|| COURSE DESCRIPTION ||
Looking to improve your clarinet playing? MusicProfessor can help you make the most of your practice. Pick up where MusicProfessor's Beginner Clarinet course leaves off, adding more complex rhythms, scales and tone exercises to your repertoire.
And save money while you study with us! Private lessons are expensive. Each MusicProfessor Clarinet course provides an entire year’s worth of lessons, for a fraction of the cost, and at your own convenience.
Join over 18,000 fellow MusicProfessor students and begin your studies today!
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- 100 video lessons
- Downloadable sheet music
- Animated fingering charts
- Clarinet-specific troubleshooting tips and advice
- Clarinet equipment recommendations
- Warm-up techniques
- Dozens of familiar melodies and songs
- Technique-building exercises
- Major scales and scale exercises
- Music Theory
MusicProfessor's curriculum is used in nearly 100 schools and school districts throughout the United States and by more than 18,000 students and music teachers throughout the world. Nowhere else can you find the level of detail and professional instruction of MusicProfessor's curriculum.
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|| NOTABLE REVIEWS ||
“This is an excellent course on core clarinet fundamentals that if you apply and practice will definitely increase your proficiency.”
“I really enjoyed this course. Being self taught, I discovered a lot of new techniques and music terms. The explanations are excellent, the music passages chosen are great and encourages one to find the full scores! These passages are not too difficult for this level and the melodies are beautiful, giving the learner a feeling of confidence and motivation to master these pieces. Thanks again, looking forward to your next course!”
|| ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR ||
Kathryn Nevin earned her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clarinet Performance from the University of Southern California, where she studied with Mitchell Lurie, Michele Zukovsky, David Howard and Yehuda Gilad. Originally from the Chicago area, she was a student of Melvin Warner at Northern Illinois University where she received a Bachelor of Music.
In Southern California, Dr. Nevin has performed with many orchestras including San Diego Symphony, Pasadena Symphony, New West Symphony, Long Beach Opera, Santa Barbara Symphony, Opera Santa Barbara, Monterey Symphony and Fresno Philharmonic. She is a member of St. Matthews Chamber Orchestra, Desert Symphony in Palm Desert, Redlands Symphony Orchestra and Long Beach Municipal Band.
Dr. Nevin is an active soloist and chamber musician, having been a founding member of several award-winning ensembles, including Triole, recipient of an NEA Chamber Music Residency. She is currently a member of Calico Winds, an award-winning internationally touring wind quintet, whose recordings and performances around the country have received critical acclaim, including those at Carnegie Halls Weill Recital Hall. The ensembles most recent commercial release,Vintage America, A Musical Meritage (Albany), features 19th and early 20th century American music.
Dr. Nevin has been featured on NPR's Performance Today and numerous times on local classical music radio live broadcasts. She has appeared in chamber music concerts with faculty at the University of Redlands, the Taylor String Quartet, the Shanghai Quartet, as well as with Los Angeles Philharmonic principal strings. Dr. Nevin is the editor of Solos for the Intermediate Clarinetist, Music from Four Centuries arranged for Clarinet and Piano by Daniel Kelley, Last Resort Music, Inc. She has taught at La Sierra University, the University of California, Riverside, Riverside Community College, Mt. St. Mary’s College, Pasadena Conservatory of Music and Glendale College. She is currently the Artist Teacher of Clarinet at the University of Redlands.
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