Tasha Warren-Yehuda, Clarinet
Director of Chamber Music, Michigan State University College of Music, former faculty member, Louisiana State University and the University of Virginia.
Recent releases with Centaur (contemporary chamber music) and solo clarinet with Crystal Records.
DMA and MM degrees from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music from the studios of James Campbell and Eli Eban.
Tasha Warren-Yehuda, Director of Chamber Music at the Michigan State University College of Music, is an avid teacher and international performer. She has premiered numerous solo clarinet and chamber works working closely with composers and conductors including Shulamit Ran, Augusta Read Thomas, Cliff Colnot, and Oliver Knussen. She has recorded with Centaur, Crystal Records, Innova, Alba, and SCI Records, the I.U. New Music Ensemble, Hal Leonard Productions, CBC Radio, and PBC Korea Television. Crystal Records released her CD, The Naked Clarinet, in December 2009, which garnered praise in reviews from International Record Review, Fanfare Magazine, The Clarinet Magazine and others.
Warren has taught on the music performance faculties of Louisiana State University and the University of Virginia. She played principal clarinet with the Charlottesville Symphony Orchestra from 2009-2011, and Columbus Indiana Philharmonic from 2004-2009. She has implemented chamber music programs with MAYO Youth Orchestra, University of Virginia, and the Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra. She holds MM and DMA performance degrees from Indiana University Jacobs School of Music from the studios of James Campbell and Eli Eban.