The E-flat clarinet is one of the smallest and most mischievous members of the clarinet family.
From Mozart to Benny Goodman to The Beatles. The B-flat clarinet is the most commonly used today in Classical, Jazz, Klezmer, Folk, Pop, and more!
Prefer a "darker/ mellower tone"? Meet the "A Clarinet." Almost identical to the B-flat clarinet in appearance, the A clarinet is pitched a half-step lower!
One of Mozart's favorite instruments, the basset horn is a unique gem in the clarinet family! It is rarely heard in any ensemble today. Help us bring our basset horn and its player, Michael Bednarsky, to perform in Orlando!
It plays an octave lower than the soprano B-flat clarinet. The Italians called the instrument glicibarifono (pronounce: gleetchee bariphono, meaning "sweet-deep-sounder")
The lowest instrument of the clarinet choir! It is often used in film music for a "surreal" kind of sound. Our "Beast Paperclip" is known to be the best friend of its player, Bailey Clanin!
The estimated cost for each clarinetist to attend the 5-day convention is $470, please consider giving full sponsorship to a clarinetist!
Help send 22 members of the OSU ClariNetwork Ensemble to perform at the International Clarinet Association Convention!