"Tasha Warren has a lovely sound with excellent balance and color in each register. Her technique is formidable, amplified in its success by some of the best sound I have heard Crystal Records ever give a soloist." Fanfare Magazine
Tasha Warren, avid teacher and international performer, has premiered over one hundred solo clarinet and chamber works throughout the US, Europe, China and South Korea. She has recorded with Innova, Alba, and SCI Records, Crystal, and Centaur Records. Her solo CD, The Naked Clarinet (Crystal Records), has hailed praise in reviews from International Record Review, Fanfare Magazine, The Clarinet Magazine, and others. Her most recent recording chamber works featuring clarinet and strings, Black Lines, was released by Centaur Records in 2016.
Warren is Assistant Professor of Chamber Music at the MSU College of Music and has taught on the music performance faculties of Louisiana State University and the University of Virginia.
She joined American Modern Ensemble with the faculty of the Mostly Modern Ensemble in 2018, and has served as principal clarinet with the Charlottesville Symphony Orchestra and Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, and currently performs with the Jackson Symphony and Lansing Symphony. She has implemented chamber music programs with the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra, the University of Virginia, and the Musical Arts Youth Orchestra. She holds MM and DM performance degrees from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, from the studios of James Campbell and Eli Eban.
To be released on 1 April 2022, Ourself, Behind Ourself Concealed, an album of six musical tales inspired by the upheavals caused by the global pandemic to six composers: Paquito D'Rivera, Cornelius Boots, Martha Redbone, Nathalie Joachim, Meg Okura, Pascal Le Boeuf, and performed by Tasha Warren on clarinet and Dave Eggar on cello.
Photo credits: Jena McShane - Lyn Warren
Unavoidable pillars of the Henri SELMER Paris range, the 'Recital' clarinets offer an incomparable density and roundness of sound.