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BILL JACKSON

Bil Jackson

Bil Jackson, currently principal clarinet of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and the Aspen Chamber Symphony, studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy and Northwestern University and has worked under Robert Marcellus and George Silfies. In 1976 he became the only player to win the International Clarinet Competition twice. He has performed with the Charlotte Symphony, Honolulu Symphony, and Dallas Chamber orchestras. In addition to classical appearances, he works with pianist Bill Douglas presenting concerts that offer an exciting format of classical and contemporary music. He is also on the faculties of the University of Northern Colorado and the Aspen Music Festival.


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