Applications to perform and present at ClarinetFest 2012 must be postmarked by this Friday, September 30. The application form and information below on ClarinetFest 2012 are available at http://clarinet.org/clarinetFest2012.asp.
Lincoln, NE, USA
August 1-5, 2012
Come enjoy true Heartland hospitality at ClarinetFest® 2012 in the Cornhusker’s “Star City” – Lincoln, Nebraska! Co-sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Music, ClarinetFest® 2012 takes place on the UNL campus in the heart of downtown Lincoln. There you can find a plethora of museums, restaurants, specialty shops, art galleries, and the historic Haymarket district as well as the outstanding concert venues Kimball Recital Hall and Lied Center for Performing Arts.
In addition to campus housing options for conference participants, the Embassy Suites (located directly across from the UNL School of Music) is the official hotel of ClarinetFest® 2012. This upscale, all-suite hotel features many contemporary accommodations as well as a complimentary, made-to-order hot breakfast and evening manager’s reception every day.
Artistic Director Diane Barger, Professor of Clarinet at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Artistic Leadership Team members Denise Gainey (University of Alabama-Birmingham) and John Masserini (Northern Arizona University) announce the theme for the 2012 ClarinetFest®:
HERITAGE TO HORIZON
Looking back to the legacy of Daniel Bonade and Robert Marcellus
and towards the future of performance and pedagogy
If you would like to submit a proposal to perform or present at ClarinetFest® 2012, please download and complete the Call-for-Proposals Application Form and send it in to the address below. Recordings and written requests will be accepted through September 30, 2011 and will be reviewed by the committee. The ClarinetFest® 2012 committee is particularly interested in featuring pedagogy presentations or lectures relating to Daniel Bonade or Robert Marcellus as well as innovative and recent concepts and developments in clarinet pedagogy. The conference will be featuring a wide variety of performance styles and repertoire – full consideration will be given to all complete proposals. Only proposals submitted by members of the International Clarinet Association will be considered.
Dr. Diane Barger, Artistic Director
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
School of Music
120 Westbrook Music Building
Lincoln, Nebraska 68588-0100