Klarinet Archive - Posting 000114.txt from 1995/03
From: jay eric niepoetter <niep@-----.EDU>
Subj: Re: Auditioning on a lark
Date: Sat, 4 Mar 1995 00:24:09 -0500
You might be correct, but I think he was in Washington first. I remember
it because I tried to find out all the clarinet players who actually left
military service to "make it" in the orchestra world, before I took my job.
Larry Combs was at West Point. Howard Klug was with Air Force. Etc... I
can't think of anymore off hand. Can anyone else think of any?
On Fri, 3 Mar 1995, Neil Leupold wrote:
> Reply to: Auditioning on a lark
> I was given to understand that Dave Breeden was about to JOIN the U.S. Navy
> Band at the same time that he auditioned for SF, but then he won the SF
> audition. Perhaps I'm remembering the information incorrectly. He was
> profiled in the back section of a regular Stagebill program for an SF concert.
> I may still have the program. I'll look it up.