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In later life he specialized in the description and research of species in the family Turridae, continuing during his retirement.

He is the author or co-author of 363 new species and subspecies names and of 27 new genera and subgenera.

April Clayton-flute, Geralyn Giovanneti-oboe, Laurence Lowe-horn, Jaren Hinckley-clarinet and Christian Smith-bassoon Daniel Nix-Solo Double Bass (with Pianist Matthew Poon) Daniel Nix, acclaimed as “a true rising star of the solo double bass,” currently resides in British Columbia, where he is a student at the University of Victoria.

Daniel is the only private pupil and protégé of the world-famous soloist, Gary Karr.

This superb trio is based in Belgium and its members are Tamara Cuypers (clarinet), Thomas Landschoot (cello) and Daan Vandewalle (piano).

Orpheus Winds Also participating in Clarinet Fest 2007, Orpheus Winds is one of the leading woodwind quintets in the Western United States and is a resident faculty ensemble at the Brigham Young University School of Music, in Provo, Utah.

In addition to trombone, he plays conch shells, bass, and sings.

Nick plays with many different bands including The Paperboys, Locarno, The Hi Fi, and Michael Kaeshammer.

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In addition to being a wonderful entertainer, Bill is also a talented arranger and composer.”…Rick Cluff, CBC Radio One With Ron Hadley-piano and Rick Kilburn-bass The Táman Trio Fortunately for all of us, the International Clarinet Association’s Clarinet Fest 2007 is being held in Vancouver, and we are thus able to bring excellent players from all over the world to Music On Sunday.

Phil Dwyer-tenor saxophone Don Thompson-piano We are very pleased that a duo concert by these highly respected international jazz luminaries is becoming an annual highlight.

What a perfect way to kick off the spring/summer music season! Guitarist Bill Coon (Trio) Don’t miss the first Music On Sunday appearance of one of Vancouver’s finest jazz musicians.

He expanded considerably the book collection of the museum on key literature to establish a molluscan research centre, essential for research in these pre-computer days.

He started an active programme of field research on Mollusca.

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