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Joseph Shiner (Clarinet, Clarinet Eflat, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Orchestral bookings (since joining Morgensterns in September 2013)

  • Orchestras: BBC National Orchestra of Wales, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra Future Firsts, London Pops Orchestra.
  • Chamber Orchestras: Orpheus Sinfonia, Royal Northern Sinfonia, Sinfonia Verdi, Sinfonia ViVA, St Paul's Sinfonia.

Joseph's orchestral work also includes

  • BBC National Orchestra of Wales
    • Nov 2012, 2nd - Piano Gala, (BBC Hoddinott Hall, broadcast on BBC Radio 3)
    • May 2013, 4th - Webern Im Sommerwind, with Francois-Xavier Roth
  • London Pops Orchestra (Princ)
    • July 2013 - Marlborough College (Princ)
  • Orpheus Sinfonia (Co-Principal)
    • Cadogan Hall with Emmanuel Despax (piano), Tomas Carroll (conductor): Co-Principal
    • Recording in Cadogan Hall
    • Beethoven: Symphony No. 1
    • Franck: Variations Symphoniques
    • Stephen Goss: Piano Concerto (world premiere)
    • Saint-Saens: Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor
  • Outcry Orchestra (Princ)

Joseph's orchestral training includes

  • London Philharmonic Orchestra Foyle Future Firsts
  • London Sinfonietta Academy
  • Orpheus Sinfonia (co-principal)
  • Outcry Orchestra
  • Britten-Pears Orchestra (Princ)
    • June 2013 - Aldeburgh Festival 'Peter Grimes on the Beach' project, recording and concert performances at Snape Maltings, conducted by Steuart Bedford, starring Alan Oke (princ)
  • Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra (Princ)
  • Royal Academy of Music Concert Orchestra (Princ)
  • Royal Academy of Music Manson Ensemble (Princ)
  • Royal Academy of Music Symphonic Wind (Princ)
  • Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra (Princ)
  • Cambridge University Opera Society Orchestra (Princ)
  • London Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Academy
  • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (Princ)
  • Wells Cathedral School Symphony Orchestra (Princ)

Joseph's solo experience includes concerto performances with

  • City of Southampton Symphony Orchestra
  • Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra (St John's Smith Square, London)
  • Outcry Ensemble
  • Cambridge Symphonic Players
  • Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra
  • Cambridge University Graduate Orchestra
  • Cambridge University New Music Group
  • Wells Cathedral School Symphony Orchestra
  • Mid-Somerset Orchestra
  • IAPS Symphony Orchestra

Joseph has also performed recitals at St Martin in the Fields (2013 debut), Cadogan Hall, King's Place, Ugbrooke Festival, Shaldon Festival, Three Choirs Festival, Two Moors Festival, Cambridge Music Festival, West Road Concert Hall, Kettle's Yard, Gonville and Caius College, Clare College, St Catharine's College, Eltham College, Royal Academy of Music, Wells Cathedral School, Bath Pump Rooms, Wells Cathedral, Exeter Cathedral, Bristol Music Club, Radio TV Hong Kong recital broadcast.

Joseph's chamber experience includes

  • Magnard Ensemble (founding member)
  • Appearances with: Endellion Quartet, Stilig Quartet, Alauda Quartet
  • Regular duo with pianist Frederick Brown (Royal Academy of Music) (credits including recitals in London, the West Country, Cambridge, and Wigmore Hall debut in October 2013 with the Worshipful Company of Musicians)
  • Cambridge University Instrumental Award for Chamber Music
  • Various chamber music recitals all around the UK and the south-east of England

Joseph's contemporary experience includes

  • London Sinfonietta Academy directed by George Benjamin: works by Benjamin, Chin, Messiaen
  • Royal Academy of Music 'Mainly New' Series with Hans Abrahamsen
  • Royal Academy of Music Elliott Carter memorial concert with Pierre-Laurent Aimard
  • Contemporary Ensemble fellowship: Atlantic Music Festival, Maine, USA

Joseph has also taken part in the following festivals

  • Atlantic Music Festival, Colby College, Maine, USA (contemporary ensemble fellow) (2012)
  • International Chamber Music Course for Winds, Blonay, Switzerland (2011)
  • London Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Academy (2008)
  • National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (Princ) (2006 - 2008)

Acclaimed for his "fluidity of tonal colour" and "highly communicative, musically intelligent, impressively insightful" playing, JOSEPH SHINER is currently building a dynamic performing career in the UK and abroad. He is the recipient of the Hattori Foundation Senior Award, the Worshipful Company of Musician's Maisie Lewis Artist Fund, the Making Music Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists, the Royal Academy of Music Buffet Crampon Clarinet Prize and the Royal Academy of Music Keith Pearson Memorial Prize.

