Woodwind instrumentalist Emily performs regularly in a range of styles including classical, jazz, rock, funk, Afrobeat, Third Stream, and musical theater. Emily holds her M.M. in Multiple Woodwind Performance from The Boston Conservatory with concentrations in saxophone, clarinet, and flute performance. She also holds a B.M. in Music Education from Ithaca College with an emphasis on jazz performance and pedagogy in addition to traditional studies in music education.
Emily has performed on tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet, bass, clarinet, and flute in Big League Productions' Broadway National Tour of the Frank Loesser classic "Guys and Dolls." Emily has also performed on alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, clarinet, flute, and piccolo in the Broadway National Tour of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas...the Musical!"
The Temptations Revue is a band that features Dennis Edwards, the last living member of the Motown superstars the Temptations. I was featured on their concert in Hamden, CT where I was the alto and tenor saxophone soloist.
I am a floral designer at the super-hip Park Deli in Prospect Heights, BK. Come on by and visit, or check out my social media through my handle, #FlowersbyEmPec .
I teach a variety of subjects at the Ithaca College summer pre-college program, including:
- Creating and executing curriculum for academics at the middle and high school levels in traditional music theory, pop music theory, music theory analysis, and music history
- Clarinet professor
- Jazz faculty, combo coach
- Assistant to orchestra program, assisting the conductor with rehearsal and communication with the students
- Overseer of female counselors
I played the Reed 1 chair in the orchestra - my book included piccolo, flute, Bb clarinet, soprano saxophone, and alto saxophone.
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Educator: creator of lesson plans, teacher of: flower arranging classes, terrarium making classes, flower crown making classes
I played the Reed 2 chair in the orchestra for the Broadway National tour of "Guys and Dolls" by Frank Loesser. My book included flute, Bb clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, and bass clarinet.
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I played in the orchestra for the new musical "Waiting for Spring" at the Kitchen Theater Company in Ithaca, NY. My book included flute, Bb clarinet, and alto saxophone.
I subbed in the Broadway National Tour of "My Fair Lady" in the orchestra, playing Bb and bass clarinets.
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.
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.
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