Arizona Clarinet Day 2020

Featuring Guest Artist Paula Corley

Sunday, January 19, 2020, 10am – 6pm

Join us at Fred Fox School of Music for a full day of clinics, performances, masterclasses, and more!

About

Clarinet Day is an educational event for clarinetists of all age levels and abilities. There will be workshops, clinics, clarinet choir, guest artist recital and masterclass, and vendors with equipment to try and purchase. The event is hosted by Dr. Jackie Glazier and UA Clarinet Studio.

Students are encouraged to participate in either the beginner clarinet choir (recommended for 1-3 years experience) or advanced clarinet choir (3+ years experience). The clarinet choirs will give a short concert at the conclusion of the event.

 

Schedule of Events

Track I: Intermediate/Advanced Level (High School or Adult 3+ years experience)

9:30 Registration opens

10-11 Advanced Clarinet Choir Rehearsal

11-11:30 Break / visit vendors

11:30-12:30 Clinic with Guest Artist Paula Corley

12:30-1:30 Lunch Break 

1:30-2:30 Guest Artist Masterclass – Paula Corley

2:45-3:15 Regional Etudes Clinic – Dr. Jackie Glazier

3:15-3:45 Advanced Clarinet Choir Rehearsal

4-5 Recital

5:30pm Clarinet Choir Concert

 

Track II: Beginner Level (Elementary, Middle School or Adult >1-3 years experience)

 

9:30 Registration opens

10-11 Clarinet Fundamentals Clinic with Dr. Jackie Glazier

11-11:30 Break / visit vendors

11:30-12:30 Beginning Clarinet Choir Rehearsal

12:30-1:30 Lunch Break 

1:30-2:30 Guest Artist Masterclass – Paula Corley

2:45-3:15 Beginning Clarinet Choir Rehearsal

3:15-3:45 Clinic 

4-5 Recital

5:30pm Clarinet Choir Concert

Directions / Parking

  • Fred Fox School of Music at the University of Arizona
  • Register online to reserve your spot
  • Check in at the lobby in front of Holsclaw Hall
  • Parking is available for free at the garage at the corner of Speedway and Park

Music Building

1017 N Olive Rd

Sponsored by:

 

Guest Artist

Meet Paula Corley, this year’s guest artist! Ms. Corley is a renowned pedagogue and teacher at Texas Lutheran University.

For more information visit clarinetcity.com