Joseph has played principal with orchestras such as the Britten-Pears Orchestra, Orpheus Sinfonia, and London Pops Orchestra, and is steadily developing a freelance orchestral career. As well as being a founding member of the dynamic chamber group 'Magnard Ensemble', Joseph plays in a regular duo with Frederick Brown, which has been reviewed as 'a very strong duo partnership... one to watch', as well as enjoying collaborations with the Endellion and Alauda Quartets.

Joseph is highly active in contemporary music, his repertoire extending through Goehr and Berio to Nico Muhly, John Adams, and an expanding number of commissions, from composers such as Misha Mullov-Abbado, Kate Whitley and Ian Morgan-Williams. In 2012 he accepted an invitation to the Atlantic Music Festival, Maine, USA, as a Contemporary Ensemble fellows. During the four weeks of his residency Joseph premiered thirty-eight works by composition students, fellows and faculty members, including Curtis faculty members Daniel Shapiro and Robert Paterson, as well as Gravemeyer Award-winning composer George Tsontakis.

After studying at Wells Cathedral School with Dr. Kevin Murphy, Joseph read Music at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University, where he graduated with Double First Class Honours, followed by postgraduate study at the Royal Academy of Music with Mark van de Wiel, Angela Malsbury, and Chi-Yu Mo. He was supported in his studies by the Royal Academy of Music, the Stanley Picker Trust, the Kathleen Trust, the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Michael James Musical Trust, and a Musicians Benevolent Fund Postgraduate Performance Award. He currently studies with Patrick Messina (principal clarinet of Orchestre National de France).

EDUCATION

Graduate studies

Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge (Bachelor of Arts (Hons): Music - Double First Class).

Joseph's post-graduate studies took place at the Royal Academy of Music (Master of Arts: Clarinet Performance (1 year): Distinction (DipRAM).

Schools attended

Wells Cathedral School.

Prizes and Awards

  • Hattori Foundation Senior Award
  • Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists (Making Music)
  • Maisie Lewis Young Artists' Fund (Worshipful Company of Musicians)
  • Royal Academy of Music Keith Pearson Memorial Prize
  • Royal Academy of Music Buffet Crampon Clarinet Prize
  • Royal Academy of Music Patrons Award Finalist
  • Royal Academy of Music Scholarship
  • The Stanley Picker Trust (administered by the Royal Academy of Music)
  • The Countess of Munster Musical Trust
  • The Michael James Musical Trust
  • The Kathleen Trust
  • Musicians Benevolent Fund Postgraduate Performance Award
  • Cambridge University Musical Society Concerto Competition
  • Cambridge University Graduate Orchestra Concerto Competition
  • Cambridge University Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition
  • Cambridge University Instrumental Award for Chamber Music
  • BBC Young Musician of the Year Category Finalist

Teachers

Patrick Messina (current), Mark van de Wiel, Angela Malsbury, Chi-Yu Mo, David Campbell, Timothy Orpen, Kevin Murphy.

Masterclasses: Howard Klug, Robert Plane, Andrew Marriner, Patrick Messina, Janet Hilton, Julian Bliss, Karl Leister, Anthony Pay, Julian Farrell, Barnaby Robson, Richard Hosford.

Joseph joined Morgensterns in September 2013

Joseph's web profile was last updated 28th Jun 2017

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Joseph Shiner (Clarinet, Clarinet Eflat, Clarinet Bass) Profile

Acclaimed for his "fluidity of tonal colour" and "highly communicative, musically intelligent, impressively insightful" playing, JOSEPH SHINER is currently building a dynamic performing career in the UK and abroad. He is the recipient of the Hattori Foundation Senior Award, the Worshipful Company of Musician's Maisie Lewis Artist Fund, the Making Music Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists, the Royal Academy of Music Buffet Crampon Clarinet Prize and the Royal Academy of Music Keith Pearson Memorial Prize.

Joseph has played principal with orchestras such as the Britten-Pears Orchestra, Orpheus Sinfonia, and London Pops Orchestra, and is steadily developing a freelance orchestral career. As well as being a founding member of the dynamic chamber group 'Magnard Ensemble', Joseph plays in a regular duo with Frederick Brown, which has been reviewed as 'a very strong duo partnership... one to watch', as well as enjoying collaborations with the Endellion and Alauda Quartets.

