Gene Wie appears internationally as a conductor, chamber musician, and educator. His performances on violin, viola, clarinet and saxophone have taken him to the Sydney Opera House, Salzburg Mozarteum and Prague Leichteinstein Palace, and he has appeared with countless orchestras and chamber ensembles in the past two decades throughout Southern California. He has served as Music Director of the Community Youth Orchestra of Southern California since 2005, and Artistic Director of the Capistrano International Chamber Music Festival, St. Margaret’s Summer Music Festival and the String4tet Initiative. He is in his twelfth year as Director of the Orchestra and Chamber Music Program at St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, where he also teaches AP Computer Science. Gene earned MFA Music and BS Information and Computer Science degrees from the University of California at Irvine.
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My Venova Impressions | Apr 14
As a clarinet and saxophone teacher/performer, youth orchestra director and long-time K-12 ensemble music educator, I’ve always been enthusiastic about new technologies in musical instruments and their applications for students. When videos for the new Yamaha Venova™ began appearingRead More