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Clarineat: The Clarinet Podcast

Sean Perrin

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Clarineat: The Clarinet Podcast
Clarineat: The Clarinet Podcast

Clarineat: The Clarinet Podcast

Sean Perrin

2
Followers
6
Plays
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About Us

Join host Sean Perrin as he discusses “all that’s new and neat with clarinet, with the neatest people in the industry” on the world’s most popular clarinet podcast. Past guests include distinguished artists such as Martin Fröst, Michael Lowenstern, and Lori Freedman, and product manufacturers such as Legere Reeds, Backun Musical Services, and Royal Musical Instruments. Check out the website at www.clarineat.com and be sure to subscribe to our email newsletter for a chance to win giveaways.

Latest Episodes

#120 - Portfolio Music Careers with Jen Guzman

More musicians today than ever before make their full time living by performing a wide variety of part time tasks. Or they combine their music careers with other careers to make ends meet. Today on the podcast I discuss the phenomenon of the portfolio career with Jen Guzman, who wrote her dissertation on the subject. We also discuss work/life balance and some strategies to make the best decisions in your life.

42 MIN15 hours ago
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#120 - Portfolio Music Careers with Jen Guzman

#119 - 5 Neat Things About Me!

Today is International Podcast Day, and to celebrate I want to introduce you, the listeners, to 5 Neat Things (You’d Never Guess) About Me, your host, Sean Perrin. I hope you enjoy this fun episode, and would love to hear your feedback and some interesting things about you! Leave me a message at feedback@clarineat.com

25 MIN2 weeks ago
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#119 - 5 Neat Things About Me!

#118 - Kinan Azmeh on Success as an Artist

Today on the program my guest is Kinan Azmeh, who shares great insights into his career as a performer, improvisor, and composer, and why he sees these activities as one in the same.We also discuss his experience moving to New York just one week before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and his experience as a musician in the Knights Chamber Orchestra, Silk Road Ensemble, and numerous other projects.

39 MINSEP 19
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#118 - Kinan Azmeh on Success as an Artist

#117 - Agnes Marchione of The Knights Chamber Orchestra

The Knights Chamber Orchestra started out as a simple gathering of local musicians, but has grown to be a Grammy-Nominated ensemble that has even recorded and collaborated with none other than Yo Yo Ma himself. Today on the podcast my special guest is Agnes Marchione who shares what it's like to perform with this amazing ensemble, and why they prefer to play standing up most of the time. We also discuss her musical upbringing and some tips for younger students on how to deal with life when times get tough.

37 MINAUG 23
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#117 - Agnes Marchione of The Knights Chamber Orchestra

Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann - Part 2

Finding your place in the music world has always been challenging, but in the face of social media it's more challenging than ever. Today in part 2 of my conversation with James Zimmerman we discuss some strategies for finding your niche, how and where to spend your time on social media, and how Marie Kondo's "Konmari" method has helped shape our musical path.

27 MINJUN 27
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Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann - Part 2

Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann

Today to get a job in the orchestral world you have to complete an audition, and you have to find these jobs online. This wasn't always easy for clarinet players until James Zimmermann founder the Clarinet Jobs Facebook group. We discuss the founding of Clarinet Jobs, how the platform helped James get his own job with the Nashville Symphony, online marketing and more.

46 MINJUN 19
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Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann

Injury Prevention for Musicians

Classical musicians reach an extraordinary level of technical proficiency, but most have no idea about their own anatomy and how to prevent playing-related injuries. today on the program I'm joined by Katherine Peters and Chelsea Savage who will be presenting this coming summer at ClarinetFest 2019 about this very topic.

46 MINMAY 31
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Injury Prevention for Musicians

Michael Lowenstern on The Business of Music

The modern musician functions like a small business, where handling marketing, sales, and taxes goes hand in hand with writing, practicing, teaching, and playing the music they love. Bass clarinetist Michael Lowenstern is the epitome of this "portfolio career" and is a veteran of this podcast who of course needs further introduction. Today on the program he shares behind the scenes information on running his music business, online store, YouTube channel, and how he writes his music.

46 MINMAY 17
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Michael Lowenstern on The Business of Music

Clarinet Celebration 2019

Attending clarinet events is a fantastic way to expand your musical knowledge, network with colleagues, and see the world. Clarinet Celebration 2019 is a new festival that runs from June 24 to 30 in Portland Oregon. Today's guest is Chamber Music Northwest's Marketing Director, Amy Mintonye. She's here to tell us all about the upcoming Celebration, and even some secrets as a local from Portland.

