Lauded by colleagues and students as a “world-class doubler”, James Kalyn has built a career over the past twenty-five years as a soloist and orchestral musician of the highest calibre on both saxophone and clarinet. He is currently a Professor of Single Reeds and Conducting at Mount Allison University and maintains an international career as a performer, conductor, and pedagogue.
I’ve enjoyed getting to know James. He brings a spark to his teaching and certainly to his performing. I was thrilled when James agreed to listen to some of my music and contribute his talent to the horn arrangement written by Jim Code for Bridge Street. Thank you James for everything. It’s been fun working with you. – Janet Crawford
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