"A fantastic clarinetists, most of the worlds great Orchestras do not have such a player"W. Kushner Berlin philharmonic
"Simon Cole has every ability and quality a musician could want"Noam Sheriff Conductor, Israel
"Talented and gifted, using the clarinet to express and communicate"
Richard Stoltzman clarinetist/recording artist
"The pattern of progress can be compared to an oncoming tide-wave after wave moves onward seemingly with the same upsurge, but once in a while, one of the waves reaches ahead of the others, and then seems to be followed by the others, until the same motion occurs anew. Progress always moves forward-it is never still. The minute one feels that a certain level has been achieved at that precise moment one stops progressing, unless one tries to reach a higher level still or else regression starts and the level goes down. Perfection does not exist, but the ambition to reach it makes for unending progress and self satisfaction." Bonade
Has played Principal clarinet with numerous orchestras including winning international auditions for Rishon Orchestra Israel, Banff Opera orchestra. Simoncolemusic.com His website
for membersThe RCM Grade 1 Alto saxophone Exam: scales, arpeggios and selected repertoire.Online play along versions with adjustable speedPrintable Sheet MusicCD recordingUse the buletin board to make a request.
Read more: Another award for the One Song Universus
cost 50/month.( Payable $150 for a 3 month term)
Read more: Composer Simon Cole Awarded
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Students are claiming thier spaces already more than half have booked a time.
Lessons can be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length. Usually, lesson length is determined by a student’s age, ability and experience. 30 minute lessons are perfect for beginners. Due to the physical nature of wind instruments, longer lesson times can become tiring. For the first year or two, a 30 minute lesson should suffice unless RCM exams are being taken. 45 minute lessons would be recommended for students of high school age who have been playing for more than 2 years and for those taking RCM exams, Grades 2 – 6. 60 minute lessons are ideal for more advanced students, adult learners and those taking RCM Grade 8 and beyond.
In other words if you want to play in orchestra or do an exam or compete you should be taking an hour lesson.
IMLSP http://imslp.org/wiki/LA Clarinet http://www.clarinetinstitute.com/
plays Yamaha CSG clarinets. A refined and ringing tone, superb tuning and response.
Private performance April 14
PGSO April 21
Wind World Alban classical school show April 23 and 30