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The 7th Annual Delaware Clarinet Day, scheduled for Saturday, April 30, 2022, features guest artist Michael Lowenstern, along with UD's own Christopher Nichols and the Clarinet Ensemble.
Activities for the day will include concerts, master classes, exhibits and performing activities.
Register for free
Delaware Clarinet Day 2022 Schedule
All events are in Puglisi Orchestra Hall unless otherwise indicated
8:30 AM – Check-In/Registration and Vendor Time9:30 AM – Welcome and Recital by UD Clarinet Ensemble10:00 AM – Festival Choir Rehearsal11:00 AM – Lunch (on your own)12:30 PM – Featured Artist Recital: Michael Lowenstern – Gore Recital Hall2:00 PM – Featured Artist Masterclass and Q&A: Michael Lowenstern3:30 PM – Festival Choir Rehearsal4:30 PM – Closing Festival Choir Concert
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Michael Lowenstern, has performed, recorded and toured as a soloist and with ensembles of every variety, and is widely recognized one of the most innovative bass clarinetists in the world.
Career highlights include long tenures with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and John Zorn, and touring with ensembles as diverse as the Steve Reich Ensemble, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Klezmatics. To date, he can be heard on over sixty recordings, two of which have won Grammy awards. Michael has released eight solo albums of his own.
Michael also currently serves as Principal Creative Director for Amazon Advertising. Over the course of his 20-year “Madison Avenue" career, he has received dozens of awards for his work with Pepsi, E*Trade, Verizon, and many others.
Using skills from both pursuits, he is currently in his eleventh year creating content for his YouTube channel, to the delight (and consternation) of millions of viewers across the globe. He lives and works in New York City.
Thank you to the following sponsors for allowing us to offer this event to the public at no charge!