Klarinet Archive - Posting 001403.txt from 1998/03
From: scott young <skoty@-----.com>
Subj: Clarinet Masterclass, D.C. area
Date: Mon, 30 Mar 1998 14:54:44 -0500
Howard Klug will hold a 2 day seminar for advanced players and teachers,
"How to Diagnose and Fix Just About Any Clarinet Playing Problem..."
such as: Tips for tonguing, producing a great tone, short-cuts to
figuring out reeds, teaching musicality, structuring practicing and
Hayfield Secondary School Band Room
7630 Telegraph Road, Alexandria, Virginia
Saturday, May 16, 1 PM to 5 PM
Sunday, May 17, 9 AM to 1 PM
Fee of $100 includes a 110 page notebook of pedagogical materials
outlinging a course of study, typical performance problems, solutions
and exercises. Remittance by check payable to Howard Klug, sent to this
year's event sponsor, Kathy Young, 6461 Windham Ave, Alexandria, VA
22315, by April 30. PH:703 922-5191 or 703 719-7757. You may reply to
this message (skoty@-----.com) to contact Kathy about registration and
directions. Questions about course content should be directed to Howard
klug, hklug@-----.edu This year's content will not be the same as
last year's. Contact mr. Klug for details.
All levels of clarinetists are welcome and you may participate as an
observer or as a performer.
Howard Klug is Professor of Clarinet at Indiana University. He has been
the Pedagogy Editor of "The Clarinet" magazine since 1986 and his
articles on clarinet playing have appeared in, The Instrumentalist,
NACWPI Journal, BDGuide, Leblanc Bell and Windplayer. Klug has
presented an extensive number of clinics, lectures and performances
around the world. A former member of the U.S. Air Force Band in
Washington, D.C., Howard Klug has also performed with the Grant Park
Symphony, Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra and the Columbus Symphony
I'll post here once a week through April. Kathy Young.