Silverwood Clarinet Choir
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Comments from our audience:
♫ “The SSC stands proudly among the best clarinet choirs in the world, groups such as Toronto’s Wychwood Clarinet Choir, Los Angeles Clarinet Choir, Rochester’s New Horizon’s Clarinet Choir and England’s South Wales Clarinet Choir…. As such, “Silverwood” sounds more like a friendly conversation than a cerebral exercise in music theory. Its rippling rhythms give way to declaratory hellos, celebratory huzzahs and a few good-natured chuckles all punctuated by starting stop times.” Russ Tarby , Eagle Newspapers, April 25, 2013 (click for the complete article).
♫ I loved listening to some of your pieces you have on video and am inspired to give you a couple of pieces. Sean O'Boyle
♫ There was certainly a lot of buzz about the performance --all of it very positive. It was a great program -- and so many people had never seen, let alone heard clarinets played together as a choir.
♫ It is nice to hear a wonderful clarinet choir. Keep up the good work. Michael Fox. Clarinet Connexions
♫ Great interpretation! Great Performers and the great director.
♫ Our top picks for things do to in Central New York this weekend include three different types of music and hot food. In music, check out a free concert Thursday by Silverwood Clarinet Choir at Temple Concord in Syracuse. By Mark Bialczak/The Post-Standard
♫ I found your youtube videos and am very impressed with the repertoire you guys play. I am the clarinet professor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and am starting a clarinet choir. In researching music, the Silverwood Clarinet Choir kept coming up. -Melissa Koprowski
♫ Very touched by the beautiful job on the Clarinet Circus performance videos. Ed (Cansino - composer) would have been delighted. I'm so glad you chose to perform this extraordinary work. Your guys obviously love it--that shows in the performance. Congrats! Thanks for sending. Margaret Thornhill
♫ Useon Bryan Choi Happy Holidays and a million thanks to the Silverwood Clarinet Choir Wow great~... Big fan of the Silverwood Clarinet Choir. You guys are the model for our clarinet group here in Montana. Lectric city licorice sticks ~
♫ What a fun piece, and of course expertly performed. Bravo!
♫ The concert was outstanding and exciting. Susan
♫ Last year I listened to your recording of Clarinet Poem by Cailliet and was very touched. It's inspired me to start a clarinet choir at my school. Joseph
♫ Composition played perfectly and with the participation of great Musicians.
♫ Music we love to listen to! Toe-tappin', easy listenin'! Great sound! Thanks!
♫ We really enjoyed last Thursday's concert; my daughter's friend is a JD Middle School clarinet player, and I think she was inspired! Thanks! Andra
♫ Bravo! You all sounded awesome! John
♫ Your performance was such a huge hit that we'd love to have you come back next year. Here are all of the available dates I have right now... please let me know if anything looks good. Vicki
♫ I really enjoyed the concert in Oneida last night. Becki
♫ Wow! Nice work! Gordon
♫ Hi, I'm Antonio Fraioli, Italian clarinetist and composer. Congratulations for your wonderful musical activities! I hope to meet you in the future! Perhaps we can organize something together!
Greetings from Italy, Antonio Fraioli
A Fall Festival of Music
Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 2:00 PM
Community Library of Dewitt & Jamesville
5110 Jamesville Road, Dewitt, NY 13078
The Silverwood Clarinet Choir is pleased to present the free opening concert for the Community Library of DeWitt & Jamesville on Sunday on October 22 at 2:00PM. The library has recently moved and just opened its new location at 5110 Jamesville Road, DeWitt, NY 13078. Halloween is around the corner and Silverwood will present some spooky and light hits from the present to the past. Batman, Pirates of the Caribbean, Gollum’s Song and Creaturehouse will be contrasted to old time hits such as Grieg’s In the Hall of the Mountain King and Offenbach’s Can-Can. Much of the music was arranged for the Silverwood Clarinet Choir by composers and arrangers from the United Kingdom, Peru, Canada, and of course the United States.
A Clarinet Evening with Marco
Five concerts and events from July 25 to 30, 2017 with Marco Mazzini.
Professor Marco Antonio Mazzini from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
Music - Uniting the World