Peter Stoll is a musician in Toronto, Canada, playing all sizes of the clarinet family and saxophone, for symphonic and opera orchestras, new music ensembles, and in freelance chamber concerts as well as solo recitals. He teaches privately, and at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto, where, in addition to clarinet lessons, Peter coaches chamber music, teaches a woodwind performance class, and runs a course in the Business of Music.
Another side of his career is frequent music festival adjudication, and examining for The Royal Conservatory of Music. Peter has authored a number of recent articles for the International Clarinet Association journal and other publications, and was the chief compiler of the 2014 clarinet examination syllabus for the Conservatory; these are all available for reading and download here on the Publications page. This page also hosts a link to a published arrangement, and in time may expand to include some of his other arrangements, and cadenzas.
- Peter has a busy fall and winter shaping up, with university and private teaching, as well as orchestral, chamber music and contemporary concerts
- Peter is looking forward to playing the Mozart Clarinet Quintet with the Zemlinsky String Quartet from Prague on Sunday October 22 at 5pm. The concert will be at St.Wenceslaus Church, 496 Gladstone Avenue (one block east off Dufferin south of Bloor Street. Parking is available on the premises).
- Peter will be playing a solo recital at UofT with faculty pianist Steven Philcox on Thursday November 30 at noon in Walter Hall on campus
- Peter recently served as a Chamber Music category adjudicator for the National Music Festival
- A huge congratulations to Peter's recent UofT graduate Gavin Warren, who just won the audition for Principal Clarinet of the Etobicoke Philharmonic Orchestra!
- Congratulations to Peter's private high school student Nicholas Pantelica on achieving a Gold Medal for the highest overall exam mark at the Royal Conservatory in his Grade 5 category! Nicholas just achieved a mark of 90 on his level 6 clarinet exam, so his hard work and good results are continuing...