Claude Debussy's "Rhapsodie For Clarinet and Piano"





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Published on Aug 23, 2007

Clarinetist Ted Lane performs Debussy's Premiere Rhapsody for Clarinet & Piano.

In 1983 Mr. Lane won First Prize of the International Clarinet Competition performing this work at the International Clarinet Convention held in Denver, Colorado.

This performance was given in 1988 with Pianist Laura Kennedy at Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas. Mr. Lane studied with Stanley Drucker and Leon Russianoff at the Juilliard School and Sidney Forrest at the National Music Camp (Interlochen, Michigan). A special thanks to W. James Jones for making this concert possible. Mr. Lane studied with Dr. Jones during his high school years in Wichita, Kansas and would later win First Prize in the Naftzger Young Artists' Competition in 1976. Mr. Lane would go on to perform with the New York Philharmonic and many other notable symphony orchestras. He later accepted a position as Professor of Clarinet at Florida State University and has been teaching at various universities and music schools in the United States and abroad.

This year marks thirty years service in public education. Mr. Lane has recently accepted a position as a principal player with the National Symphony Orchestrai of Ecuador in Quito. There he also serves as Professor in Residence. This summer he will perform and coach chamber music at the International Chamber Music Courses Festival. For more Information on this festival go: www.icmcfestival.com
He will be accepting students for Italy and China

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