Specializing in clarinet and bass clarinet instruction, Celine Ferro accepts musicians of all ages and levels. She takes on her students’ goals as her own, whether it is auditioning for districts, performing as part of a recital, or learning the latest-trending songs.

As an active performing artist in the Greater Boston area, Celine regularly performs as the clarinetist of the Kalliope Reed Quintet, a bass clarinetist in the all-bass clarinet ensemble Improbable Beasts, and in the first clarinet section with local wind ensemble MetWinds. She has also recently joined Juventas New Music Ensemble, in which she plays both clarinet and bass clarinet. When she’s not performing in a concert hall, she can be found in local live music clubs performing with her groove ensemble Shibui, or in other local venues as a guest artist with many other chamber groups and orchestras. Her most recent musical endeavors include premiering Wayne Shorter and Esperanza Spalding’s jazz opera Iphigenia; playing the Boston shows with the Fiddler on the Roof national tour; premiering new works and touring Mexico with her reed quintet; and performing with Improbable Beasts in the first ever ICA Low Clarinet Festival.

Celine holds a Bachelor of Music from the New England Conservatory as well as a Master of Music from the Boston University College of Fine Arts. When she isn’t teaching, performing, or touring, Celine is constantly thinking up fun and exciting musical projects for herself and for her students!

Photo credit: Elizabeth Friar Photography

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