Category Archives: performance

Patreon Update

Hello all, It is a big priority for me to keep the content of this blog free, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult to do so. Setting aside the time to create new content is one issue, and the blog also … Continue reading

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Workshops for Young Composers

I am now giving live workshops – this aims to serve as an introduction to clarinet and bass clarinet writing. Approximately two hours in duration, it aims to cover articulation, sound production, multiphonics, glissandi, microtonality, air sounds and preparations. It … Continue reading

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Ease when playing clarinet multiphonics?

Hello clarinet players — I’m doing some work for a future blog post, and I need your help! Do you have 20 minutes spare to play through some Bb clarinet multiphonics and report back on their ease of play? Then … Continue reading

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Bass Clarinet Key Clicks

It takes anywhere between 2 and 10 hours to create each blog post. If you found this blog useful, and if you’d like to see more, you can support me on Patreon for less than the cost of a coffee … Continue reading

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Five Pre-1950 Orchestral Pieces by Women for Your Conducting Workshop

The Royal Philharmonic Society has recently announced a workshop for professional women musicians new to conducting. A great idea, featuring an afternoon of conducting and lectures on business and leadership, and a small class size with only 10 women invited. … Continue reading

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