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Sonata from Panorama, for Clarinet

Picture courtesy Mark LyndersayMy name is Professor Roger Henry and my new clarinet sonata featuring Professors Yevgeny Dokshansky on clarinet and Hsiang Tu on piano will premiered last Monday on Virginia Tech’s platform, Music from the Caribbean.

I’m a San Fernando boy, born literally at home in Torrance Street, Mon Repos. My mother was an instructor of midwifery. I’m the youngest of four children and the only boy.

I’m gloriously single and live on my own but lockdown hasn’t been hard. I’m so much of a hermit, I just feel like I’m in my [natural] place. I’ve always been a little bit solitary. My father was always very much “in his head”. I grew up the same way. Find me in a corner, nose in a book. I distinctly remember hearing this sound getting louder and louder and finally realising it’s my mother’s voice, calling me.

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Sonata from Panorama, for Clarinet

Picture courtesy Mark LyndersayMy name is Professor Roger Henry and my new clarinet sonata featuring Professors Yevgeny Dokshansky on clarinet and Hsiang Tu on piano will premiered last Monday on Virginia Tech’s platform, Music from the Caribbean.

I’m a San Fernando boy, born literally at home in Torrance Street, Mon Repos. My mother was an instructor of midwifery. I’m the youngest of four children and the only boy.

I’m gloriously single and live on my own but lockdown hasn’t been hard. I’m so much of a hermit, I just feel like I’m in my [natural] place. I’ve always been a little bit solitary. My father was always very much “in his head”. I grew up the same way. Find me in a corner, nose in a book. I distinctly remember hearing this sound getting louder and louder and finally realising it’s my mother’s voice, calling me.

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