25 MINAPR 28
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Clarinet Celebration 2019

College Prep for Musicians

Deciding to pursue post-secondary education in music is a daunting task. Not only must students in today’s world choose amongst hundreds of possible places to study, but also a near infinite number of career paths - some of which don’t even exist yet! This causes significant anxiety for students and parents alike, but now there’s a new book to help with the whole process. Today on the program I’m joined by Annie Bozzler, Dr. Don Green, and Kathy Tesar who are the authors of College Prep for musician

48 MINAPR 19
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College Prep for Musicians

Latest Episodes

#120 - Portfolio Music Careers with Jen Guzman

More musicians today than ever before make their full time living by performing a wide variety of part time tasks. Or they combine their music careers with other careers to make ends meet. Today on the podcast I discuss the phenomenon of the portfolio career with Jen Guzman, who wrote her dissertation on the subject. We also discuss work/life balance and some strategies to make the best decisions in your life.

42 MIN15 hours ago
Comments
#120 - Portfolio Music Careers with Jen Guzman

#119 - 5 Neat Things About Me!

Today is International Podcast Day, and to celebrate I want to introduce you, the listeners, to 5 Neat Things (You’d Never Guess) About Me, your host, Sean Perrin. I hope you enjoy this fun episode, and would love to hear your feedback and some interesting things about you! Leave me a message at feedback@clarineat.com

25 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
#119 - 5 Neat Things About Me!

#118 - Kinan Azmeh on Success as an Artist

Today on the program my guest is Kinan Azmeh, who shares great insights into his career as a performer, improvisor, and composer, and why he sees these activities as one in the same.We also discuss his experience moving to New York just one week before the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and his experience as a musician in the Knights Chamber Orchestra, Silk Road Ensemble, and numerous other projects.

39 MINSEP 19
Comments
#118 - Kinan Azmeh on Success as an Artist

#117 - Agnes Marchione of The Knights Chamber Orchestra

The Knights Chamber Orchestra started out as a simple gathering of local musicians, but has grown to be a Grammy-Nominated ensemble that has even recorded and collaborated with none other than Yo Yo Ma himself. Today on the podcast my special guest is Agnes Marchione who shares what it's like to perform with this amazing ensemble, and why they prefer to play standing up most of the time. We also discuss her musical upbringing and some tips for younger students on how to deal with life when times get tough.

37 MINAUG 23
Comments
#117 - Agnes Marchione of The Knights Chamber Orchestra

Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann - Part 2

Finding your place in the music world has always been challenging, but in the face of social media it's more challenging than ever. Today in part 2 of my conversation with James Zimmerman we discuss some strategies for finding your niche, how and where to spend your time on social media, and how Marie Kondo's "Konmari" method has helped shape our musical path.

27 MINJUN 27
Comments
Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann - Part 2

Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann

Today to get a job in the orchestral world you have to complete an audition, and you have to find these jobs online. This wasn't always easy for clarinet players until James Zimmermann founder the Clarinet Jobs Facebook group. We discuss the founding of Clarinet Jobs, how the platform helped James get his own job with the Nashville Symphony, online marketing and more.

46 MINJUN 19
Comments
Clarinet Jobs with James Zimmermann

Injury Prevention for Musicians

Classical musicians reach an extraordinary level of technical proficiency, but most have no idea about their own anatomy and how to prevent playing-related injuries. today on the program I'm joined by Katherine Peters and Chelsea Savage who will be presenting this coming summer at ClarinetFest 2019 about this very topic.

46 MINMAY 31
Comments
Injury Prevention for Musicians

Michael Lowenstern on The Business of Music

The modern musician functions like a small business, where handling marketing, sales, and taxes goes hand in hand with writing, practicing, teaching, and playing the music they love. Bass clarinetist Michael Lowenstern is the epitome of this "portfolio career" and is a veteran of this podcast who of course needs further introduction. Today on the program he shares behind the scenes information on running his music business, online store, YouTube channel, and how he writes his music.

46 MINMAY 17
Comments
Michael Lowenstern on The Business of Music

Clarinet Celebration 2019

Attending clarinet events is a fantastic way to expand your musical knowledge, network with colleagues, and see the world. Clarinet Celebration 2019 is a new festival that runs from June 24 to 30 in Portland Oregon. Today's guest is Chamber Music Northwest's Marketing Director, Amy Mintonye. She's here to tell us all about the upcoming Celebration, and even some secrets as a local from Portland.

25 MINAPR 28
Comments
Clarinet Celebration 2019

College Prep for Musicians

Deciding to pursue post-secondary education in music is a daunting task. Not only must students in today’s world choose amongst hundreds of possible places to study, but also a near infinite number of career paths - some of which don’t even exist yet! This causes significant anxiety for students and parents alike, but now there’s a new book to help with the whole process. Today on the program I’m joined by Annie Bozzler, Dr. Don Green, and Kathy Tesar who are the authors of College Prep for musician

48 MINAPR 19
Comments
College Prep for Musicians