Chansons de la Nature pour la Clarinette for Solo B-flat clarinet is required repertoire for the 2020-2021 International Clarinetist Corona Competition.
Clarinetists may purchase the score HERE
Artistic Directors Eva Wasserman-Margolis, Elizabeth Crawford, and Diana Haskell are proud to present The International Clarinetist Corona Competition 2020 (ICCC). Conceived as a support mechanism for professional clarinetists ages 25-40, we believe this virtual competition will provide hope to those who were financially disenfranchised when the world stopped for COVID-19.
ICCC is a true grassroots effort. The Artistic Directors stand in solidarity with our clarinet colleagues around the world. We will donate our time to arranging this virtual competition. There is no registration fee for contestants and no payment for jurors and coordinators. Jurors will include world-renowned artists and educators who agree to participate for no fee.
International Clarinetist Corona Competition:
—offers an incentive to achieve high-performance goals
—encourages wider participation by offering prizes in several genres
—offers tangible and intangible prizes that will further aspirations
ICCC includes three categories: Classical, Jazz, and Klezmer. Competitors will submit an application and a high-quality video recording of music from a list of works decided upon by the jury for each genre.
Clarinetists ages 25 through 40 years of age as of February 1, 2021. Applicants may apply to only one of the three categories (Klezmer, Jazz, or Classical) of the Competition.
Please record all of the following works:
Jenni Brandon-Chansons de la nature (movements I, IV, VII) Digital download
Paquito D’Rivera- Lecuonierias from The Cape Cod Files, Boosey & Hawkes
Adolphus Hailstork-Three Smiles for Tracey (all movements), Presser
Henri Tomasi-Sonatine Attique (all movements), Leduc