clarinettist


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  • noun

Synonyms for clarinettist

a musician who plays the clarinet

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Kancheli, who is originally from the Republic of Georgia, is dedicating his work to Milkis, a world-renowned clarinettist.
The Goulds violinist Lucy Gould, cellist Alice Neary, pianist Benjamin Frith and Robert Plane, principal clarinettist of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, will be joined by several friends, including violinist Kanako Ito, viola player David Adams and cellist Martin Storey.
Laurent Korcia is joined here by clarinettist Michel Portal and pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, the latter also partnering Korcia on the second disc in the Sonata no.
I first met Josef Horak at the beginning of 1960 in Brno, where he was already known as an outstanding clarinettist who was raising the status and broadening the possibilities of play on the bass clarinet.
Sir Colin Davis was making his professional debut as a clarinettist in 1948, the year Sir Michael Tippett wrote his Suite in D (A Birthday Suite for Prince Charles).
YOUNG clarinettist Emily Kaye, inset, will be the guest soloist at a concert staged by Huddersfield U3A mixed choir next week.
The concert on Saturday started with Suite for Emma, written for effervescent clarinettist Emma Johnson by her jazz musician friend, John Dankworth.
CORBRIDGE: St Andrew's Church, Market Place, Corbridge Chamber Music Festival, 8pm, Gould Piano Trio, clarinettist Robert Plane & Friends perform Stanford's Fantasy No.
These include trumpeter Billy Edwards, clarinettist Dave Lee, pianist Ken Binns (the man who first introduced Davies to jazz), trombonist Andrew Mackenzie and a new addition to the line-up, drummer John Blackman.
Then, for example, it turned out that the Berlin Philharmonic's recent Symphony Hall concert was the final appearance of their second clarinettist after 30-something years.
Jack Brymer, who died on September 15, was widely regarded as the most outstanding British clarinettist of the post-war era.
Andrew, a freelance clarinettist, was making sure sweet music was among the first magical sounds heard by his two little girls.
Since then he has continued to study music and is renowned as clarinettist and conductor.
Clarinettist Steve Edgson supported city legends The Specials and appeared on cult BBC music show The Old Grey Whistle Test during a distinguished career.