Robert Plane (clarinettist)

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Robert Plane is a British clarinettist.

Plane won the Royal Overseas League Music Competition in London in 1992.[1] He performed with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra, the City of London Sinfonia, Northern Sinfonia and the Malta Philharmonic.[1] Plane has played with the London Symphony, Philharmonia, Royal Philharmonic and BBC Symphony Orchestras and with the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.[1] He is the principal clarinetist of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales (since 1999).[1] His performance of Rossini’s ‘Introduction, Theme and Variations’ was broadcast nationally live on BBC from the 2004 BBC Proms in the Park.[1] He teaches clarinet at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, and is one of the Artists-in-Residence at Queen’s University.[1]

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