About this project
Robert Spring, described as “one of this country’s most sensitive and talented clarinetists”, Arizona Republic, and “formidable soloist” Copenhagen, Denmark, Politiken. His recording of Tower’s works for clarinet, called by Clarinet Magazine as “truly outstanding….one would be hard pressed to find betterperformances. “Instrumentalist Magazine says of his “Dragon’s Tongue”, “His musicality and technique make this a must for every CD collection.” America Record Guide says of his Copland Clarinet Concerto, “Spring is fabulous….by the end, it feels like an improvised jam session.”
He has three degrees from University of Michigan, and the Citation of Merit Award. He was President of the International Clarinet Association from 1998-2000, and Professor of Clarinet at Arizona State University. He is an Honorary Member in the ICA and was awarded a Lifetime Achievement award from the Chinese Clarinet Association. He is a Henri Selmer Paris Artist performing on the Privilège clarinet.