Online Music Instruction Available to Clarinetists Young and Old

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Adella Carlson Reached Her Goals in High with Online Lessons and Now She Wants to Help You Do the Same

WOODBURY, Conn. - eTradeWire -- Want to create the Acapella video that will make your mom proud?  Want to get all the squeaks out of the holiday tunes before the winter concert?  Want to be ready to play music for real when the pandemic passes?

Clarinetist Adella May Carlson of Woodbury, Connecticut, is here to help.

Recently graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University with a degree in music performance, the Connecticut native is offering online music instruction to clarinetists of any age.  Carlson will meet with students in cyberspace for a virtual lesson for 30 to 60 minutes.

Carlson, who will be attending the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, in the fall to continue her music studies, is no stranger to online instruction.  Years before the pandemic, she studied via video chat with music instructor Pamela Day of Jacksonville, North Carolina.  Thanks to the online instruction, Carlson made it to the National Association for Music Education's national music festival in Nashville, Tennessee, during her junior year and then to the Music for All national festival in Indianapolis, Indiana, in her senior year.

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As a college student, Carlson was Eastern's first four-time participant in the New England Intercollegiate Band, where she was principal clarinet and a solo competition winner. At Eastern, she studied with Christopher Howard of the United States Coast Guard Band.

To find out more or to sign up for a complementary 20-minute lesson, contact Carlson by completing the form on her website, http://adellacarlsonclarinet.me.

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Source: Ed Dzitko
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