USA Clarinet Day 2017 this Saturday February 25
Posted on February 17, 2017 by Keith Bohnet
Dr. Kip Franklin welcomes clarinetists of all ages and abilities on February 25 to
the USA campus for Clarinet Day 2017! This event is a daylong workshop that provides
its participants with an opportunity to immerse themselves in listening and learning
about all facets of clarinet playing. Dr. Franklin will be joined by Dr. Denise Gainey,
Associate Professor of Clarinet at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. Participants
will interact with our artists through workshops, clinics, vendors, recitals, and
master classes of all kinds. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. and the event will culminate
in a Guest Artist Recital by Dr. Gainey, assisted by Dr. Franklin and pianist Dr.
For a complete schedule of events and details regarding registration, fees, and events, please visit Clarinet Day 2017 or contact Dr. Franklin via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
USA Clarinet Day 2017
Schedule of Events (tentative)
10:00 Welcome, Warm Up, Mass Clarinet Choir Rehearsal
11:00 Denise Gainey Masterclass
12:00 Presentation by D’Addario
1:15 Mass Clarinet Choir Rehearsal
2:00 Kip Franklin Lecture
2:30 Presentation by Buffet Crampon
3:15 Mass Clarinet Choir Rehearsal
3:45-3:55 Mass Clarinet Choir Performance
4:00 Finale Recital featuring Denise Gainey, Kip Franklin, Robert Holm and Chris Steele
5:00 USA Clarinet Day Concludes
About the guest artist
Denise A. Gainey is Associate Professor of Clarinet and Instrumental Music Education
and Coordinator of Graduate Studies in Music at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
She is a Backun Artist/Clinician, an educational recording artist for Carl Fischer
Music, and is secretary of the International Clarinet Association. Gainey is an active
clinician and recitalist throughout the United States and performs regularly with
the Alabama Symphony. She has compiled and edited a collection of clarinet solos,
Solos for Clarinet, published by Carl Fischer in 2001 (as Denise Schmidt), and is
currently writing a book on the life and work of master teacher Kalmen Opperman. She
received a Bachelor of Music Education from Florida State University, a Master of
Music in Clarinet Performance from The University of North Texas, and a Doctor of
Musical Arts in Clarinet from The University of Kentucky. Gainey’s major teachers
include Kalmen Opperman, James Gillespie, Frank Kowalsky and Fred Ormand.
Need directions to Laidlaw? Just go to Google Maps at www.maps.google.com and enter "USA Laidlaw Performing Arts Center." We're actually on the corner of University Blvd. and USA Drive South.
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