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Stanley Drucker returns to podcast for a special 90th birthday celebration. In this Q + A style episode we discuss practice and performance techniques, what it was like working with Leonard Bernstein, Glenn Gould, and other major artists, how it felt winning a Guinness World Record for longest orchestral career as a clarinettist, how Stanley never cracked a clarinet in over 60 years, and much more. Thank you especially to listeners for submitting questions, and to Jerry Bunke for proposing this great idea.


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Sean Perrin

Sean Perrin is the founder of and the host of the Clarineat Podcast. He is also an active performer, recording artist, and music educator currently living in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Sean has performed as a substitute clarinetist with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, The Red Deer Symphony, The Bow Valley Chorus, and many other local ensembles. As a teacher he has worked as a clinician for The Banff Centre, The University of Calgary, The Mount Royal Conservatory. For further information, including how to get in touch with Sean, please click here.


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