My Skype Clarinet student Jay Shankar just make the 2016 Carnegie Hall United States National Youth Orchestra!!!
I am the top Clarinet Teacher on TakeLessons.com
World Class Instructor - faculty of Philadelphia International Music Festival teaching with Philadelphia Orchestra Member Faculty including many Principal Members. Extensive experience teaching all levels from beginners (have taught many, many just starting out) to Professional Players who come to me for help. A current online student in Virginia's 10th Grade Student got 1st Chair All State Band this past year (so my Grandstudent was 1st Chair All State), and I opened a Masterclass for legendary Berlin Philharmonic Clarinetist Karl Leister in Madrid this past Summer. I seek students who are willing to work hard, and have a lot of fun getting great.
The review by Ricardo M. was by Ricardo Morales who I teach with at the Philadelphia International Music Festival. I am a Signed Concert Artist/Clarinet Clinician for 4 Companies - Backun Winds, BG and Silverstein Ligatures, and D'Addario Reeds. I also hold a record in the International Clarinet Association as the only Clarinet Instructor who was under 30 yrs old to have a Winner in the ICA Young Artist Competition which is open to players under 27 yrs old. That record has been held since 1992.
Have instructed School Students for the past 31 years. Students love the lessons, and develop a fantastic appreciation of the Musical Art of Clarinetistry.
Clarinet Professor at the Agaete International Clarinet Festival, teaching alongside the dean of the Royal Conservatorie Manchester England Nicholas Cox, and the 1st Prize Winner of the Paris Conservatorie Radovan Cavallin.
National Association for Music Education - I was featured in their nationally distributed Magazine October 2014 on Clarinet Instruction. Was from an interview.
Founded in 1907, NAfME is among the world’s largest arts education organizations. NAfME advocates at the local, state, and national levels; provides resources for teachers, parents, and administrators; hosts professional development events; and offers a variety of opportunities for students and teachers.
The MTNA was founded in 1876 with the goal of advancing the value of music study and music-making to society while supporting the careers and professionalism of teachers of music. With nearly 22,000 members in 50 states—and more than 500 local affiliates—the MTNA is the preeminent source for music teacher support, where members embody like-minded values and commitment to their students, colleagues and society as a whole, while reaping the rewards of collaboration, continuity and connection throughout the lifetime of their careers.
The International Clarinet Association is a community of clarinetists and clarinet enthusiasts that supports projects that will benefit clarinet performance; provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas, materials, and information among its members; fosters the composition, publication, recording, and distribution of music for the clarinet; encourages the research and manufacture of a more definitive clarinet; avoids commercialism in any form while encouraging communication and cooperation among clarinetists and the music industry; and encourages and promotes the performance and teaching of a wide variety of repertoire for the clarinet.
PMEA is a statewide nonprofit organization of over 4,500 members, dedicated to promoting the musical development of all Pennsylvanians. The present membership evolved from a small group of band directors dating from 1933. Today, the organization includes those engaged in music instruction at all levels, from preschool through college and university, as well as those in the music industry, merchandising and publishing. The organization promotes and supports quality music education, learning and performance as well as promoting and supporting music education in schools and communities. PMEA is affiliated with The National Association for Music Education, NAfME.