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Richard Stoltzman (리차드 스톨츠만)

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Omaha, NE, America

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1942/07/12~

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Richard Stoltzman (b. July 12, 1942) is an American clarinetist. Stoltzman was born in Omaha, Nebraska and spent his early years in San Francisco, California and Cincinnati, Ohio, graduating from Woodward High School in 1960. Today, Stoltzman is part of the faculty list at the New England Conservatory.

Stoltzman is perhaps the most well-known clarinetist who primarily plays classical music. He has played with over 100 orchestras, as well as many chamber groups and solo recitals, and has won many awards and made many recordings.

Stoltzman also plays some jazz music on the clarinet. Some of his recordings, such as his album "New York Counterpoint," feature his jazz and modern music. In 1983, Stoltzman commissioned composer/arranger Clare Fischer to write a symphonic work using Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn themes. The result, "The Duke, Swee'pea and Me", an eleven and a half minute orchestral work, was performed with a symphony orchestra and Stoltzman on clarinet all around the world.

Stoltzman earned a Bachelor's Degree from Ohio State University with a double major in music and mathematics. He then studied with Professor Keith Wilson at the Yale School of Music, where he received the Master of Music degree. He worked toward a doctoral degree at Columbia University. He has been a longtime student of master clarinet pedagogue Kalmen Opperman of New York. Together, they founded the Clarinet Summit, a semi-regular international gathering of clarinetists since the 1990s. He has also recorded with the Kalmen Opperman Clarinet Choir.

 

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