Clarinet Teachers

Liz Barcan

Elizabeth Barcan is a trained orchestral player on Flute, having graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA). In pursuit of her talent Liz has freelanced with many of the major Orchestras, attaining a wealth of per-formance, practice, knowledge, and musical acumen. She has excelled pro-fessionally through both Chamber and Contemporary music, adding to her extensive music profile. Throughout the years, Liz has accrued a wealth of one-on-one and ensemble teaching experience. She is truly experienced, having worked with students of all ages: in schools, privately, and with or-ganisations such as Melbourne Youth Music, State Music Camp, Harrietville Music Camp, and the Victorian Flute Guild. In addition to all levels of Flute, Elizabeth teaches Beginner-Intermediate Clarinet and Saxophone.

In addition to all levels of Flute, Elizabeth teaches Beginner-Intermediate Clarinet and Saxophone.

Erin Stoddart

Bachelor of Music: Australian National University, Bachelor of Music (Honours): Monash University

Erin graduated from the Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance at the Australian National University, Canberra in 2012 before moving to Melbourne and completing honours at Monash University in 2013. Through studying with some of Australia’s leading clarinettists and music educators including Alan Vivian, Catherine McCorkill and David Griffiths, Erin has gained an extensive technical, theoretical, aural and musical knowledge that she is eager to pass onto prospective students.

Erin currently teaches at schools around Melbourne as well as
privately. Erin aims to make instrumental lessons enjoyable for students whilst also ensuring constant technical and musical development. Erin thoroughly enjoys tutoring and, above all, seeks to inspire students by sharing with them her own passion for music.