Megan Alice Clune is a freelance clarinetist and writer from Sydney, Australia.
Megan is the editor of World’s Only magazine, a magazine about contemporary art and music and the MUSICAL ALASKA concert series, a monthly night of contemporary music at Kings Cross gallery space Alaska Projects.
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Blog posts and interviews with Musician
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We asked Megan a few questions
- How old were you when you decided to be a musician and what led you the instrument(s) you now play? At age 10 I wanted to play the flute but couldn’t make a single sound so I was allocated the clarinet instead. I like to think it chose me.
Dad played me some Benny Goodman records and my fate was sealed…
- When you’re not rehearsing/performing/teaching, where are you most likely to be? Cooking, crazy dancing with my friends, at home watching The Voice…
It’s a very guilty pleasure!
- After you finish a concert, what is the first drink you want to have in your hand? Red wine – thats an easy one!
- If there weren’t external factors involved, how long do you think a concert should go for? I’ve always believed in quality over quantity but as a curator, you need to be mindful of both the audience and performer in order to create an engaging atmosphere whatever the length. If it works, an hour can seem like 10 minutes.
- When should we clap? Good question! If you’re enjoying yourself, don’t hold back!
A member of
- The Alaska Orchestra
- MUSICAL ALASKA concert series