Clarinetist James Sullivan to Perform for GNC

On Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 12:10 p.m., the Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts program will be streamed on Facebook and YouTube.

James Sullivan (above) will perform solo works for clarinet and bass clarinet by Domenico Nocentini “Andante & Allegretto,” Cyrille Rose “Andante cantabile & Allegro,” Vincenzo Gambaro “Capriccio No. 15 in Bb” and Karl Husa “Three Studies for Solo Clarinet.”

The video will be shown continuously. More info about the program and artist, and the link to the stream, can be seen at For more information, email

James Sullivan, clarinetist, relocated to the small town of Spirit Lake, Idaho this past summer where he listens to whispers emanating from dark corners within a historic 1913 home. He performs with the Washington Idaho Symphony and teaches at the Coeur D’Alene Conservatory of Music. For many years he worked with ensembles ranging from a belly dance band to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and more, performing chamber and orchestral repertoire throughout California. He holds music degrees from Florida State University and California Institute of the Arts, but mostly learned through the practice of sitzfleisch. He offers private instruction in Idaho and also online and can be reached by email at