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Clarinet Lessons with Video Exchange™ Feedback from Ricardo Morales

Until now, only a handful of musicians had the privilege of studying clarinet with Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Clarinet and world-renowned teacher Ricardo Morales.

Now through the power of ArtistWorks’ Video Exchange™ Accelerated Learning Platform, anyone wanting to get a competitive advantage in their quest for classical clarinet mastery can access Ricardo Morales' clarinet lessons online and receive one-on-one feedback from a master.

You get unlimited access to an essential collection of HD video classical clarinet lessons, fundamental skills, etudes, key orchestral excerpts and solo repertoire created by Ricardo Morales to help you with clarinet auditions and competitions. Whenever you need advice you can show Ricardo what you’re playing and get personalized video feedback designed to take your playing to the next level. These interactions are paired together online for you and all the students to learn from. 

ArtistWorks’ revolutionary Video Exchange™ Accelerated Learning connects you with Ricardo and a global community of clarinet players, all dedicated to taking their musicianship to the highest level.

It’s easy to sign up and learn clarinet at your own pace. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. Join today!


Profiles In Online Learning: Classical Scholarship Winners
Sep 23

online learning profile - taylor, clarinet student

After the first ever ArtistWorks Classical Scholarship competition, we wanted to get in touch with the winners to find out more about their background playing music and also their experience with our online learning platform. We have already heard from our flute student, Arnold from Texas, and so we now are proud to present an interview with the remaining three winners: Taylor (clarinet), Ryan (trumpet), and Paul (violin). 

How long have you been playing?

Taylor: I have been playing clarinet since the 5th grade and am now a senior in college, so this is my 12th year of playing!

Ryan: I have been playing trumpet for about eleven years now. I began in the 7th grade after being placed in brass class because percussion, which I signed up for was full. I am pretty happy with the way things have turned out.

Paul: I've been playing violin since I was six. My mother started giving me and my four siblings piano lessons when we turned four or five, but one day she saw an ad in the paper for a Suzuki program and asked me if I would like to take violin lessons. I'm glad that I said yes!

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