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- Ages 5+ and special needs
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After playing clarinet for over 10 years in Floresville, I now live in Kerrville, Texas. I am in my 4th and final year as a Music Performance Major at Schreiner University, specializing in clarinet. I am first chair clarinet in the Schreiner Wind Ensemble and Basketball Pep Band. I also play Alto Saxophone in the Schreiner Jazz Band. Along with clarinet and alto sax, I also play piano and sing.
I was selected for the Concert Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Intercollegiate Band this past year. I am also the Kappa Kappa Psi Band Honor Fraternity President of the Nu Phi chapter and a founding member of that chapter, dedicated to serving the Schreiner Music Department.
Upon graduating with my B.A. in Clarinet Performance, I plan to pursue a Masters of Music in Multiple Woodwinds from NYU and to teach woodwind lessons at a university level as well as to be a woodwind doubler for Broadway musicals.
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