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From lessons to ensemble rehearsals and concerts to recitals, there is always something going on in the Clarinet Studio at Capital University.
Applied Lessons Clarinet Choir/Clarinet Quartet Information for Prospective Students
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. Dr. Gail Lehto Zugger Associate Professor of Clarinet firstname.lastname@example.org / (614) 236-6173
All clarinet majors take weekly lessons with Dr. Zugger. Each week, students perform in their lessons assigned materials from each of the following categories, advancing in difficulty from the first through fourth year:
Students perform a jury at the end of each semester to be advanced to the next level. A jury performance has four components:
The clarinet studio offers two chamber ensemble opportunities. The Clarinet Choir, under the direction of Dr. Gail Lehto Zugger, meets on Thursdays at 2pm and performs one on-campus performance each semester as well as other concerts. The Clarinet Choir rehearses and performs works for a wide variety of instrumentations, making use of the E-flat Soprano Clarinet, E-flat Alto Clarinet, B-flat Bass Clarinet, E-flat Contralto Clarinet and B-flat Contrabass Clarinet as well as the traditional B-flat Soprano Clarinet. Recent repertoire has included: Gates' Seasonal Sketches, Rossini's Italian in Algiers, Nelhybel's Chorale & Danza and Schickele's Monochrome III for 9 Clarinets. The Clarinet Quartet meets on Tuesdays at 2pm, and performs works for 4 clarinets or 3 clarinets and bass clarinet.
If you are a clarinetist interested in majoring in music and would like to find out more about Capital University and the Conservatory of Music's degree offerings, feel free to contact Dr. Gail Lehto Zugger for more information. A campus visit can include the following:
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