Join the Maryland Clarinet Society and friends as they perform Cyrille Rose’s 32 etudes in their entirety!
Based on oboe studies composed by Franz Wilhelm Ferling, Cyrille Rose’s 32 Etudes have been a staple of clarinet study for a century and a half. Clarinetists around the world use these pieces to practice musical ideas, and this recital will bring the etudes out of the practice room and onto the stage.
This online broadcast event will feature performances from students of Robert DiLutis at the UMD Clarinet Studio as well as from professional clarinetists across the country, including:
Joseph Beverly, third and bass clarinet, The Florida Orchestra Dan Gilbert, associate professor of clarinet, University of Michigan Julia Heinen, professor of clarinet, California State University, Northridge Lin Ma, principal clarinet, National Symphony Orchestra Sean Osborn, composer and clarinetist Ken Peplowski, international jazz artist Sara Reese, third and bass clarinet, Richmond Symphony Angela Shankar, clarinetist, Radio City Music Hall Orchestra YaoGuang Zhai, principal clarinet, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
The event will be broadcast online on Friday, Oct. 29 at 8 p.m. via a private YouTube link. Tickets are available for a donation to the Maryland Clarinet Society (suggested amount $25). Proceeds will go to support the society’s upcoming trip to Austria in May 2022.
To purchase a ticket, please make your donation to the UMD Clarinet Society’s PayPal or GoFundMe accounts and forward your email receipt to Emma Selmon to firstname.lastname@example.org. A private streaming link will be sent to you via email.
Thank you for visiting the University of Maryland Clarinet Studio website. Not that the Covid-19 pandemic is slowly coming under control the clarinet studio will be returning to normal operating procedures this coming semester. This year we are excited to announce that the UMD Clarinet Studio will be traveling to Vienna, Austria and performing with the Austrian Clarinet Society in May. Please click the link how to donate button to help us raise our goal of $10,000 and receive updates and opportunities to see us and hear our concerts. On our site you can also learn more about faculty, students, and upcoming events as well as schedules, helpful links, MD Clarinet Newsletter and audition information. Check back throughout the semester for updates. Please send us a message if you have any questions.