Micah Heilbrunn

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“Légère reeds are extremely responsive, consistent, and reliable. I have had nothing but great feedback about them from my colleagues and audience members alike. In fact, Légère reeds have completely changed my outlook on clarinet playing. Instead of worrying about the reed before a concert I get to focus on what’s really important, the music. I would highly recommend them to any player at any level. Thank you Légère!” - Micah

Born in London, Ontario, Micah Heilbrunn currently performs as Principal Clarinet for the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra.

A graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy, he received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Michigan. His principal teachers included Jerome Summers, Deborah Chodacki, Robert Crowley and Joquin Valdepeñas.

Micah has also served as Principal Clarinet with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Orchestra and Symphony Nova Scotia. He has been on the clarinet faculty of Brandon University, the University of Windsor and the University of Manitoba. He was a featured artist at the Aspen Music Festival, the Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, the Agassiz music festival, the Las Vegas Music Festival and the Scotia Festival of Music. Micah’s musical talent has been broadcast on both CBC and the National Public Radio.

An active orchestral and chamber musician, Micah made a guest appearances, playing as Principal Clarinet, with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the Canadian Opera Company and the National Arts Center Orchestra. An advocate of new music, he has been a member of the Aspen Contemporary Ensemble and the Brave New Works Ensemble, and has performed in both Toronto’s New Music and Winnipeg's Groundswell concerts.