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Contact Stephan Clardy
: 720 579 7494
: US, CO, Denver
: $ 800.00
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Stephan has been involved with music his entire life. He started playing drums
set for his church at age 7. His formal music education began when he was in
fourth grade where he learned to play the clarinet. He was apart of a Denver
Public School program whose goal was to expose more kids to the musical arts.
He later went on to continue to play the clarinet and bass clarinet in middle. He
still played the drums for his father’s church on the weekends. When he went to
high school, he joined the school’s Winter Percussion ensemble. He played
vibraphone for 3 years. He also went on to take a percussion class taught by
Randy Gregory. He eventually went on to study Music Theory and Composition
as well Percussion Performance at Grace University. He studied under Joshua
Austin and Jaxon Berke( Writer for Mannheim Steamroller). While there, he join
an independent Winter Percussion ensemble, Dojo Percussion. He played
marimba for the group for two years. He was fortunate enough to earn the group
their first ever gold medal at the WGI world championships. After Dojo, he went
on to perform with the Troopers Drum and Bugle Corps playing vibraphone. He
returned home to Colorado and joined an up in coming ensemble, Rise
Percussion. He also joined the tech staff of the Denver Citywide Percussion
Ensemble. He taught there for three years, earning the group it’s first ever RMPA
state finals appearance. From there, he went on to teach at Evergreen high
school, where he is currently on staff. He has been there for three years. He has
had students go on to be apart The Academy Drum and Bugle Corps as well as
Rise Percussion, The very group he had been apart of. He has written for the
Evergreen Winter Percussion ensemble earning them a bronze medal at the
RMPA Championships. To this very day, he has a passion for sharing all that he
has learned( and is continuing to learn) with the next generation of young
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