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JEAN KOPPERUD

Jean Kopperud is one of the most versatile and innovative clarinettists appearing before the public today, known for her virtuoso performances both in the concert hall and in music theatre. A graduate of the Juilliard School and former pupil of Nadia Boulanger, she has toured internationally as a concert soloist and chamber musician. National acclaim for her performances of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Harlekin, a tour-de-force for dancing clarinettist, resulted in her Avery Fisher Hall début, presented by the New York Philharmonic. She is currently a member of the New York New Music Ensemble, the Chamber Players of the League of Composers/I.S.C.M., Washington Square Chamber players, Ensemble 21 and the Omega Ensemble. She is on the faculty of SUNY Buffalo and the Juilliard School.


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