Today’s special guest on the podcast is Peter Cigleris. We discuss his latest album which features rediscovered music by British composers, what it was like realizing these pieces for the first time, finding balance as a performer to make sure your performances are creative yet true to their roots, and what it’s been like for Peter as a music freelancer during the ongoing pandemic situation in London. Patreon supporters get access to an ad-free, extended version of today’s episode and will learn about Peter’s favourite clarinet accessories, hobbies, and books, and some bizarre performance experiences he has had. You can become a Patreon subscriber and still listen on your favorite podcasting app. Learn more at


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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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