Kornel Wolak

Kornel Wolak, clarinette

Highly acclaimed for his musical imagination and astonishing versatility—“Control, and a smooth, elegant expressivity… are what make Wolak shine.” (John Terauds, the Toronto Star)—Kornel Wolak frequently performs in recitals, as a soloist with American and European orchestras, and as a chamber musician. A nominee for a Fryderyk, Poland’s annual music award, he is a regular […]

André Moisan

André Moisan began his music studies with his father Gilles, who was a member of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra from 1952 to 1998. He later studied with Bob Crowley in Montréal, Larry Combs in Chicago, and with Karl Leister, former principal clarinetist of Berlin Philharmonic. Well known for his consummate mastery of the instrument, his […]

Scott Andrews

Praised as “elegant” in The Boston Globe and “extraordinary” by The New York Times, Scott Andrews has been critically acclaimed in solo and chamber music performances accross the United States. A sought-after collaborative musician, Mr. Andrews has performed with many today’s leading artists, including Jaime Laredo, Robert Mann, Christian Tetzlaff, and Christopher O’Riley. An avid […]

Simon Aldrich

Holder of a doctorate and two masters degrees from Yale University and nominated for an Opus award as “Discovery of the Year”, Simon Aldrich is currently Principal Clarinet of Orchestre Métropolitain. He has also studied at Northwestern University and McGill University. His teachers have included David Shifrin, Robert Marcellus, Joaquin Valdepeñas and Emilio Iacurto. He […]