- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
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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!" She just returned from the Broadway National Tour of "42nd Street," where she performed on tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet, flute, and piccolo.
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 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 was Reed 2 on this tour, where I performed on tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, clarinet, flute, and piccolo.
I was a floral designer at the super-hip Park Deli in Prospect Heights, BK. Check out my social media through my handle, #FlowersbyEmPec .
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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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.
A labor union representing professional musicians in the United States and Canada. Founding in 1896 as the successor to the "National League of Musicians," the AFM is the largest organization in the world representing the interests of professional musicians.+ Read More
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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.+ Read More
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My daughter had the most wonderful first lesson I could have hoped for! Thank you for making her education enjoyable.. it already left her wanting to come back !
Great very enthusiastic
Fantastic! Feisty, fun, entertaining, energetic, organized, positive, focused, cool, and KNOWS HER STUFF!
Perfect match for my son, he enjoys working with her very much. She is whip smart, engaging and encouraging. I could never have imagined how well this would work out.
Great! Professional, smart and talented.
Emily is a kind and brilliant lady. She is an incredible performer and pedagogue with many years of experience. Her extensive musical background made our lessons very fun and informative. She is so kind and positive that just being in her space made me a better musician and person. Can't thank her enough for my musical progress.+ Read More
Emily is a great teacher and player! She has tons of experience and tailors the lessons to fit your needs. She has lots of positive energy and is always inspiring and motivating.
Emily is a top-of-the-top musician and a fantastic teacher! She is so easy to get along with and loves to work with all ages/kinds of people. Her professionalism and positive attitude are second to none, and make her a great role model. 11/10 stars!
I have had the pleasure and privilege of working with Emily over the past couple of years at the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy. As both a former counselor and now an instructor, Emily has such a good way of working with students of any age, as well as adults who happen to be her colleagues. She never fails to put a smile on anyone's face, and from the times I have heard her play clarinet, bass clarinet, and saxophone, I have always been blown away by her musicality, talent, and yearn to expose interesting and unexpected works to those who ordinarily wouldn't have the chance to hear them. She is a multi-talented person both inside and out, and I would fully recommend her in any capacity you might seek.+ Read More
Working with Emily at the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy this past summer showed me her excellent teaching, leadership, and musicianship. I was able to attend multiple concerts in which Emily performed incredible music on a variety of wind instruments, as well as learn about the music theory class she was teaching on pop music. In the class she analyzed the music of artists such as Rihanna, Sia, and Lady Gaga, giving value to all types of music and relating to the high school students with music they enjoy. Emily is an inspiring musician, teacher, and friend who I would trust in any situation.+ Read More
Emily has a strong commitment to making sure her students are learning about music while continuing to enjoy what music can bring to their lives. She not only taught me how to read, listen to, and study music, but she taught me why music is important and how I can live it. Emily teaches with grace and poise. She finds a way to relate to students of any ambition or experience. As a high school student looking to still be involved in music in college, Emily was able to find connections in several cities for me because of her numerous experiences of networking in the music world. She has a broad range of musical talents and has the ability to immediately connect with her students. Emily has not only been a great teacher for me, but a great friend.+ Read More