Theodore Schoen has performed, toured and recorded with the St Paul Chamber Orchestra and has been a frequent performer with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, including playing on several of their recordings. He has served as the Principal Clarinetist with the Atlanta Opera Orchestra and the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as Bass Clarinetist with the Florida Symphony Orchestra and has performed with the Grand Teton Festival Orchestra, Bellingham Festival Orchestra, Naples Philharmonic, Florida Orchestra, and the Jacksonville Symphony.
He received his B.M. and M.M. degrees from the Juilliard School and his D.M.A. from Florida State University. His teachers were Stanley Drucker, Joseph Allard, Charles Russo, and Anthony Ciccarelli. An active chamber music soloist, Schoen has given solo recitals at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Recital Hall and in Novouralsk, Russia. He also performed the Mozart Clarinet Concerto with the Ural State Philharmonic in Ekaterinberg. Currently the Professor of Clarinet at the University of Minnesota Duluth, he received the prestigious University of Minnesota McKnight Presidential Fellow Award in 2005.
|Clarinet Ensemble Music - PIAZZOLLA, A. / HARBISON, J. / SCHULLER, G. / PERSICHETTI, V. (Schoen, Ardan, Morales, Paradise) (Clarinet Hive)
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