New Horizon's Clarinet Choir

Choir Members

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Tom Ashby Bb and Eb... View Profile
Ann Brown Bb... View Profile
George Brown Bb... View Profile
Rivka Chatman Bb... View Profile
Lori Cyr Bb, alto. Conductor... View Profile
Helen Darrow Bb... View Profile
Joan Fulton Bb... View Profile
Dana Johnson Bb... View Profile
Don Kirk Native of Erie, PA Education: Youngsville (PA) high school, 1953, Penn State, B.S. in chemical engineering, 1957. Family: Wife, Jean; children, Steve (Ontario, NY) and Susan (Walworth, NY), who has a husband and two teenage girls. Professional history: Pulp and paper research, Hammermill Paper Company, Erie, PA, 1957-1973 (interrupted by military service, 1958-1960); Environmental compliance manager, H.J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, PA, retired 1998. Residence: After 41 years in the same house, we moved from Pittsburgh, PA to Fairport, NY in July 2014 so that we can grow old near our children.... View Profile
Jeanne LaBarbera I was a music education major in college. Piano was my instrument. After a long career as a Social worker I joined this Clarinet Choir. It turned out to be a love of mine. I also tap dance and am a member of the Oasis Tappers.... View Profile
Barbara Lovenheim Bb... View Profile
Michael McKain I started with the clarinet in grade school and then playing in high school and college bands. Until I joined this organization about 10 years ago, I hadn't played for about 45 years. Taking lessons from Eastman teachers and studying with the amazing conductors and mentors here has allowed me to regain many of the skills and some of the quality I vaguely recall from my youth. I'm playing the bass and alto clarinet in the NH clarinet choir, and bass in the NH symphonic band. I also play alto sax in the Big Band where sometime I get to sing. I try to practice every chance I get.... View Profile
Dot Meyer Bb... View Profile
Judy Rose Bass... View Profile
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David Shulman I play the clarinet in the NH Symphonic Band and Clarinet Ensemble. I also play in the Kodak Band. I am a Rochester native and attended #8 School and Franklin High. I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Rochester in 1964 and my D.D.S. from SUNY Buffalo in 1968. I was a Captain in the U.S. Army from 1969-1970, serving one year in Vietnam. I practiced dentistry in Rochester and Greece for 38 years and retired in 2007. I took clarinet lessons at Hochstein Music School for about seven years, and played in my grade school and high school bands. I have been married to my wife, Elaine, for 44 years and have two adult daughters. Deborah lives in Virginia Beach, Va. where she is a psychologist in their school system. Lisa lives in Seattle, Washington, works as a medical researcher, and is completing a graduate degree in social work. My father played clarinet, a... View Profile
Ken Scott Kenneth Scott recently retired from 33 years of public school teaching in Wayne and Oswego Counties. Through that time he was an active member of NYSSMA and MENC and was a NYSSMA adjudicator of woodwinds for 12 years. During his tenure, Ken directed band, jazz ensemble, clarinet and saxophone choirs, and other various small ensembles from grades 4 through 12. In addition, he taught theory and composition geared to fulfill the three and five credit NYS music sequence. While teaching in Hannibal, NY, Ken co-directed a community band with member’s ages ranging from 19 to 83. In 1977 Ken graduated from the Crane School of Music in Potsdam, NY with a B.M. in music education and performance. Earning a MS/CAS in Educational Administration from SUNY Oswego in 1989, Ken served as Music Department Chair for three years in Oswego County before moving back to Rochester.Ken Scott reside... View Profile
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Alan Woy Alan Woy retired from full-time teaching at the Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam in 2004. He has continued to lead an active musical life as a performer, teacher, and conductor. As an Emeritus Professor at Crane, he currently teaches adjunct clarinet. A faculty member at Crane since 1971, he taught studio clarinet, woodwind techniques, and conducting. He was also a chamber music coach and band director for many years, most recently conducting the Crane Wind Ensemble. Dr. Woy is currently principal clarinet and a charter member of the Potsdam Clarinet Quartet, the Orchestra of Northern New York, and Northern Symphonic Winds. He was a member of the Potsdam Woodwind Quintet for 33 years until his retirement. He is a member of the Onyx Clarinet Quartet.... View Profile
Roxanne Woy bass... View Profile
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Laura Baldwin Bb... View Profile
Bob Geraci Bb... View Profile
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John Caselli Bb and alto... View Profile
Brad Willard Bass Clarinet: See some of his musical productions. View Profile