John Warren

Artist-in-Residence in Clarinet

 

Mr. Warren, currently a member of the Atlanta Opera Orchestra, the IRIS Chamber Orchestra of Memphis, Tennessee, and the Greenville Symphony, joined the faculty at Kennesaw State University in 2006.  He also performs regularly with the Atlanta Symphony, the Alabama Symphony, and the Charleston Symphony. 

Prior to his arrival in Atlanta, Mr. Warren served as Principal Clarinetist of the Savannah Symphony for 16 seasons and taught at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Before his appointments in Savannah he held similar positions with the Omaha Symphony and the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Originally from Shreveport, Louisiana, Mr. Warren received his BM from the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, and the Performer's Diploma from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.

His principal teachers include Donald Montanaro, Thomas LeGrand, and Richard Waller.

Mr. Warren has performed as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Curtis Orchestra, and the symphonies of Savannah, Omaha, Hilton Head, and Beaufort, S.C.

 

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