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Digital Clarinet Academy

Digital Clarinet Academy

This article was posted on 28 Jan 2021.

The Digital Clarinet Academy offers a combination of vivid digital training, live group coaching, and specialised workshops to help clarinettists fill gaps in their training.

Its primary offering is the subscription-based ‘Thrive’ programme, designed around the holistic philosophy that musicians need to focus as much on instrument technique as other essential skills, including mental resilience, lifestyle considerations, time management skills and emotional wellbeing.

Subscribers gain exclusive access to five events per month (two training sessions, two masterclasses, one rep session), PDFs and workbooks, lifetime access to the video library of all classes, lectures and presentations, and more. If you’d like to take part you need to be quick – enrolment is open until 31 January for participation in January to April.

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The Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain is a company limited by guarantee registered in England No. 3010228, whose registered office is at Flat 51, Parkview Apartments, 122 Chrisp Street, London, E14 6ET. Email: membership(@) cassgb.org. Tel: 01642 769 558

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