Make Warm-Ups Part Of Your Routine - Just Don't Make Them Routine!
- Is your band in a rut? Do you mindlessly play through the same warm-ups day after day after day? It's time to break free of that routine. This clinic will focus on the importance of using quality musical warm-ups with your ensemble and ways to make them new and fresh every time. You owe it to your students to improve this vital part of your rehearsal.
- Larry Clark (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/17/2014 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
- Meeting Room W179
- The music of Larry Clark (b. 1963) is some of the most popular and most performed by concert bands and string orchestras at all ability levels, appearing on numerous contest/festival performance required music lists. An ASCAP award-winning composer, Clark has over 200 publications in print and is in demand to write commissions for ensembles across the country. Clark is Vice President, Editor-in-Chief for Carl Fischer Music, and travels the world representing the company. His background as a former middle school and university band director at Syracuse University, combined with composing and editing have placed Larry at the forefront of music for school ensembles. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Music Education from Florida State University and Masters Degrees in Conducting and Composition from James Madison University. For more on Larry Clark, visit his website: www.larryclarkmusic.com