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Bil Jackson

Principal Clarinet

Aspen Music Festival

HQ Phone:  (970) 925-9042

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Aspen Music Festival

2 Music School Road

Aspen, Colorado,81611

United States

Company Description

The Aspen Music Festival and School is headquartered at the pastoral 38-acre Bucksbaum Campus located just outside of Aspen among groves of aspen trees, fields, and ponds. In 2013, the AMFS celebrated the opening of the newly redeveloped Campus with all-new pe...more

Background Information

Employment History

Principal Clarinetist

Colorado Symphony


Professor of Clarinet, Blair School of Music

Vanderbilt University


Principal Clarinetist

Honolulu Symphony


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Bil Jackson | Camerata Pacifica

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Bil Jackson
Bil Jackson, in his sixth year as Associate Professor of clarinet at the Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, enjoys a varied musical career that includes solo, orchestral and chamber music appearances. Before joining the faculty at the Blair School Mr. Jackson served as principal clarinetist with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Honolulu Symphony and has performed as guest principal clarinetist with the St Louis, St. Paul Chamber, Minnesota Orchestra, Orchestra of St. Luke's and Cincinnati symphony orchestras. He also has appeared as a soloist with the Colorado, Honolulu, Denver, Charlotte, Dallas Chamber, and Aspen Chamber orchestras. Mr. Jackson taught at the Aspen Music Festival for 34 years and retired as Artist Faculty Emeritus in 2016. He has previously served on the faculties of the University of Texas, University of Colorado, University of Northern Colorado and Duquesne University. Mr. Jackson studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he won the IAA's concerto competition three years in a row and was awarded the gold medal for superlative musicianship upon graduation. Mr. Jackson is the only person to win the International Clarinet Competition twice and he was a finalist in the Prague International Clarinet Competition. Mr. Jackson began his orchestral career with the Honolulu Symphony as principal clarinetist at the age of 19. Mr. Jackson currently performs recitals and presents master classes throughout the United States and abroad. Bil will be featured at the 2016 International Clarinet convention in August performing the Weber clarinet quintet with the Miro Quartet and will perform a recital tour to Japan, Korea and China in late October. Mr. Jackson has presented master classes at the Yale, Shepherd School, Northwestern, Manhattan, Eastman, and Colburn schools of music. Mr. Jackson premiered a trio composed by Lowell Liebermann at the Tucson Chamber Music Festival which was recorded and released on CD. In March 2017 Mr. Jackson will present at the Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, an International Clarinet Symposium and solo competition sponsored by Backun Musical Services. This symposium will feature prominent clarinet guest artists from around the world in addition to a world class clarinet competition for high school and . Mr. Jackson commissioned, and premiered with the Honolulu Symphony, Dan Welcher's clarinet concerto which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in music. During the 2008-2009 Colorado Symphony season, Bil premiered 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner Kevin Puts' clarinet concerto, also written for him with Jeffrey Kahane conducting. Mr. Jackson recorded the Kevins' concerto with the Colorado Symphony with Andrew Litton conducting. Mr. Jackson's chamber music affiliations have included performances-collaborations with: David Shifrin, Ida Kavafian, Jeffery Kahane, Cho-Liang Lin, Peter Wiley, Emanuel Ax, Jon Kimura Parker, Milan Turkovic, Stephen Hough, Awadagin Pratt, Anne Marie McDermott, Eugenia Zukerman, Steve Prutsman, Pamela Frank, Ransom Wilson, Sharon Isbin, Toby Appel, Bill Douglas, Tokyo String Quartet, Shanghai String Quartet, American String Quartet, Pacifica Quartet, Miro Quartet and the Miami String Quartet. Additionally, Mr. Jackson is a guest artist with the Music from Angel Fire, Camerata Pacifica, Chamber Music Unbound, Bravo! Colorado, Chamber Music Northwest, Arizona friends of Chamber Music, Strings in the Mountains and Sunflower chamber music festivals. Mr. Jackson has also toured with the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society and the Australian Chamber Music Festival. Mr. Jackson is sponsored by Backun Musical and Legere corporations. Bil Jackson


