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Join host Sean Perrin as he discusses “all that’s new and neat with clarinet, with the neatest people in the industry” on the world’s most popular clarinet podcast. Past guests include distinguished artists such as Martin Fröst, Michael Lowenstern, and Lori Freedman, and product manufacturers such as Legere Reeds, Backun Musical Services, and Royal Musical Instruments. Check out the website at www.clarineat.com and be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter for a chance to win giveaways.
 
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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 …
 
Today's special guest on the program is Andrew Simon who is the Principal Clarinetist of the Hong King Philharmonic Orchestra, a position he's held for over 30 years, and he's also the host of the Andy's Licorice Talk Videocast. We discuss how Andrew ended up as a New Yorker all the way across the world in Hong Kong, what it was like performing in …
 
Today's special guest on the show is the one and only Doreen Ketchens, who is also known as "The Clarinet Queen." She is of course famous for being a legendary part of the New Orleans music scene, but her popularity prevails worldwide. She has played in 47 states, 24 countries, and has been seen around the world on youtube over 65 million times. We…
 
Today our special guest on the program is Sean King who is the Manager of Artist and Customer Experience at Légère Reeds. We discuss how the idea of synthetic reeds came to be, how the products have changed and improved over the years, some tips and tricks on getting the most out of your reeds, and Légère's new European Cut Synthetic Reeds that inc…
 
Today's special guest on the podcast is Peter Cigleris. We discuss his latest album which features rediscovered music by British composers, what it was like realizing these pieces for the first time, finding balance as a performer to make sure your performances are creative yet true to their roots, and what it's been like for Peter as a music freel…
 
Today's special guest is Kari Landry of the Akropolis Reed Quintet. We discuss why the reed quintet is a "composer's playground," why Kari and the other members of Akropolis consider themselves "musicians and entrepreneurs," and their new album project called "Ghost Light" which comes out today! To get access to the extended, ad free version of tod…
 
Today's special guest on the podcast is Cally Laughlin from Cally's Clarinet Channel. We discuss how to build confidence as a content creator in front of the camera, why it's important to put your own personality into your projects and music, and how you can always work to get better no matter how good you are just by practicing. Patreon supporters…
 
Today's special guest is Josh Goo who is the founder of QuickStartClarinet.com. We discuss his online education programs, some of his favorite teaching and educational concepts, including Schenkerian Analysis, whether you should consider creating online content of your own, and more. Patreon supporters get access to an extended version of today's e…
 
Today's special guest is Anthony Rodriguez who is a doubler with extensive touring experience with "Phantom of the Opera," "Spongebob Squarepants," and more. We discuss how to deal with performing the same music numerous times, tips and tricks for having a near constant performance schedule, taking your clarinets on the road on tour, and why Anthon…
 
Keith O'Rourke is a local Calgarian doubler who has taught and played extensively in Alberta, had a chart topping #1 jazz album in Canada. We discuss grant writing, the tasty and creative way in which Keith is funding his latest project, and some ways in which Keith has focused on mental wellness during this challenging time, including intermittent…
 
In today's conversation, I'm pleased to be joined by Richard Laine who is a listener from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. We discuss many music-related topics, but especially his love for the music of Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw. Next up we go all the way around the world to Australia and chat with Stephen Shiels who is a longtime listener of the show w…
 
In today's conversation, I'm pleased to be joined again by two amazing listeners, we have Dennis Kwok, who has just finished up his university training and shares some tips for freelancers on how to get diversified work early on in your career. He also just finished recording his first solo CD project which you can check out at denniskwok.com. And …
 
In today's conversation, I'm pleased to be joined by two amazing listeners of the podcast. The first is Jaime Trevino, and we chat about what it was like returning to the clarinet after a 25 year break, and the incredible resources he used online to learn more in the last year than he feels he ever did before. Next is Anthony Perkins, who is a fres…
 
In today's episode of the podcast, Garrett Hope shares information on how to attend his FREE Music Business Summit, which is taking place from January 7-9, 2021. His goal was to have 21 presentations by 21 presenters in 2021, and he actually exceeded this goal by having 24 presenters and topics! We discuss some of the featured presenters, creating …
 
