Here are current and upcoming events on PWIC’s radar:

The Montclair State University Cali School of Music Clarinet Day is back! Another amazing faculty lineup, and we are back as well for the entire program.

As before, follow this link or scan the QR code for registration and program information:

Great location for a clarinet event, but maybe a little challenging for your reeds. Come see us at our booth in the exhibit halls during ClarinetFest at a mile high in Westminster, Colorado. Booths should be open beginning the morning of July 6th and will be available through the final day on July 9th. We will be there with bells on (the clarinets).

Our booth will have professional clarinets from Eb down to Bass, more barrels than a beer hall, Chris Hill Custom Mouthpieces (he’ll be at the Fest too customizing and adjusting mouthpieces), a range of cases for Bb and Bb/A, and other miscellaneous accessories.

There are a lot of great artists and events, terrific makers and merchants, and a warm sense of community. Looking forward to seeing you there.

Event information and registration link:

Past events:

Closer to home base this time. We are pleased to be back in person at Montclair State University Cali School’s Clarinet Day for the first time since immediately prior to the pandemic. It will be terrific to see everyone there. The main schedule is in the graphic above, and we will be exhibiting through the entire program. Amazing roster of faculty and artists.

Registration link here: or you can scan the QR code.

Colorado Clarinet Day, University of Northern Colorado, October 9, 2022

PWIC is excited to be the instrument and accessory representative at Colorado Clarinet Day 2022. Come for a terrific day of performances, lectures, masterclasses, and exhibits on Sunday, October 9, 2022, at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. Registration begins at 8:15am MDT and the program runs until around 7pm with a concluding concert by guest artists Akropolis Winds. Exhibitors in addition to us will include Vandoren, mouthpiece craftsman Lee Livengood, and instrument technician Dave Saull.

Agenda and registration link: