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Jeff Anderle, clarinet
Monday, September 11 2023, 07:30 PM at
Sol Joseph Recital Hall Map

Jeff Anderle, clarinet

Faculty Artist Series
Monday, September 11 2023, 07:30 PM
at
Sol Joseph Recital Hall Map
SFCM Woodwinds Chair Jeff Anderle.

PROGRAM

Mary Jane Leach: Charybdis*

Michael Sempert: TV Commercials*

Andy Rayborn: Charm, as performed by Paper Gates

Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Jeff Anderle): Partita No. 2, BWV 826
      I. Sinfonia

Mario Galeano Toro (arr. Jeff Anderle): Tolo Midi

- Intermission -

Mary Kouyoumdjian: Shards and Shrapnel
Friction Quartet
Kevin Rogers and Otis Harriel, violins
Mitso Floor, viola
Doug Machiz, cello

Marc Mellits: Titan
    I. Saturn
    II. Vänern Kivu Hammar
    III. Harada
    IV. Hyperion Choroid
    V. Liquid Methane Rain
    VI. Dispersed retina
    VII. Velvet Kickbox Hydroxy
    VIII. Phoebe & Janus
Friction Quartet
Kevin Rogers and Otis Harriel, violins
Mitso Floor, viola
Doug Machiz, cello

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Artists

Jeff Anderle, clarinet

Friction Quartet
Kevin Rogers and Otis Harriel, violins
Mitso Floor, viola
Doug Machiz, cello

ABOUT JEFF ANDERLE

Jeff Anderle is a pioneer in the world of low reeds, helping to popularize the role of the modern clarinet and bass clarinet through his innovative and diverse performances, ensembles, and commissions. He is the bass clarinetist in Splinter Reeds and half of the bass clarinet duo Sqwonk, as well as a member of the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. He is a former member of the virtuosic, heavy metal bass clarinet quartet Edmund Welles, as well as REDSHIFT contemporary music ensemble and the Paul Dresher Electro/Acoustic Band. In addition, he makes regular guest appearances with a wide range of music institutions from orchestras to diverse chamber music ensembles. Jeff is a founding co-director of Switchboard Music, and serves on the faculty of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where he teaches clarinet, chamber music and professional development, and is the chair of the woodwind department. He is a Selmer Paris performing artist.

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Monday, September 11 2023, 07:30 PM to Monday, September 11 2023, 09:30 PM

About SFCM’s Clarinet Department

Personalized instruction and abundant performance opportunities in SFCM’s Clarinet Department are designed to enhance and expand playing skills. Four forward-thinking teachers—including two members of the San Francisco Symphony—are ready to help you transform your playing. As one of fewer than 10 students, you’ll have a wealth of opportunities to collaborate and perform with other departments. Whether you have a penchant for bass or Eb, Classical or 21st-century repertoire, you'll find an expert here to bring you to the next level. You’ll also have the opportunity to enter the biennial Woodwind Concerto Competition.

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