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The UD Clarinet Ensemble has been invited to present ararely heard and exceptionally challenging ensemble piece at the 2011International ClarinetFest Conference, one of the largest gatherings ofclarinet musicians in the world.Playing "Three Elegies" by Gavin Bryars and a studentarrangement of a Bach Chorale, the five-year-old ensemble will serve as ambassadorsfor the Music Department at the August conference, which will be held in LosAngeles."Being part of this international gathering of clarinetistsallows students to meet professionals from around the world while learningabout new clarinet repertoire, instrument development and performancetechniques," said Marianne Gythfeldt, associate professor and director of thestudent ensemble. The International Clarinet Association, which hosts theannual conference, expects between 1500 and 1700 participants this year.
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