In today’s episode we are again joined by guest host Richard Hawkins, who is a master mouthpiece craftsman and Professor of Clarinet at the Oberlin Conservatory. His guest today is Michael Wayne, of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Eastman School of Music. They discuss Michael’s early days overcoming challenges as a young clarinetist, the best mus…
 
In today’s episode we are again joined by guest host Richard Hawkins, who is a master mouthpiece craftsman and Professor of Clarinet at the Oberlin Conservatory. His guest today is Stephen Williamson, Principal Clarinetist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. They discuss why it's important to be interesting as a musician, the importance of different…
 
In today’s episode we are again joined by guest host Richard Hawkins, who is a master mouthpiece craftsman and Professor of Clarinet at the Oberlin Conservatory. His guest today is Boris Allakhverdyan, Principal Clarinetist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. They discuss his early training, how his love of soccer helped motivate to practice…
 
In today's episode for the first time ever Clarineat is guest hosted by Richard Hawkins, who is a master mouthpiece craftsman and Professor of Clarinet at the Oberlin Conservatory. His guest today is Anthony McGill, Principal Clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. They discuss dealing with insecurities while playing, what it was like a…
 
In today's episode of the show I'm joined by Pablo Barragán who is one of only a small handful of clarinetists to make his living as an international soloist. We discuss ways to communicate with your audience musically, how to interact effectively on social media, and how to keep pieces fresh during every performance. Show Notes: www.clarineat.com/…
 
On today's show I'm joined by Susanna Klein who is a professional violinist and practice researcher, and the author of and new practice workbook called Practizma. We discuss the reality dream gap, goal-oriented practicing, how to practice with limited time, some ideas on how to get through the current pandemic situation, choosing an accountability …
 
Today our guest on the podcast is Miles DeCastro who is the repair technician for the Crane School of Music and the owner of a store and repair centre called North Country Winds. We discuss many maintenance and repair topics of interest to clarinet players ranging from how to find a great technician, to whether cracks are truly the end of the world…
 
On today's episode our very special guest is the Grammy Award Winning jazz clarinetist, Eddie Daniels. We discuss his new album "Night Kisses," what it was like studying with Daniel Bonade and Joe Allard, why Eddie thinks articulation is one of the most important elements of clarinet playing, why jazz will make you free as a player, why leaving spa…
 
Today professional performance coach and conductor Stephen P. Brown joins me for a second time on the Clarineat podcast to discuss his new Performer Life Grade system (www.performerlifegrade.com), why he feels you should focus on one thing instead of building a portfolio career, being honest with yourself, digital detoxing, and Stephen's excellent …
 
In addition to being the author of Beyond Talent, Angela Myles Beeching is also a full time Music Career Coach. In today's episode we discuss shameless self promotion, how to write a better bio (starting with mine!), Angela's work as a music career coach, and much more. If you are enjoying the show and want access to the extended, ad-free version o…
 
Angela Beeching is the author of Beyond Talent: Creating a Successful Career in Music. Many guests have suggested that I read this book, and I was thrilled when one day she contacted me to be on the podcast, which not only gave me a great excuse to finally read it, but also a wonderful opportunity to speak with her about the book. Today's episode i…
 
On today's episode of the podcast I'm joined by Richard Hawkins for part 2 of our conversation about mouthpieces. Last time we discussed hygiene and maintenance tips, but today we dive right in where we left off. We focus on his new Vocalise CG and Z mouthpieces, whether numbers are really the best way to decide which mouthpiece one should play, an…
 
Today on the podcast I'm joined by Richard Hawkins, who is not only a Master Mouthpiece Craftsman, and Professor of Clarinet at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, but is also of course a veteran guest of the podcast. We discuss mouthpiece hygiene, maintenance, and some surprising tips that will help you get the best performance and lifespan out of …
 
In today’s episode of the show I am joined for the third time by the wonderful Kornel Wolak. Today we talk not only about the future of performances and why people still want to go to concerts in a digital world, but also about Kornel’s second book on embouchure drills. It’s worth mentioning that our conversation was before the current pandemic sit…
 
