|Clara M. Czegeny, Master
||Paris Academy of
Fall in Love with Music - one note at a time!
The clarinet is a musical-instrument family belonging to the group
known as the woodwind instruments which produces with a beautiful,
pure sound. It has a single-reed mouthpiece, a straight cylindrical
tube with an almost cylindrical bore, and a flared bell. The clarinet
has one of the largest ranges of pitch of all musical instruments,
which makes it one of the most interesting instruments to learn to
play. Whether you're learning for a school band or on your own, it's
important to learn how to assemble the instrument, hold it properly,
make an even tone, and get started learning to play the right way.
Clarinets come in many different sizes and pitch ranges - there are
more out there than the Bb soprano and Bb bass clarinets which you
see in middle school bands. Clarinet lessons start at age 8 or 9.
All woodwind lessons offer (Classical) RCM preparation and/or jazz
studies, with focus on sound, fingering technique, embouchure,
repertoire, musicality and theory. Younger wood-wind-wanna-be’s are
invited to begin with recorder lessons as young as age four.
A lot of us know the names of legendary clarinet players such as
Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Eddie Daniels, Richard Stoltzman,
Carrie Bell, etc. However, lots of people famous for unrelated reasons
play, or played, the clarinet in school, including Jimmy Kimmel, Julia
Roberts, Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen and Alan Greenspan.
The Paris Academy of Music offers innovative Clarinet lessons from
Certified Academy teachers in programs ranging from jazz, world,
electronic, classical, popular music and beyond. This diversity
ensures an inspiring, rewarding and artistically challenging
experience for every Clarinet student. Our distinguished team of
specially trained Clarinet teachers, will structure lessons according to
your individual goals, ensuring all students remain motivated and
inspired in their Clarinet studies. You can begin your Clarinet lessons
at any time of the year.
Register for your Complimentary Clarinet Lesson here.