Kathryn Nevin and Peter Nevin Featured on Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts

On Wednesday, June 17 at 12:10 p.m., the Free Admission Glendale Noon Concerts program will feature clarinetists Kathryn Nevin and Peter Nevin. They will perform solo and duo works on Facebook Live and YouTube by Paul Jeanjean, Bela Kovacs, Shulamit Ran and Michael Kibbe.

The link to the stream can be found at


Music includes Paul Jeanjean “18th Etude (for Two Clarinets)” (1928), Béla Kovács “Deux Hommages” (1994), Shulamit Ran “For an Actor: Monologue for Clarinet” (1978) and Michael Kibbe “Serenade for Two Clarinets, Op. 131.” 

Kathryn Nevin earned her MM and DMA in clarinet performance from University of Southern California. Dr. Nevin has performed with many orchestras and is a member of St. Matthew’s Chamber Orchestra, Desert Symphony, Redlands Symphony Orchestra and Long Beach Municipal Band. She is an active soloist and chamber musician, having been a founding member of several award-winning ensembles.

Peter Nevin is an active freelance performer throughout Southern California. He currently plays principal clarinet in the Fresno Philharmonic and the Desert Symphony in Palm Desert, and is a member of the Long Beach Municipal Band. He also performs frequently with many other orchestras. He has performed chamber music as a member of the Imbroglio Quintet, Pacific Winds Quintet, and North Wind Quintet as well as with the Southwest Chamber music Society. He received his MM and Advanced Studies diploma in clarinet performance from the University of Southern California.

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