In today’s episode of the show I am joined for part two of a conversation with Laura Campbell, who is of course also known as @Laura_Clarinetist on Instagram. Last time we talked a lot about her online presence and how to create great content, but today we focus on listener questions regarding her career including how to make great connections, som…
 
In today’s episode of the show I am joined by extra special guest Laura Campbell, or Laura_Clarinetist as she’s perhaps more commonly known. She’s an Instagram sensation from Australia and we answer a whole host of listener questions ranging from Laura’s impressive Instagram success, making great videos, and how to deal with criticism online. Be su…
 
Description In today’s episode of the podcast I chat again with Michelle Anderson who is the founder of clarinetmentors.com. We discuss some great teaching tips for young students, older students and everyone in between. She also explains why you should focus on what you’re good at and outsource the rest, and more. Links clarinetmentors.com clarine…
 
Today on the podcast I speak to Michelle Anderson who plays with the Vancouver Opera Orchestra, teaches at UBC, and is widely known as the founder of www.ClarinetMentors.com. We discuss why you should share your teaching and creative ideas with the world online, how to deal with online criticism, methods for finding your niche as a creator, and "se…
 
A well-rounded music career in the 21st century requires knowledge of not only music, but also social media, networking, navigating family life, finances, and so much more. On today's episode of the show, I focus on the business side of things with Jason Heath who is a master of building a portfolio career. We discuss secrets for working with ideal…
 
If you've ever wanted to create online content this episode of the podcast is for you. I get the chance to talk shop about raising funds, getting work done, making important decisions, and how to explore new online mediums with author, podcaster, and all-round extraordinary guy, Jason Heath. Jason is the founder of the Contrabass Conversations podc…
 
Marie Kondo's best-selling book "The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up" has become somewhat of a phenomenon over the past several years. Millions of people are now using the "KonMari Method" to help organize their day to day lives by decluttering and only keeping items that, as she says "spark joy." But what's it like taking this one step further a…
 
More musicians today than ever before make their full time living by performing a wide variety of part time tasks. Or they combine their music careers with other careers to make ends meet. Today on the podcast I discuss the phenomenon of the portfolio career with Jen Guzman, who wrote her dissertation on the subject. We also discuss work/life balan…
 
Today is International Podcast Day, and to celebrate I want to introduce you, the listeners, to 5 Neat Things (You’d Never Guess) About Me, your host, Sean Perrin. I hope you enjoy this fun episode, and would love to hear your feedback and some interesting things about you! Leave me a message at feedback@clarineat.com…
 
Sometimes as artists we get so wound up in what we do we forget there's a whole world out there, and that success isn't really about where we play and for how many people, but whether we're really doing what we want to do. Today on the program my guest is Kinan Azmeh, who shares great insights into his career as a performer, improvisor, and compose…
 
The Knights Chamber Orchestra started out as a simple gathering of local musicians, but has grown to be a Grammy-Nominated ensemble that has even recorded and collaborated with none other than Yo Yo Ma himself. Today on the podcast my special guest is Agnes Marchione who shares what it's like to perform and tour with this amazing ensemble, and why …
 
Finding your place in the music world has always been challenging, but in the face of social media it's more challenging than ever. Today in part 2 of my conversation with James Zimmerman we discuss some strategies for finding your niche, how and where to spend your time on social media, and how Marie Kondo's "Konmari" method has helped shape our m…
 
Today to get a job in the orchestral world you have to complete an audition, and you have to find these jobs online. This wasn't always easy for clarinet players until James Zimmermann founder the Clarinet Jobs Facebook group. We discuss the founding of Clarinet Jobs, how the platform helped James get his own job with the Nashville Symphony, online…
 
Classical musicians reach an extraordinary level of technical proficiency, but most have no idea about their own anatomy and how to prevent playing-related injuries. today on the program I'm joined by Katherine Peters and Chelsea Savage who will be presenting this coming summer at ClarinetFest 2019 about this very topic.…
 
The modern musician functions like a small business, where handling marketing, sales, and taxes goes hand in hand with writing, practicing, teaching, and playing the music they love. Bass clarinetist Michael Lowenstern is the epitome of this "portfolio career" and is a veteran of this podcast who of course needs further introduction. Today on the p…
 
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