator
1:06:04Today’s episode of the podcast is part three of a series guest hosted by Joel Jaffe, and his guest today is Dr. Denise Gainey, who is the President of the International Clarinet Association, and Professor of Clarinet and Instrumental Music Education and Associate Chair of the Department of Music at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She discusses the importance of providing a solid education to young students by ensuring our educators themselves are well educated, how she inspires her own students to achieve their goals, what it was like studying with Kalmen Opperman, and much more.
Jessica Phillips on the Future of Orchestral Playing
1:14:31Today’s episode of the podcast is part two of a series guest hosted by Joel Jaffe, and his guest today on the Podcast is none other Jessica Phillips, who is the Acting Principal Clarinet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and co-founder of the MET Orchestra Musicians Association. She discusses why your education is never over, even after you land your first big job, maintaining a busy schedule of up to seven shows a week with the Met, how to stay ahead of the game with social media, how to be a business-savvy musician, and much more.
Diane Barger on Cancer and The Clarinetist
1:05:59Today's episode of the Clarineat Podcast we are joined for the first time by guest host, Joel Jaffe as he discusses the highly sensitive and personal topic of cancer with Diane Barger, President-elect of the International Clarinet Association, and Professor of Clarinet, Chair of the Woodwind Area, and member of the Moran Woodwind Quintet at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
163 - Reinventing the Music Stand with Noisy Clan
39:28Today's special guest on the program is David Law who is the founder of Noisy Clan, a company that is reinventing the music stand as we know it. We discuss David's early work with companies like Apple and Audi, and what inspired him to switch gears and work on musical products instead. You can learn more about the "Wee Stand" at www.noisyclan.com and I do suggest doing this before you listen to today's episode, so you have an idea of what this amazing product looks like.