David Blumberg is the Clarinet Faculty of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s International Summer Music Festival, teaching alongside Principal Clarinetist, and Juilliard Clarinet Faculty Member Ricardo Morales.
|Private Lesson – 30 minutes||$85|
|Private Lesson – 60 minutes||$140|
|Master Class – 120 minutes||$240|
Available: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday
Time: Morning & Afternoon
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David Blumberg is the Clarinet Faculty of the Philadelphia Orchestra’s International Summer Music Festival, teaching alongside Principal Clarinetist, and Juilliard Clarinet Faculty Member Ricardo Morales. He has had quite an active, and diverse musical experience as a Performer, Instructor, Reed Clinician, and as a Music Producer. His students have won numerous competitions including 1st Runner up of the International Clarinet Association Young Artist Competition, 1st Prize Wind Category in the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, the Interlochen Michigan Music Festival Concerto Competition, the Matinee Music Society Competition (Curtis Institute), and the U.S. Air Force Band competition. He taught the only Wind Finalist in the 1991, and 1992 Philadelphia Orchestra Student Soloist Competition. His students have been featured on WFLN-FM Philadelphia Classical Radio in the “Live from the Settlement School” Broadcasts. In 1987 one of his Saxophone students was selected to perform and tour with the Duke Ellington All Star Jazz Band conducted by Wynton Marsalis. He has taught numerous 1st Chair Pennsylvania All State Band Students on both Clarinet and Saxophone including the 1st Chair All State Pennsylvania for Clarinet, and Alto Saxophone in the past 5 years. A Clarinet Student of his in 2012 Won 2nd Prize in the International Clarinet Association Orchestral Audition Competition. In 1992 at age 28, he was the youngest teacher ever to have a student as a Winner in the International Clarinet Association Young Artist Competition, and his student was the only High School Student admitted to the Competition.
He studied with Anthony Gigliotti for 7 years (at Temple University where he got his Orchestral Performance Degree), and was one of the 2 American Clarinetist’s selected to participate in the 1988 Robert Marcellus Scotia Music Festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He gave the Philadelphia Premiere of the T.C. David Trio #1 for Clarinet, Violin, and Piano in 1985 with Asst. Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra Nancy Bean. He was the Principal Clarinetist for the 1987 Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestral Seminar. Mr. Blumberg studied Chamber Music under Philadelphia Orchestra Musicians Murray Panitz, Bernard Garfield, Richard Woodhams, Anthony Gigliotti, and Smithsonian Chamber Player Lambert Orkis.
Mr. Blumberg is a Performing Artist/Clinician for the Rico Reserve Reed, and Backun Winds.
Symphony Orchestra of America – “Those Fabulous Americans” David Blumberg – Clarinetist
John Williams Clarinet Concerto – Michele Zukovsky Clarinetist, John Williams Conducting, David Blumberg Producer.
Brahms Clarinet Quintet – Michele Zukovsky performing with the Sequoia Quartet – David Blumberg Producer.
Weber Clarinet Quintet/Mozart Clarinet Quintet – Michele Zukovsky Clarinetist featuring Violinist Jaime Laredo – David Blumberg Producer
Online Producer of Slovenian Sym. RTF Principal Clarinetist Joze Kotar, and Dusan Sodja.