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Clarinet Corner

Troy Public Radio

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Clarinet Corner is an exploration of music involving the clarinet. The show features music across genres including: classical, jazz, world, film music, and rock. And the lively conversation includes topics such as: musical history and practice, social justice, playing in a film orchestra, and colorful stories about jazz players. You don't have to be a clarinet player or a musician to join in, host Tim Phillips makes the show accessible to everyone!
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The Crossing The Break Podcast discusses the nuts and bolts of teaching clarinet at the beginning and intermediate levels. We will cover aspects of playing clarinet including tone, embouchure, hand position, tonguing, technique, range, fingerings, tuning and other clarinet-specific items. These ideas can be applied to beginning clarinet class, beginning band, intermediate or advanced clarinetists, and in an individual or group setting. The host of this podcast is Tamarie Sayger. A 1999 music ...
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A clarinet professor at Troy University is working to bring the instrument the respect it deserves through Clarinet Day. Producer Jack Anderson has the story. And, over Spring Break, Troy University fraternity Alpha Tau Omega recently held their annual charity event Walk Hard. That’s a 128.3-mile trek across two states! Producer Chris Ahlf reports.…
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Clarinet Corner presents a special episode with guests Anthony McGill, principal clarinetist with the New York Philharmonic, and Bryan Stevenson, the founder of the Equal Justice Initiative. With Host Tim Phillips, they discuss the impact music has had on their lives, along with the ongoing fight for racial equality.…
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In the second and final part of this interview, host Tim Phillips sits down with internationally acclaimed clarinetist Jon Manasse to discuss his career and inspirations... including how Manasse inspired Phillips himself! This interview originally aired on TROY Public Radio on July 10th, 2023.Oleh Troy Public Radio
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Clarinet Corner podcast listeners: We're sharing this special episode of In Focus with you today, as Tim has special news about the 500th episode of the radio show! On this special episode of “In Focus” marking the Juneteenth holiday, host Carolyn Hutcheson speaks with Clarinet Corner's Tim Phillips. The Clarinet Corner radio show will soon hit its…
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James recently made a very thought provoking comment on his Facebook page: “ Just as we are getting back in the swing of things at the Oregon Symphony, I'm being visited by my first struggles with performance anxiety in several years. UGH. I've talked to enough folks about this topic over the years to know that a lot of people who you might not exp…
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Episode 39: Hey! It's John Bruce Yeh! The longtime member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra joins Sam on the podcast today to talk about what he was up to during the pandemic. Topics discussed also include the necessity to be versatile and what orchestras are doing to adapt to the ever changing arts world in order to better serve their communities.…
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Private clarinet teacher and coach Kelly Riordan joins Sam on today's episode. She coaches and mentors other music teachers on how to best build their studios to attract more students. A must listen for those interested in making private teaching a main source of income! For more information about Kelly, please visit http://kellyriordan.com…
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Episode 36: In this episode of the Candid Clarinetist, Sam sits down with clarinetist Andy Hudson and composer Roger Zare to discuss their new book Elements of Contemporary Clarinet Technique. In this book, there are 22 new solo works for clarinet. Each work is preceded by a brief description of the technique explored as well as a masterclass on so…
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Episode 32: Ian Weinberger, Music Director and Conductor of Hamilton on Broadway, and Ryan T. Nelson, Music Director in residence at the Mariott Theatre in Chicago and lecturer at Northwestern University, join Sam on today's episode. We talk about how they both got interested in music theatre and the various paths that they took to their incredibly…
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Episode 31: Chris Pell, Principal Clarinetist of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, joins host Sam Rothstein this week to discuss what he expected out of an orchestral career and what he learned once he started his job as a young 21 year old musician. Topics discussed include burnout, how to behave around colleagues, the changing pressures of audit…
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Episode 30: Edgar Lopez has one of the most fun clarinet based social media channels that I have found. We talk about his thoughts on why we should be using platforms like TikTok and Instagram to reach a broader audience as classical musicians, as well as how he comes up with the inspiration for his videos. Check out his awesome creations on TikTok…
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Episode 28: Dr. Kimberly Hankins joins the podcast this week to discuss her health and wellness journey. Kimberly used her experience with a playing related injury to launch a career as a certified yoga and breathwork instructor! If you are struggling with a performance related injury, you can find out more about Kimberly and the Aligned Musician a…
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Today in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday we're launching the Clarinet Corner podcast with a very special episode. Our host Tim Phillips sat down last year with Anthony McGill, principal clarinetist with the NY Phil, to discuss his projects to increase racial representation including #TakeTwoKnees and his haunting arrangement of "America…
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Episode 27: In this episode, Sam visits with Richie Hawley, Professor of Clarinet at Rice University, to discuss his incredible blog post on Orchestral Etiquette from over a decade ago. I consider this the "Bible" on how to behave as an orchestral musician. Richie shares his thoughts on why this was an important thing to share, and what aspiring pr…
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In this episode, Sam reflects on the year 2020 and where the Candid Clarinetist podcast has been. He recalls his favorite three episodes from an incredible year of fabulous guests as well as gives a look at what the future holds for the Candid Clarinetist. Thank you to all for supporting this endeavor, and I look forward to hearing from you in 2021…
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The Principal Clarinetists of Detroit, Minnesota, Buffalo, and Indianapolis gather to reminisce about holiday concerts, traditions, and memories as the Candid Clarinetist wraps up its first calendar year. Make sure to stay for the entertaining lightning round at the end! Thank you to all of my incredible listeners for your continued support. See yo…
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