CASSGB magazines

Category: CASSGB Clarinet Classical Jazz Saxophone | Date posted: 15 June 2020

Author: Andrew Smith

The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain publshes a quarterly magazine. You can download the feature article from the current magazine below, as well as selected articles from magazines over the past two years.
Winter 2020 - Timothy McAllister

One of the world’s most eminent classical saxophonists talks to Michael Pearce about his career and work ethic, supporting his students through the coronavirus pandemic, and being the dedicatee of John Adams’ Saxophone Concerto

Autumn 2020 - Anat Cohen

Stephanie Reeve hears from the clarinettist Anat Cohen about her passion for Brazilian choro music and a new album of ‘chamber jazz’

Summer 2020 - Lee Konitz: 1927-2020

Kenneth Morris pays tribute to a most influential master saxophonist

Spring 2020 - Carlos Ferreira

The Philharmonia Orchestra in London has appointed a new principal clarinettist: Carlos Ferreira, still a few years off his 30th birthday. Michael Pearce meets him.

Winter 2019 - Andrew Marriner

Andrew Marriner took up the position of principal clarinet with the London Symphony Orchestra in 1986. This year he retired from the orchestra after a
remarkable 33 years in post. He speaks to Chris Walters about his career

Autumn 2019 - Marius Neset

Marius Neset is a Norwegian saxophonist and composer whose contemporary jazz stylings have caught the attention of leading European orchestras, including the London Sinfonietta, with whom he is now working on a second collaboration. He tells Michael Pearce about his journey and this latest project with the Sinfonietta, entitled Viaduct.

Summer 2019 - Jane Booth

Chris Walters meets Jane Booth, the classical clarinettist and early instruments pioneer who remains as active as ever as a performer while also finding time to head up a new mentoring programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.

Spring 2019 - Xhosa Cole

Last November, 22-year-old saxophonist Xhosa Cole was named BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year, an achievement made possible through the work of local music education projects in Birmingham. Michael Pearce hears his story.

Andrew Smith

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