REPERTOIRE AND SERVICES
Raven (2004), Edward Knight
Two-Letter Words (2005), Ingrid Stölzel
*Three Situations for Clarinet and Tenor Pan (2015), Jamie Whitmarsh
*The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage (2014), Brandon Nelson
*Two Days' Bar Talk (2014), Aaron Spotts
*De Profundis (2015), Joshua William Mills
*Duo for Marimba and Clarinet (2015), Olga Harris
*Duo for Bass Clarinet and Vibraphone (2012), Al Kovach
Three Pieces For Treble Wind and Guitar (1974), Libby Larsen
Prelude to a Dream (2012), Bryce Craig
Dialogue (2010), Jamie Whitmarsh
Concertino, op. 26 (1811), Carl Maria von Weber
Histoire du Tango (1986), Astor Piazzolla
SOLO AND CONCERTO WORKS
Clarinet Concerto (2000), Daniel Nelson
Concerto for Tenor Pan in C (2011), Joseph Craven
Hymnus 2 (2011), Joshua William Mills
Variations 2.0 (2013), Jamie Wind Whitmarsh
The Garden of Love (2002), Jacob TV
Tricolor Capers (1980), Eric Mandat
Zodiacal Lights (2015), Jamie Wind Whitmarsh
*Denotes Duo Rodinia commission
RESIDENCIES AND OUTREACH
Duo Rodinia is available for residencies or single performances at universities, festivals, secondary schools, community venues, and charity events. A variety of educational activities and collaborative performances are also available.
DUO RECITALS: Featuring a variety of contemporary and adapted works, accessible to all audiences.
SOLO RECITALS: In addition to a duo recital, both performers offer solo recitals including a variety of repertoire ranging from baroque to contemporary.
CONCERTO PERFORMANCES: Both performers are available for collaborations with orchestras performing exciting, rarely heard concerti.
MASTERCLASSES or LESSONS: Both performers enjoy working with students individually or in masterclasses for clarinet, percussion, composition, and chamber music coaching.
COMPOSITION READINGS: Student compositions for clarinet, bass clarinet, marimba, vibraphone, small multiple percussion, or combinations thereof may be read through and discussed.
LECTURES: Topics for all musicians include 21st century professional development and self-generated employment opportunities, rehearsal techniques in chamber music, building a professional chamber ensemble, repertoire resources, adapting or arranging works, and the commissioning process. Instrument, or instrument family specific lecture topics are also offered.