Principal Flutist of the Boston Symphony Elizabeth Rowe joins the podcast today to talk about her experiences being a strong female leader in a historically male dominated profession. This is definitely a can't miss episode with one of the greatest musicians of our generation!
Episode 43 | Eric posted a fascinating YouTube Video a few weeks ago, comparing the cost of attending top conservatories with the return you would get if you got a job in an orchestra. I invited Eric on to go more in depth on this topic. A must listen for everyone!
Danny Beckley, Executive Director of the Kansas City Symphony joins Sam on the podcast. What does the future of orchestras look like? How do we expand our audience to more than the small sliver we serve now? Find out on this episode!
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 expect have had their struggles with performance anxiety - even if it can feel like you're the only one going through it. If anyone else out there is having a bumpier ride with performing these days than they'd like, you are not alone!”
I decided to reach out to James to explore this idea of Performance Anxiety and hope that sharing our experiences can help other people going through similar things!
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.
On today's episode, Sam is joined by world renowned conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Maestro Harth-Bedoya just finished up a two week residency with the Indianapolis Symphony as a guest conductor, and it was a great joy to sit down with him to talk about his career and his approach to conducting!
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
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 some of the tricky spots you may encounter. Order your copy today at https://conway-publications.com/product/elements-of-contemporary-clarinet-technique/ Visit Dr. Hudson's website at: http://theandyhudson.com Visit Roger Zare's website at: http://rogerzare.com