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JUST ANNOUNCED! I am thrilled to be joining the faculty at Arizona State University next year.

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Hi - I'm Jeff, bass clarinet soloist, pedagogue, and recording artist.

When I'm not exploding the boundaries of classical music with my groups Sqwonk, Splinter Reeds, or Nomad Session, you might find me building ultra-long bass clarinets out of PVC pipe. I unwind by reading 100 Sci-Fi/Fantasy books a year and dabbling in traditional archery. 

“Anderle does a superb job of navigating the bass clarinet registers with ease, and deftly handles the challenging technical passages... [he] expertly demonstrates his prowess with keen sense of timing and virtuosic proficiency."

The Clarinet Magazine



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From solo multitrack to pop/classical hybrids to contemporary chamber music to concertos, I love exploring the vast possibilities of the clarinet.

“Certainly, nothing in the immensely demanding solo part of the Golijov daunted him. He cajoled, wept, insinuated, commanded, shrilled, prayed. An appalling spot near the end of the long first movement, when the bass clarinet shrieks at the inconceivable top of its register, found the audience almost frozen in terror.”

San Francisco Classical Voice

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After 16 years of teaching at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, I joined the faculty at Arizona State University in 2024. I love guiding students and helping them find their sound, style and unique path in the field of music.





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A pioneer in the world of clarinet and bass clarinet, Jeff Anderle is exploding the boundaries of classical music through innovative performances and recordings, commissions, and mentorship. 


Anderle has expanded the sonic and musical possibilities of the clarinet and bass clarinet as a soloist with orchestras and music festivals across the country. He is a member of several cutting-edge ensembles including Sqwonk and Splinter Reeds and after 16 years of teaching at SFCM, he is currently Assistant Professor of Clarinet at Arizona State University.

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