The Colorado Symphony | Meet The Orchestra | Musicians | Bil Jackson

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Bil Jackson
The Colorado Symphony | Meet The Orchestra | Musicians | Bil Jackson The Colorado Symphony Bil Jackson Principal Bil Jackson enjoys a varied musical career that includes solo, orchestral, and chamber music appearances. Mr. Jackson is the principal clarinetist with the Colorado Symphony and the Aspen Chamber Symphony and has performed as principal clarinetist with the Pittsburgh, St Louis, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Honolulu Symphony Orchestras. He also has appeared as a soloist with the Colorado, Honolulu, Denver, Charlotte, Dallas Chamber, and Aspen Chamber orchestras. Mr. Jackson is currently professor of clarinet at the University of Northern Colorado and is on the Artist-Faculty of the Aspen Music Festival. He has also served on the faculties of the University of Texas, University of Colorado and Duquesne University. Mr. Jackson studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he won the Academy's Concerto Competition three times and was awarded the gold medal for superlative musicianship upon graduation. He continued his formal study at Northwestern University with Robert Marcellus. Additionally, he became the only player ever to win the International Clarinet Competition twice, and he was a finalist in the Prague International Clarinet Competition. Currently, Mr. Jackson performs recitals and presents master classes throughout the United States and abroad. In August of 2008 he was a featured artist at the Japan International Clarinet Festival. During the 2009-2010 season he presented master classes at Northwestern, Manhattan, Eastman, and the Colburn schools of music. Mr. Jackson commissioned, and premiered with the Honolulu Symphony, Dan Welcher's Clarinet Concerto which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in music. Mr. Jackson's chamber music affiliations include performances/collaborations with: David Shifrin, Ida Kavafian, Cho-Liang Lin, Peter Wiley, Emanuel Ax, Milan Turkovic, Stephen Hough, Awadagin Pratt, Anne Marie McDermott, Eugenia Zukerman, Steve Prutsman, Pamela Frank, Ransom Wilson, Sharon Isbin, Robert McDuffie, Toby Appel, Bill Douglas, American String Quartet, and the Miami String Quartet. Additionally Mr. Jackson performs and records in Japan with the Tokyo Bach-Band which presents the music of Bach in a modern musical format. Mr. Jackson is sponsored by both Yamaha and Rico and is in the final stages of helping Yamaha design its CSG line of professional clarinets.


The Colorado Symphony | Meet The Orchestra | Musicians | Bil Jackson | Text

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Bil Jackson
Principal Bil Jackson enjoys a varied musical career that includes solo, orchestral, and chamber music appearances. Mr. Jackson is the principal clarinetist with the Colorado Symphony and the Aspen Chamber Symphony and has performed as principal clarinetist with the Pittsburgh, St Louis, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Honolulu Symphony Orchestras. He also has appeared as a soloist with the Colorado, Honolulu, Denver, Charlotte, Dallas Chamber, and Aspen Chamber orchestras. Mr. Jackson is currently professor of clarinet at the University of Northern Colorado and is on the Artist-Faculty of the Aspen Music Festival. He has also served on the faculties of the University of Texas, University of Colorado and Duquesne University. Mr. Jackson studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he won the Academy's Concerto Competition three times and was awarded the gold medal for superlative musicianship upon graduation. He continued his formal study at Northwestern University with Robert Marcellus. Additionally, he became the only player ever to win the International Clarinet Competition twice, and he was a finalist in the Prague International Clarinet Competition. Currently, Mr. Jackson performs recitals and presents master classes throughout the United States and abroad. In August of 2008 he was a featured artist at the Japan International Clarinet Festival. During the 2009-2010 season he presented master classes at Northwestern, Manhattan, Eastman, and the Colburn schools of music. Mr. Jackson commissioned, and premiered with the Honolulu Symphony, Dan Welcher's Clarinet Concerto which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in music. Mr. Jackson's chamber music affiliations include performances/collaborations with: David Shifrin, Ida Kavafian, Cho-Liang Lin, Peter Wiley, Emanuel Ax, Milan Turkovic, Stephen Hough, Awadagin Pratt, Anne Marie McDermott, Eugenia Zukerman, Steve Prutsman, Pamela Frank, Ransom Wilson, Sharon Isbin, Robert McDuffie, Toby Appel, Bill Douglas, American String Quartet, and the Miami String Quartet. Additionally Mr. Jackson performs and records in Japan with the Tokyo Bach-Band which presents the music of Bach in a modern musical format. Mr. Jackson is sponsored by both Yamaha and Rico and is in the final stages of helping Yamaha design its CSG line of professional clarinets.


