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Concerto Projects

I've been featured as a soloist across the country with orchestras and music festivals and have commissioned and/or premiered over 250 works! Below you will find a selection of my concerto repertoire that attempts to bend and cross genres and sound worlds to delight and entertain audiences.

Mary Kouyoumdjian
Walking with Ghosts

A deeply emotional work with shimmering textures and haunting melodies. Co-commissioned by One Found Sound, La Jolla Symphony, and Minnesota Philharmonic.

“The effective pacing, the evolution of textures, the impassioned melody of the bass clarinet — all made “Walking with Ghosts” a strong and moving work.”

-San Diego Tribune


solo bass clarinet + orchestra: 2222/4221/2perc/hp/str

Kevin Day
Unquiet Waters
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Lush, soaring lines and jazzy grooves combine in a high energy work.

“Throughout, Anderle proved virtuosic in the different sounds he could draw out of his instrument.” -Twin Cities Pioneer Press

solo clarinet + orchestra, wind ensemble, or wind octet

“Jeff Anderle was the valiant bass clarinetist, showing sureness of tone and musical sensitivity over the entire range of his instrument.”



San Diego Union Tribune

Concerto Repertoire List

Kevin Day: Unquiet Waters

(Bb + orchestra or wind ensemble)

Osvoldo Golijov: Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind

(Bb/bass + string orchestra)

Mary Kouyoumdjian: Walking with Ghosts

(bass clarinet + orchestra)

Scott McAllister: Black Dog

(Bb + orchestra or wind ensemble)

Marc Mellits: Linear Induction
(Bb/bass clarinet + clarinet ensemble)


Jonathan Russell: Bass Clarinet Concerto

(bass clarinet + orchestra)


Jonathan Russell: Double Bass Clarinet Concerto

(2 bass clarinets + orchestra)


Jonathan Russell: Double Concerto for Clarinet and Cello

(Bb clarinet, cello + orchestra)


Michael Torke: October

(bass clarinet + string orchestra)


Carl Maria von Weber: Concerto No. 1 *with a maximalist approach to ornamentation*

(Bb clarinet + orchestra)

Let's Collaborate

Reach out and let's talk about how we may collaborate and make great music. If preferred, you can also email me at

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