Holly Clemans – Flute
Holly Clemans teaches at Concordia University, Ann Arbor, MI and is the founder and director of the Concordia Flute Camp. She is a private flute teacher in Canton, and has been active as a soloist, orchestral musician, and clinician for many years. She currently performs with Flute Fusion & the Mosaic Chamber Ensemble; and has been a member of the Plymouth, MI and Arlington, VA Symphonies; the Minnesota Opera Orchestra and Composers’ Forum; and chamber ensembles in Washington, D.C. and Minneapolis/St. Paul. She soloed with the Concordia University Wind Ensemble at Carnegie Hall in 2016. Former faculty positions include Olivet College, Carleton College, and William Tyndale College.
Chris Wheeler – Oboe
Chris Wheeler is an oboist based in the mid-Michigan area, performing regularly with ensembles including the Michigan Philharmonic and Adrian Symphony, and also subs with many others, including the Lansing Symphony and Southwest Michigan Symphony.
Andrew Sprung – Clarinet
Phone: (810) 772-1235
Web site: www.andrewsprung.com
Dr. Andrew Sprung is Adjunct Instructor of Clarinet at Spring Arbor University and Hillsdale College and Second Clarinetist of the Traverse Symphony Orchestra (Traverse City). He has performed with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Lansing Symphony Orchestra, Grand Rapids Ballet, Battle Creek Symphony Orchestra, and many others.
Margaret Albrecht – Clarinet and Saxophone
cell: (248) 794-0751
Michigan based clarinetist, Margaret Albrecht is an active teacher throughout the greater Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Dexter and Plymouth areas. Margaret is an equally active performer, playing in both small and large ensembles with particular emphasis on orchestral playing and small chamber contemporary music.
Margaret earned her Specialist Degree and Masters Degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of Michigan and her Bachelors degree in Clarinet Performance from Western Michigan University.
Jim Westhoff – Bassoon
After experimenting as a clarinetist, bassoonist, pianist, percussionist, drum major, composer, conductor, and basketball center-forward before college; Jim decided to focus on studying bassoon performance at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore where he received his bachelor’s degree. Then, while performing with the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, he earned masters’ degrees in bassoon performance and music theory/composition at Wichita State University. He has also held positions with orchestras such as the Annapolis and Kenosha Symphonies, and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.
Brian Flemming – Saxophone
Brian is a saxophonist with nearly 20 years of teaching experience in southeast Michigan. He has instructed various woodwind sections and taught private lessons at several area schools, including Plymouth-Canton Education Park, Walled Lake Central, Novi, Lakeland, Lake Orion, and Pinckney. Past students of Brian’s have gone on to study music at University of Michigan, Michigan State, and Western Michigan University.
Don Buckmaster – Saxophone & Clarinet
Don is a highly recommended Clarinet & Saxophone teacher in Metro Detroit. He is the go-to professional for all events in Tri-State area and is a teacher of students of all abilities for over 30yrs. Don is an excellent teacher and if interested in studying with him, his contact information can be obtained from Mr Penderel.
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