Clifford Leaman


Clifford Leaman a choisi d'interpréter:
Clifford Leaman has chosen to perform:

Leslie Bassett

Concerto for Alto Saxophone *

[saxophone alto et orchestre symphonique / alto saxophone and symphonic orchestra]

avec la participation de:
with the participation of:

Orchestre symphonique de Laval

n/d-n/a, direction / conductor

*Création / World premiere

Clifford Leaman, currently professor of saxophone and jazz at Furman University, received the Bachelor of Science degree in music education from Lebanon Valley College, and the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in performance from The University of Michigan where he was a student of Donald Sinta.

He was the Saxophone Lecturer at Eastern Michigan University and Visiting Professor of Music at The University of Michigan prior to his appointment at Furman University. He is also the Music Division co-chair for the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and serves as editor of reviews for the Saxophone Symposium. Prior to his appointment at Furman, Leaman served on the faculty at Eastern Michigan University, and was visiting professor of saxophone at The University of Michigan. His teachers include Donald Sinta and David Bilger.

Leaman is in great demand as a soloist and clinician and has performed and given clinics extensively throughout the Eastern United States. Previous recordings include Henry Brant's Concerto for Saxophone with Nine Instruments (Redwood Records) and Ernst Pepping's Suite für Trompete, Saxophon, und Posaune (CRS) on compact disc. He has recently released a compact disc in collaboration with pianist Derek Parsons for the Equilibrium label, "Brillance", (EQ-21) featuring the works of Bassett, Bolcom, Lennon, Kilstofte, and Gotkovsky. An avid supporter of contemporary music, he has commissioned and given the world premiere performances of numerous pieces and is the editor of new music reviews for The Saxophone Symposium. Leaman is an artist-clinician for the Selmer Company, Inc.

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