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Sasha Potiomkin

   

"Reserve Classic Bb reeds fit great with my setup and the consistency from reed to reed is really impressive."

   



ABOUT Sasha Potiomkin

Sasha Potiomkin was appointed by Maestro Hans Graf as a bass clarinetist and a clarinetist with the Houston Symphony in 2012, holding a Tassie and Constantine S. Nicandros endowed chair. In high demand as an orchestral musician, Sasha has performed as a guest artist with The Cleveland Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, Saint Louis Symphony, Cincinnati Symphony, Chicago Symphony, Israel Philharmonic, and as a guest Principal Clarinetist with the Kansas City Symphony and Alabama Symphony. As a soloist, Sasha has given recitals in his native Ukraine, Israel, and throughout US. He has also appeared as a soloist with Tel Aviv Symphony, Israel Camerata, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Houston Chamber Orchestra, and Orchestra X Houston, under direction of Itay Talgam, Lucas Foss and John Axelrod. As a dedicated teacher, Sasha has influenced hundreds of young clarinetists in Texas and around US, giving master classes at Rice University, University of Houston, University of Florida, Cincinnati Conservatory, University of Maryland, Peabody Institute and Buffet Group Showroom in New York City. He was also invited by the current HSO Music Director Andrés Orosco-Estrada to teach for a week with the Colombian Youth Orchestra in Santa Marta, Colombia. Potiomkin has participated in the Tanglewood, Blossom and Bellingham Music festivals and is an artist and clinician for D'Addario Woodwinds and the Buffet Group. His primary teachers were David Weber and David Peck, and he has had additional studies with Yehuda Gilad, Mark Nuccio and Michael Wayne. 

 

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