News and Upcoming Events

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02.25.2022 // College Music Society Southwest Regional Conference

Katrina Clements will present a Lecture Recital entitled "Sights and Sounds: Multimedia in 21st-Century Music Performance Featuring Two Works for Clarinet, Electronics, and Visuals"

Hosted by CMS | Azusa Pacific University | Azusa, California

more info here

03.25.2022 // "Le Voyage Autour du Monde" Celebrating Women in the Arts Festival

Katrina Clements, clarinet and Olga Kim, piano will perform as a part of the Arts at Nativity 2021-2022 Concert Series Celebrating Women in the Arts Festival. The program will celebrate female composers from the past and present including works for clarinet and piano by 20th century composers from around the world, as well as the contemporary American composer Amanda Harberg.

Episcopal Church of the Nativity | Scottsdale, Arizona

more info here

07.02.2022 // ClarinetFest 2022 "Connecting People, Ideas, and Cultures"

Katrina Clements will perform two works for clarinet and multimedia including the world premiere of a piece for clarinet and fixed media by Gillian Rae Perry and "I'd Known this place" for clarinet and electronics by Dan Caputo with audio generative animations by Andrew Robinson.

Hosted by the International Clarinet Association | Reno/Lake Tahoe, Nevada

more info here

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Past Events and Performances

11.27.2021 & 11.28.2021 // de Profundis

Guest Clarinet with de Profundis Chorale Chamber Ensemble performing works by Gwyneth Walker and Robert Sieving

 

St. Michael and All Angels Church & Immanuel Presbyterian Church | Albuquerque, NM

07.23.2021 // ClarinetFest 2021 Virtual Conference "Flowers without Borders"

 Harbinger Duo (Katrina Clements and Vince Dominguez, clarinets) gave world premiere of LOCKSTEP for two Bb Clarinets by Jonathan Russel

Hosted by the International Clarinet Association | Ft. Worth, TX

 

07.07.2021 // Guest Virtual Presentation: MN Clarinet Academy

Guest Lecture "Expanding the Clarinet Palette: Extended Techniques and Multimedia Repertoire for Clarinet"

Hosted by Professor Alex Fiterstein | Minneapolis, MN

04.15-04.18.2021 // OH MY EARS New Music Festival

Presenting a Multimedia Recital Sound Lenses featuring a 30 minute program of works for clarinet, electronics, and visuals

Oh My Ears New Music | Phoenix, AZ

 

02.28.2021 // College Music Society Southern Regional Conference

 Sound Lenses: A Lecture Recital on Multimedia in 21st-Century Music Performance Featuring Three Works for Clarinet, Electronics, and Visuals”

Virtual Conference hosted CMS | University of Tennessee School of Music | Knoxville, TN

02.24.2021 // Guest Virtual Presentation: Ithaca College Clarinet Studio

Guest Lecture "Sound Lenses: Music for Clarinet and Multimedia in the 21st-Century"

Hosted by Dr. Aileen Razey | Ithaca College | Ithaca, NY

 

 

02.08.2021 // Guest Virtual Presentation: Kutztown University Clarinet Studio

Guest Lecture "Sound Lenses: Music for Clarinet and Multimedia in the 21st-Century"

Hosted by Dr. Aileen Razey | Kutztown University | Kutztown, PA

09.22.2020 // Guest Virtual Presentation: Peabody Clarinet Studio

Guest Lecture "Sound Lenses: Music for Clarinet and Multimedia in the 21st-Century and commissioning new music"

Hosted by Professor Alex Fiterstein | The Peabody Institute | Baltimore, MD

07.07.2020 // Minnesota Clarinet Academy (online workshop)

Guest Lecture "Sound Lenses: Music for Clarinet and Multimedia in the 21st-Century and commissioning new music"

Online Workshop | Minneapolis, MN

06.28.2020 // ClarinetFest 2020 (postponed due to Covid-19)

Harbinger Duo (Katrina Clements & Vince Dominguez, clarinets)  presents a world premiere by Jonathan Russell 

Potpourri Recital XIV

Peppermill, Tuscany 4 | Reno, Nevada

03.15.2020 // College Music Society Southwest Regional Conference 

Harbinger Duo (Katrina Clements & Vince Dominguez, clarinets)  presents a showcase recital performance of

Where Once Was Safe by Kurt Mehlenbacher 

Northern Arizona University | Flagstaff, AZ

02.09.2020 // ​"Hometown to the World" by Laura Kaminsky

ASU music theatre and opera with chamber orchestra presented Laura Kaminsky's latest commission "Hometown to the World"

Kerr Cultural Center | Scottsdale, AZ

11.26.2019 // Concerto No. 2 for clarinet and ensemble by Oscar Navarro

As a winner of the 2018-2019 Arizona State University concerto competition Katrina performed Concerto No. 2

by Oscar Navarro with the ASU Wind Symphony.

Gammage Auditorium |  ASU, Tempe, AZ

10.19.2019 // Mozart Requiem

Concerts on the Desert Series presents Mozart's Requiem with St. Barnabas Choir, Soloists and Orchestra, Katrina Clements, basset horn

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church | Scottsdale, AZ

09.14.2019 // Las Vegas Clarinet & Saxophone Extravaganza

Harbinger Duo (Katrina Clements/Vince Dominguez) performed Where Once was Safe for two clarinets

by Kurt Mehlanbacher   

College of Southern Nevada | Las Vegas, NV

07.24-07.28.2019 // ClarinetFest 2019

The Harbinger Duo (Katrina Clements/Vince Dominguez) performed a world premiere Where Once was Safe 

by Kurt Mehlanbacher   

Katrina Clements performed the world premiere of Roadrunner for clarinet and fixed media by Spencer Brand

with Video by Samuel Proctor

International Clarinet Association | University of Tennessee | Knoxville, TN

07.01-07.05.2019 // Minnesota Clarinet Academy

A five day workshop featuring masterclasses, chamber music, clarinet ensemble, and faculty and student performances

 

St. John's Episcopal Church | Minneapolis, MN

04.19.2019 // ASU Society of Composer's Reed Quintet Concert

Premiered five new works for reed quintet by composers from Arizona State University

Tempe Event Center | Tempe, AZ

04.13.2019 // "To Love This Earth" with the Flagstaff Master Chorale

Program featuring chorale music written by women composer's including Gwyneth Walker’s settings of Thoreau’s writing "To Love This Earth" for chorus, clarinet and strings.

Trinity Heights United Methodist Church | Flagstaff, AZ

04.07.2019 // Katrina Clements, Final DMA Recital

Works by Libby Larsen, Shulamit Ran, John Steinmetz, Jennifer Higdon and Alexander Arutiunian

Katzin Concert Hall | Arizona State University | Tempe, AZ