Dr. Tod Kerstetter

Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Music Theory,
Woodwind Chamber Music

McCain Auditorium 310
785.532.3831 | tkerstet@k-state.edu

Tod Kerstetter serves as Professor of Clarinet, member of the resident Konza Wind Quintet, and Music Program Webmaster at K-State. His recent significant performances include solo and chamber appearances at the International Clarinet Association ClarinetFests® in 2011 (Los Angeles), 2012 (Lincoln, NE), 2013 (Assisi, Italy), and 2014 (Baton Rouge, LA). He currently serves as Treasurer for the I.C.A. and as the I.C.A. State Chair for Kansas. A graduate of Furman University, Indiana University, and the University of Georgia, Tod enjoys traveling and has performed internationally in Australia, Austria, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Slovenia, and Sweden.

Tod has been involved in several recent commissioning projects for new music for clarinet, including compositions by David Maslanka (Desert Roads, Eternal Garden), Mauricio Murcia (Colombian Suite), Kevin Walczyk (Concerto Scion), and Craig Weston (Aspects, Still on the Antipodes, Stehekin Sonata). He is also active as an arranger and editor. His published editions include Howard Hanson’s Fantasy for Clarinet (Carl Fischer) and two of Molter’s concertos for E-flat (originally D) clarinet (Prairie Dawg Press). With Robert Chesebro of Furman University, Tod recently co-authored a clarinet pedagogy textbook titled The Everyday Virtuoso, available from Woodwindiana, Inc. of Bloomington, Indiana.

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