Peter Stoll, Clarinetist - Teaching

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I enjoy teaching all ages and levels, from advanced college students to talented high school players wanting help with their ensemble music or preparing for college auditions, and also beginners or adult amateurs getting back into playing. I teach all sizes of both clarinet and saxophone at my studio in the east end of Toronto. My teaching style stresses a positive and encouraging approach, combined with high standards and much specific work on technical foundations and making a beautiful sound. Beyond technique and sound-production, we apply all of this to the music, to bring out maximum expression and colours, both for our own enjoyment, and that of our listeners!

Past students have obtained entrance scholarships at all the major Ontario universities, won the Gold Medal for top mark at an RCM exam level in Ontario, and excelled at local and provincial music competitions.

I often present school clinics, workshops and master classes, from clarinet, saxophone or woodwind sectionals right up to full ensemble rehearsals, and I've also played many in-school solo concerts, sometimes featuring as many as 9 different sizes of instrument!

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