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Bil Jackson
Bil Jackson Bil Jackson enjoys a varied musical career that includes solo, orchestral, and chamber music appearances. Mr. Jackson is the principal clarinetist with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and the Aspen Chamber Symphony and has performed as principal clarinetist with the Pittsburgh, St Louis, Minnesota, Cincinnati, Honolulu Symphony Orchestras. He also has appeared as a soloist with the Colorado, Honolulu, Denver, Charlotte, Dallas Chamber, and Aspen Chamber orchestras. Mr. Jackson will join the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University this fall and is on the Artist-Faculty of the Aspen Music Festival. He has also served on the faculties of the University of Texas, University of Colorado and Duquesne University and University of Northern Colorado. Mr. Jackson studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he won the Academy's Concerto Competition three times and was awarded the gold medal for superlative musicianship upon graduation. He continued his formal study at Northwestern University with Robert Marcellus. Mr. Jackson is the only player ever to win the International Clarinet Competition twice, andhe was a finalist in the Prague International Clarinet Competition. Currently, Mr. Jackson performs recitals and presents master classes throughout the United States and abroad. In August of 2008 he was a featured artist at the Japan International Clarinet Festival. During the 2010-2011 he presented master classes at Northwestern, Manhattan, Eastman, and the Colburn schools of music. Mr. Jackson will travel to Japan and Medellin this fall to present concerts and master classes. Mr. Jackson commissioned, and premiered with the Honolulu Symphony, Dan Welcher's Clarinet Concerto which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in music. Mr. Jackson's chamber music affiliations include performances/collaborations with: David Shifrin, Ida Kavafian, Cho-Liang Lin, Peter Wiley, Emanuel Ax, Milan Turkovic, Stephen Hough, Awadagin Pratt, Anne Marie McDermott, Eugenia Zukerman, Steve Prutsman, Pamela Frank, Ransom Wilson, Sharon Isbin, Robert McDuffie, Toby Appel, Bill Douglas, American String Quartet, and the Miami String Quartet. Additionally Mr. Jackson performs and records in Japan with the Tokyo Bach-Band which presents the music of Bach in a modern musical format. Mr. Jackson is sponsored by both the Yamaha and Rico corporations and is in the final stages of helping Yamaha design its CSG line of professional clarinets.


Bil Jackson

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About the CSO >> CSO Musicians >> Bil Jackson
Bil Jackson Bil Jackson enjoys a varied musical career that includes solo, orchestral, and chamber music performances. Mr. Jackson is the principal clarinetist with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra and the Aspen Chamber Symphony. He has performed as principal clarinetist with the Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and Honolulu Orchestras and has appeared as a soloist with the Colorado, Honolulu, Denver, Charlotte, Dallas Chamber, and Aspen Chamber orchestras. Mr. Jackson is currently professor of clarinet at the University of Northern Colorado and is on the Artist-Faculty of the Aspen Music Festival. He has also served on the faculties of the University of Texas, University of Colorado and Duquesne University. Mr. Jackson studied at the Interlochen Arts Academy, where he won the Academy's Concerto Competition three times and was awarded the gold medal for superlative musicianship upon graduation. He continued his formal study at Northwestern University with Robert Marcellus. Additionally, he became the only player ever to win the International Clarinet Competition twice, and he was a finalist in the Prague International Clarinet Competition. Currently Mr. Jackson performs recitals and presents master classes throughout the United States and abroad. Mr. Jackson commissioned, and premiered with the Honolulu Symphony, Dan Welcher's Clarinet Concerto which was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Jeffrey Kahane and Bil will premiere Kevin Puts' clarinet concerto during the 2008-09 Colorado Symphony Orchestra season with a subsequent performance at the 2009 Aspen Music Festival. Mr. Jackson's chamber music affiliations include performances with: David Shifrin, Ida Kavafian, Cho-Liang Lin, Peter Wiley, Emanuel Ax, Milan Turkovic, Steven Hough, Awadagin Pratt, Anne Marie McDermott, Eugenia Zukerman, Steve Prutsman, Pamela Frank Ransom Wilson, Sharon Isbin, Robert McDuffie, Toby Appel, Bill Douglas, American String Quartet, and the Miami String Quartet. Additionally Mr. Jackson performs and records in Japan with the Tokyo Bach-Band which presents the music of Bach in a modern musical format. He recently was appointed as a Yamaha artist and is currently involved in developing a newly designed clarinet for the Yamaha Corporation. As a hobby, Jackson designs and manufactures reed-making equipment and is in the process of writing a book titled Speed Reeding which outlines a method of making single reeds from tubes of bamboo.


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