Stephen Moore Resume

Stephen C. Moore
7460 Kitty Hawk #394
Converse, TX 78109
(210) 255-7122

General information:
There are two things I am good at in life- network engineering and the clarinet! I do not have any music degrees, but I do take my playing very seriously and work hard to maintain a professional level of ability. I further my education through practice, conferences, research, and instruction from respected sources. I try to program recitals every 2-3 years. In the past, I have been known as somewhat of a contemporary music specialist; in my future recitals I plan to return to the core literature of which I've studied but never performed. I recently moved to San Antonio and I'm actively looking for musical opportunities in the area. I am also considering a recording project in the near future.

Principal teachers:
Larry Mentzer, former principal clarinet, San Antonio Symphony, 2016-present
Laroy Borchert, professor of clarinet, New Mexico State University, 1997-2012
John Nielsen, freelance saxophone and clarinet artist, Southern New Mexico 1991-1997

Masterclasses and/or brief study:
Ricardo Morales, professor of Clarinet, Juilliard School (online studies at ArtistWorks)
John de la Paz, DMA candidate, University of Arizona
Elsa Ludewig-Verdehr, retired professor of clarinet, Michigan State University
Richard Shanley, retired professor of clarinet, Baylor College
Edwin Riley, retired professor of clarinet, UNC Greensboro
Christopher Jones, principal clarinet, West Point Band
Robert Spring, professor of clarinet, Arizona State University
David Ross, professor of clarinet, University of Texas El Paso

International Clarinet Association Young Artist, 2003 Salt Lake City, semifinalist

Prickly Pear Clarinet Ensemble, Eb clarinet, 2015-present
Heart of Texas Concert Band, Eb clarinet, 2013-present
Incarnate Word Orchestra, co-principal clarinet, 2014-present
Mozart Festival Orchestra, 2nd clarinet, 2015-present
El Paso Wind Symphony, 2nd chair clarinet/substitute Eb, 2006-2013
Edge of Texas Concert Band, principal clarinet, 2009-2013
Las Cruces Symphony, 3rd clarinet/bass clarinet, 2000-2004
Roswell Symphony, substitute 3rd clarinet/bass clarinet, 2000-2001
New Horizons Symphony, principal clarinet, 2012
El Paso Symphony, #3 on call list, 2007-2013
Southwest Chamber Winds, 2nd clarinet, 2013
NMSU Symphonic Winds, bass clarinet 1997-1999, principal clarinet/Eb clarinet, 2000-2004
NMSU PRIDE of New Mexico Marching Band, 1997-2000
NMSU Roadrunner Revue, 1998-2004
Dona Ana Lyric Opera, Principal/2nd clarinet, 1997-2004
Phatgeoque Clarinet Quartet, 1998-2001
Numerous pickup groups for concerts and recordings, El Paso/Las Cruces area

Recitals in 2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, and 2009 with more to come!

Literature performed:
Nielsen - Concerto, Francaix - Concerto, Mozart - Concerto, Debussy - Premiere Rhapsodie, Krommer - Concerto for Two Clarinets Op. 35, Poulenc - Sonata, Castelnuovo-Tedesco - Sonata, Saint-Saens - Sonata, Mihalovici - Sonata, Horovitz - Sonatina, Coleman - Sonata, Hindemith - Sonata, Francaix - Theme and Variations, Schumann - Fantasiestucke, Lefevre - Sonata No. 1, Muczynski - Time Pieces, Larsen - Dancing Solo, Okumura - Two Pieces, Ponchielli - Il Convegno, Finzi - Five Bagatelles, David - E-Type Jag, Ewazen - Ballade, Piazzolla - Histoire du Tango, Sierra - Cinco Bocetos, Goodwin - Leblanc Suite

Literature studied:
Too numerous to list. I take great interest in "working up" literature (even if I have no venue for performance) and have studied most of the core concertos, chamber pieces, and orchestral excerpts.

Bb, Leblanc Opus, first generation, Gao-Cohler barrels and bell, Behn Vintage model D mouthpiece, Ishimori rose gold ligature, Pilgerstorfer Dolce 4.5/Vandoren V-12 4.5
A, Leblanc Opus, second generation, Gao-Cohler barrels and bell
Eb, Patricola CL1, Richard Hawkins model B, Rovner ligature, Vandoren V-12 4.5 reeds
C, Ridenour Lyrique
I do not currently own a bass clarinet, expecting purchase 2017

Updated:  May 18, 2016

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