Teacher Profile: Maryanne Lacaille

Maryanne Lacaille

Maryanne Lacaille

Instrument(s): Clarinet, Piano, Woodwinds

City: Seattle

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    About Maryanne Lacaille

    Music is math and math is science and at the end of the day, so is music. But music is quite mysterious and enchanting. Maryanne teaches the whole student, not just their fingers. She takes each of her clarinet students a little further with their clarinet than when they first walk in the door or in the case on online lessons, a little further than when they first click "chat". She values character development and emotional health throughout the education process. The clarinet provides Maryanne with a personal growth and creative development- She longs to see her students reap these benefits from learning the instrument so many love to hear played. Her lessons provide a direct approach to air support, correct fingering position and how to achieve a beautiful dark tone by learning correct phrasing, air stream and clean articulation. Learning all the important repertoire such as orchestral excerpts, opera and the important solo works for clarinet will be included as we work together to achieve the desired results.

    Maryanne Lacaille has been teaching clarinet lessons for over 20 years throughout the Pacific Northwest and is a Buffet Clinician, a Rico Reed Artist and records with Trio di Buson in New York. In 2008, Trio di Buson made their debut concert at Merkin Hall with a world premiere of composer/pianist John Alan Rose's "Busons Ballet" which was written for the group which received a successful review by Anthony Aibel from the New York Concert Review Magazine. Maryanne has toured with Phantom of the Opera and Carousel in the US and West Side Story in Italy and Germany. Maryanne maintains a clarinet studio of over 38 in Seattle and works as a freelance clarinetist in recording, orchestras and solo appearances.

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