Joseph is highly active in contemporary music, his repertoire extending through Goehr and Berio to Nico Muhly, John Adams, and an expanding number of commissions, from composers such as Misha Mullov-Abbado, Kate Whitley and Ian Morgan-Williams. In 2012 he accepted an invitation to the Atlantic Music Festival, Maine, USA, as a Contemporary Ensemble fellows. During the four weeks of his residency Joseph premiered thirty-eight works by composition students, fellows and faculty members, including Curtis faculty members Daniel Shapiro and Robert Paterson, as well as Gravemeyer Award-winning composer George Tsontakis.

After studying at Wells Cathedral School with Dr. Kevin Murphy, Joseph read Music at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University, where he graduated with Double First Class Honours, followed by postgraduate study at the Royal Academy of Music with Mark van de Wiel, Angela Malsbury, and Chi-Yu Mo. He was supported in his studies by the Royal Academy of Music, the Stanley Picker Trust, the Kathleen Trust, the Countess of Munster Musical Trust, the Michael James Musical Trust, and a Musicians Benevolent Fund Postgraduate Performance Award. He currently studies with Patrick Messina (principal clarinet of Orchestre National de France).

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Joseph Shiner (Clarinet, Clarinet Eflat, Clarinet Bass) Profile

JOSEPH Shiner Sample Repertoire

Clarinet Solo

  • Berio: Lied
  • Carter: Gra
  • Goddaer: Clarinet Unlimited
  • Goehr: Paraphrase on the dramatic madrigal 'Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda' by Monteverdi, op. 28
  • Harvey: Three Studies after Gershwin
  • Jenkins: Four Poems after Sylvia Plath
  • Kovacs: Hommage a Manuel de Falla
  • Messiaen: Abîme des oiseaux
  • Morgan-Williams: Dancin' for Joe...!
  • Muhly: It Goes Without Saying
  • Osborne: Rhapsody
  • Penderecki: Prelude
  • Stravinsky: Three Pieces
  • Sutermeister: Capriccio

Clarinet and Orchestra

  • Adams: Gnarly Buttons
  • Copland: Concerto
  • Debussy: Première Rapsodie
  • Ellerby: Concerto for clarinet and wind orchestra
  • Finzi: Concerto op. 35
  • Francaix: Concerto
  • Mozart: Concerto in A K.622
  • Mullov-Abbado: Concerto
  • Nielsen: Concerto op. 57
  • Weber: Concerto no. 2 in E flat major op. 74, Concertino op. 26
  • Whitley: 'Split' for clarinet, percussion and string orchestra

Clarinet and Piano

  • Arnold: Sonatina
  • Baermann: Adagio (arr. from Clarinet Quintet op. 23)
  • Bassi: Concert Fantasy on Verdi's Rigoletto
  • Benjamin: Le Tombeau de Ravel (Valse-Caprices)
  • Bernstein: Sonata for clarinet and piano
  • Brahms: Sonata in F minor op. 120 no. 1, Sonata in E flat op. 120 no. 2
  • Burgmüller: Duo in E flat major op. 15
  • Camilleri: Divertimento (Hommage a Manuel de Falla) for two clarinets and piano
  • Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Sonata op. 128
  • Debussy: Premiére Rhapsodie
  • Finzi: Five Bagatelles op. 23
  • Françaix: Tema con variazioni
  • Giampieri: Il Carnevale di Venezia 'capriccio variato'
  • Grovlez: Sarabande et Allegro
  • Guastavino: Tonada y Cueca
  • Hindemith: Sonate
  • Horovitz: Sonatina
  • Ireland: Fantasy-Sonata
  • Jeanjean: Clair Matin (Idylle)
  • Kovacs: After You, Mr. Gershwin!>
  • Lefebvre: Fantaisie-Caprice
  • Lovreglio: Concert Fantasy on Verdi's La Traviata
  • Lutoslawski: Dance Preludes
  • Martinù: Sonatina
  • Mendelssohn: Konzertstück no. 2 in D minor for two clarinets (basset-horn) and piano
  • Poulenc: Sonata
  • Rachmaninov: Vocalise
  • Ravel: Piéce en forme de habanera
  • Rossini: Introduction,Theme and Variations
  • Saint-Saens: Sonata op. 167
  • Sauter: Clarinet a la King
  • Schumann: Fantasiestücke op. 73
  • Tcherepnin: Sonata in einem satz
  • Weiner: Peregi Verbunk

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The premier UK agency for Orchestral and Session Musicians.

If you require musicians for a concert, recital or to enhance an event,
please call Morgensterns Teleteam.