Neal Haiduck has performed as a clarinet soloist with orchestras and jazz bands in North America, Europe, and Japan. Recordings include "Montréal Meets New York" and "Modern Jazz" (Blackwood) and "Six Movements for Clarinet and Orchestra" by William Thomas McKinley (Master Musicians Collective). In 2007, Haiduck premiered "Three Pieces for Clarinet" by Carmelo Comberiati. Haiduck has also premiered works by Merrill Clarke, David Heckendorn, and Tomislav Saban. Haiduck was educated at Columbia University and at the Manhattan School of Music, where he was a student of the great clarinetist, Charles Russo. At Manhattanville, Haiduck teaches clarinet and saxophones.
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