Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Bill Krangle

Bill Krangle (CLARINET) has been playing since he was 8 years old… he studied initially with Bernard Temoin (TSO) and later at the Royal Conservatory with Harold Gomez (National Ballet Orchestra). In 1959 Bill was the principal clarinetist in the very first National Youth Orchestra of Canada. At Michigan’s famed Interlochen Music Camp he joined the clarinet section of the recording orchestra for several seasons. Later,while studying at Cornell, he led the University Concert Band as Concertmaster in a concert date at New York’s Lincoln Center.

He currently is a member of the North York Concert Orchestra and the Ottetto Prosciutto, as well as playing in the Royal Canadian Artillery and Encore Concert bands. Chamber music
In his youth Bill played saxophone and clarinet with various professional bands in Toronto, including a stint with Bobby Gimby (“Canada”) in La Malbaie, Quebec

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