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Robert Plane (clarinet) talks about Mark Boden’s Clarinet Concerto.
Includes informal snippets.

Robert Plane (clarinet) – Berio Sequenza IX.
Filmed at Queen’s University Belfast Jan 2019.

Robert Plane (clarinet) – Stravinsky 3 pieces for clarinet solo.
Filmed at Queen’s University Belfast Jan 2019.

Robert Plane (clarinet) – Boulez Dialogue De l’ombre double.
Filmed at Corbridge Festival 2018 by Odilon Marcenaro.

Robert Plane (clarinet), Alice Neary (cello) and Benjamin Frith (piano)
Beethoven Trio no. 4 in B flat op. 11, ‘Gassenhauer’
Trianon Theatre San José, California in April 2017

Robert Plane: Mozart Clarinet Concerto in A Major K.622 with BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Beijing

ROSL Webinar with Robert Plane and Geoff Parkin

ROSL Artistic Director Geoff Parkin chats with clarinettist Robert Plane (ROSL Gold Medal winner 1992) about his career and forthcoming move to become Head of Woodwind at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Robert Plane talks about Mark Boden’s Clarinet Concerto

Mark Boden wrote his Clarinet Concerto in 2018 as a commission for BBCNOW and their principal clarinettist Robert Plane, to celebrate the 90th anniversary of the orchestra.

In this video, Rob talks about the concerto and informally performs a few excerpts from the solo clarinet part.

Mozart: Clarinet Concerto in A major, K. 622

Robert Plane performs Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto on tour with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, at the Beijing National Centre for the Performing Arts, in July 2012.

Stravinsky: Three Pieces for clarinet solo

Robert Plane performs Igor Stravinsky’s ‘Three Pieces for clarinet solo’, live at Queen’s University Belfast in January 2019.

Boulez: Dialogue de l’ombre double

Robert Plane performs Pierre Boulez’s ‘Dialogue de l’ombre double’ for clarinet and electronics, live at the Corbridge Chamber Music Festival 2018.

Berio: Sequenza IX

Robert Plane performs Luciano Berio’s ‘Sequenza IX’ for solo clarinet, live at Queen’s University Belfast in January 2019.

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