ANTHONY TAYLOR (clarinet: firstname.lastname@example.org) joined the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Music faculty in 2007. A former Hot Springs Music Festival Apprentice, he is an active performer in solo, chamber, orchestral and jazz.
Fall 2010 he presented a paper on his research into John Adams’s clarinet concerto Gnarly Buttons in Bangor, Wales at the International Conference on Music and Minimalism. Recent performance highlights include the world premiere of Seattle composer Gail Gross’s Bossa Velha at the Washington State Music Teacher’s Association convention, solo performances with jazz piano master Dick Hyman, and the world premiere recording of Gregory Yasinitsky’s solo clarinet work For All That Has Been Given.
He has been a member of the Spokane Symphony, the Boise Philharmonic, Spokane Opera and professional contemporary music ensemble Zephyr. He has been on the faculties of Washington State University, Eastern Washington University, Whitman College and Gonzaga University. Each August, Taylor also teaches at the Midsummer Musical Retreat, a band camp for adult amateur musicians. He completed his doctorate at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and also holds degrees from The Florida State University and Washington State University.
Include standard orchestral excerpts for clarinet, recordings of solo or chamber music may also be included. It is not necessary to limit the recording to 10 minutes, but be advised to put the examples of your best playing at the beginning of the CD.
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