Joshua Redman, clarinet
Josh Redman is a freelance clarinetist on Long Island, where he also maintains an active private studio of high school, college, and adult students. In performance, he has appeared with the Brooklyn Wind Symphony, North Shore Music Festival, North Shore Symphony, North Shore Chamber Orchestra, Atlantic Wind Symphony, Long Island Wind Ensemble, Orchestra of Northern New York, and Northern Symphonic Winds. His students regularly receive placement in All-County and All-State ensembles and admission to top university and conservatory programs.
For seven years, Mr. Redman served as Senior Product Specialist at D'Addario and Company, Inc., the world's largest manufacturer of music accessories, where he was responsible for overseeing the clarinet product portfolio. He has penned articles for The Clarinet magazine and an essay for a biography of Kalmen Opperman published by Carl Fisher. Joshua was interviewed for an exclusive episode of Clarineat, a clarinet podcast. He has been invited to speak on the subjects of music business and clarinet pedagogy and equipment at The Boston Conservatory, The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam, The College of St. Rose, the NYSSMA All State Winter Conference, Syracuse University, and public schools across the country. Mr. Redman’s primary mentors include author and pedagogue Larry Guy, recording artist Lawrence Sobol, and renowned master teacher, craftsman, and performer, Kalmen Opperman.