Division: Woodwind Performance
Office: E-464 HFAC
Jaren Hinckley received his Doctor of Music degree at Florida State University, where he studied with Frank Kowalsky. He holds a master’s degree in Clarinet Performance from Indiana University, Bloomington, where he studied with James Campbell and Howard Klug, and a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Utah, where he studied with Christie Lundquist. Other teachers include David M. Randall (BYU), John Fullam, and Sonia DeFord.
Included in his solo work are performances with the Utah Symphony, the Canyonlands New Music Ensemble, and the Manhattan School of Music Philharmonia. He has recorded two CDs with the Canyonlands New Music Ensemble and the Utah Composers Ensemble: chamber groups dedicated to the advancement of new music. Through his involvement with these groups, and others, he has performed the world-premieres of many solo and chamber works.
He has created a new approach to music pedagogy based on the acting techniques of Constantin Stanislavski. He is married to Dr. Jane Hinckley of the BYU College of Humanities.
DM, Clarinet Performance, Florida State University, 2002
MM, Clarinet Performance, Indiana University, 1995
BM, Clarinet Performance, University of Utah, 1993