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Principal Clarinet - Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Andreas Ottensamer, child of an Austro-Hungarian family of musicians, received his first piano lessons when he was four, and in 1999 began studying cello in his home town at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, changing to the clarinet under Johann Hindler in 2003. He also studied at Harvard University in the United States.

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Clarinetist; Performer and Music Educator

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"Légère' reeds provide the consistency and stability necessary for a variety of performance situations. After switching to Légère' reeds, a number of my frequent collaborators noticed improvement in my consistency of intonation and ease of playing, I have never felt more comfortable travelling to unfamiliar environments for concerts as I know I will always have a great reed regardless of the conditions!"- Christopher Nichols

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New York City's leading free-lance and recording clarinetist

John Moses is New York City's leading free-lance and recording clarinetist. Having performed with virtually every musical group in the area, he is currently the first clarinetist with: American Composers Orchestra, The New York Pops, and The Westchester Philharmonic.

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Ricardo Morales is one of the most sought after clarinetist of today. He joined The Philadelphia Orchestra as principal clarinet in 2003. Prior to this, he was principal clarinet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, a position he assumed at the age of 21 under the direction of James Levine. His virtuosity and artistry as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician has been hailed and recognized in concert halls around the world.

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"I love the sound that Légère reeds help me to produce - focus, warm, round, smooth legato and vibrant with a lot of ring! Amazing, Amazing and Amazing!!!" - Jin-Sung Moon

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“The Légère Reeds enabled me to search for the core of musical expression, without the traditional limitations associated with the reed search and prep; and for that alone, they allow for multiple adaptations to a range of different performance environments. Their structural design is meant to allow for a perfect response, clarity and warmth throughout the clarinet range. It’s fabulous to have such a peace of mind and confidence of playing them for over fifteen years now!” – Milan Milosevic

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Musician, Composer and Professor

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Co-Principal Clarinet

Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra

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Principal Clarinet with the American Sinfonietta

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