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Thomas Martin is the Associate Principal Clarinettist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Principal Clarinettist of the Boston Pops. An actively sought after soloist, orchestral and chamber musician, he has toured throughout the world and has had the privilege of working with many of the greatest conductors, singers and instrumentalists over the past thirty years. He has appeared as a featured soloist numerous times on the American PBS television program Evening at Pops. In 1998 he gave the United States East Coast première of Elliot Carter’s Clarinet Concert at the Tanglewood Music Festival. With soprano Lucy Shelton he gave the world première performance of Elliot Carter’s Poems of Louis Zukofsky, during the 2009 Tanglewood Music Festival. Thomas Martin teaches at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

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