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15 Sep 2019

Volume 44, Number 3

This issue's articles include:

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.
Michael Pearce
A life in music
The clarinettist Leslie Craven, recently retired as principal clarinet of the Welsh National Opera after more than 25 years in the hot seat, describes his unique and challenging musical journey
Leslie Craven
Collision course
The Apollo and Artvark Saxophone Quartets have launched a landmark collaborative album of original music.
Rob Buckland
A marketeer on musicianship
Thoughts, born of a career in management consultancy, on the science of marketing oneself as a professional single-reed performer and entrepreneur
Kenneth Morris
Benslow at 90
The story of Benslow Music, the celebrated residential music school for adult learners, which celebrates a major anniversary this year
Neil Crossley
Conservatoire or university?
As an aspiring clarinettist or saxophonist, should you choose university or conservatoire? It may depend on where you ultimately want to end up.
Alastair Penman
Mouthpiece matters
Why saxophonists need both a classical and a jazz mouthpiece, plus recommendations on the best brands and models.
Chuck Currie

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