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  • Clarinet 2019
    February 9, 2019 - December 14, 2019
    8:30 am - 12:30 pm

Enrolments for Clarinet Lessons in 2019 are now open.

Tutor for 2019 is Stefenie Pickston.

The clarinet is a comparatively recent instrument dating from about 1700. It is a single reed instrument and a member of the woodwind family of instruments. A person who plays the clarinet is called a clarinetist. Johann Christoph Denner invented the clarinet in Germany around the turn of the 18th century. Mozart (1756-1791) was the first well known composer to use the clarinet. Clarinets are nearly as agile as the flute, but their tone is fuller and more powerful. They have an extra octave at the lower end of their range which has a peculiar and rich quality. The clarinet is versatile and can play melodies, accompanying arpeggios and brilliant runs.

Lessons: Each lesson is 45 minutes in length and can accommodate up to four students per class

Class Times: Saturday mornings between 8.30 and 12.30pm

Please put your preferred time in the additional information field on the registration form. (e.g prefer early morning,mid morning or late morning)

Once enrolled, the music school supervisor will allocate an appropriate time according to ability & level.

Class Dates: Classes run for all four school terms – see 2019 calendar for dates

Minimum age: 10 years old

Instrument Hire: Clarinets are no longer available  to hire at the school. We strongly recommend hiring from KBB music. For more details see our page on Instrument Hire

Additional Costs
Reeds – allow up to $4.00 each. Several are required over the year

Music Books
Clarinet Book ‘Essential Elements Book 1′ – $24.00
Clarinet Book ‘Essential Elements Book 2’ – $23.50
Clarinet Book ‘Essential Elements Book 3’ – $23.50
After enrolment, please see the Supervisor or the class teacher about which music book is right for your child’s class and level, so that you can buy the right one.