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 Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: GBK 
Date:   2019-01-22 18:53

Another young, amazing player who seems to have all the tools.

His winning final round performance: (Choi and Crusell)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_RVvmGW204


His semi-final performance: (Lutuslawski, Lovreglio, Mozart)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4Mz35jZQWg


...GBK

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 Re: Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: Paul Aviles 
Date:   2019-01-22 20:07

So I take it that is amongst instrumentalists of all instruments?





.......................Paul Aviles



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 Re: Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: GBK 
Date:   2019-01-22 20:13

Paul Aviles wrote:

> So I take it that is amongst instrumentalists of all
> instruments?


1st prize winner in the annual clarinet competition.

...GBK

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 Re: Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: Caroline Smale 
Date:   2019-01-23 01:23

Lovely to hear a return to a nice bright yet rich sound after so many years of seeming "fashion" for turgid thick tones.



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 Re: Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: seabreeze 
Date:   2019-01-23 02:03

Some of the overtones perhaps returning from their long vacation to provide a little ring and zing.

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 Re: Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: Philip Caron 
Date:   2019-01-23 07:46

Had to stop 11 minutes into the Choi piece. I am deficient in my ability to appreciate music. The clarinetist certainly has plenty of technique, and what little I could make out of his sound by that point was good.

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 Re: Concours de Genève - 1st Prize Winner
Author: GBK 
Date:   2019-01-23 10:02

Philip Caron wrote:

> Had to stop 11 minutes into the Choi piece. I am deficient in
> my ability to appreciate music. The clarinetist certainly has
> plenty of technique, and what little I could make out of his
> sound by that point was good.


Listen to his semi-final performance to get a better sense of his playing of standard repertoire:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4Mz35jZQWg


... GBK



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