Pereira 3D Artists
- Michele Zukovsky
"This is a fabulous barrel. It has great support without that annoying resistance. They have more core and center to them! The sound is lovely and perfect for my German system Wurlitzers."
(Pereira 3D Wurlitzer-Style German Barrels)
Michele Zukovsky has performed worldwide, including with the Boston Pops, the St. Petersburg String Quartet, the Lincoln Center Chamber Players, and at the Mostly Mozart Festival. She taught at the California Institute of the Arts. She currently teaches clarinet at the University of Southern California.
She premiered John Williams' Clarinet Concerto with the Boston Pops in 1991. In 1986, she premiered a version by Luciano Berio of the Sonata in F minor, Op. 120 #1, by Johannes Brahms, arranged for clarinet and orchestra under commission from the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.
As a recording artist, Zukovsky has released several works, including the most recent Simeon Bellison: The Arrangements for Clarinet (Summit Records, 2008), a compilation recording that includes arrangements by the Russian-American Simeon Bellison and Jewish-themed works by other composers.
As a film industry studio clarinetist, Zukovsky played of several films scored by John Williams.
- Eric Salazar
"These barrels, ligatures and bells are the definition of innovation. Pereira 3D isn't just using new materials and dimensions, they are also using a production technique no one has ever used before to craft valuable equipment for musicians. I chose this equipment over everything else on the market because it makes me play better and feel better."
(R17 Barrel, Bell, and Green Ligature)
“Salazar is a dynamic and creative performer who composes music pairing his
virtuoso clarinet skills against washes of electronic sound...”
— Kyle Long, NUVO Music Columnist
Eric Salazar is an emerging artist with international press attention. Dubbed a super-human clarinet hero (Big Car, 2015), Salazar pioneers the indie-classical genre. He takes his classical training and fuses together modern electronics with classical instruments, blending ancient styles with present musical trends. Salazar’s connective approach to performing wins the hearts of audiences as he guides them through explorations of raw emotion. Eric’s purpose for writing music is to create art that challenges standards, unites audiences of uncommon backgrounds, and connects souls through creative understanding. Salazar is a 2017 recipient of the Robert D. Beckmann Jr. Emerging Artist fellowship by the Arts Council of Indianapolis. When not writing and performing new music, Salazar enjoys drinking tea, playing video games, reading comics, enjoying the nightlife, and making people laugh.
“‘La energia de Eric es contagiosa y su talento a la hora de tocar su clarinete es impresionante...’
’Eric’s energy is contagious and his talent for playing his clarinet is impressive...’”
— Karla Romero, Editor-in-Chief of Eñe Monthly Magazine, Indianapolis, IN
Salazar holds a B.M. in Clarinet Performance from Ball State University and an M.M. in Clarinet Performance from Bowling Green State University. He has performed as a soloist and group musician in 8 states of the US and overseas in Belgium. Salazar resides in the Indianapolis, IN area. Here, Salazar teaches music, performs, and composes. Eric can be heard on iTunes, Spotify, and other major music platforms. He released his first EP album, Live in Chicago, in Spring of 2016. The album contains live performance recordings of Salazar's original compositions for solo clarinet and electronics. Eric is always on the lookout for talented musicians to engage in collaborative performance projects. Eric actively writes, commissions, and premieres new works for himself and classical chamber ensembles. His other professional interests include: conducting, social entrepreneurship, social media management, pedagogy, music psychology, marketing, graphic design, and project management.
Visit Eric Salazar's website and social media pages: http://www.ericsalazarclarinet.com/
"Ryan’s bells and barrels helped me kill two birds with one stone. They gave me more consistent results out of my playing without extra effort. They have also drastically reduced the weight of my clarinet. As someone who has struggled with repetitive stress injuries for the past 25 years, the latter is very important to me. In addition, Ryan’s products are remarkably consistent. Gone are the days of trying half a dozen of the same barrel/bell in order to find the best fit for your instrument. Each one of Ryan’s products is just like the other. He’s on the verge of becoming a major disruptor in the world of custom clarinet accessories."
- Bob Yoon
"I originally purchased a Streamline barrel from Ryan in early 2017 with which I have been delighted, and since then I have been playing more clarinet and curious about trying his bells just to see how they would affect my playing. I was amazed at how substantial a difference there was trying one of Ryan’s 3D printed bells versus my stock grenadilla bell. Both the 3D Blackwood and Mahogany models have a rich, focused sound, and improved the facility of playing across the break. My sound feels more homogenous and colleagues have noted that my playing sounds more “refined” with the 3D Mahogany bell I purchased. The weight reduction of the instrument is a pleasant added bonus."
- Jeffrey Beyer, Pit Musician and Doubler with
The Sound of Music National Tour, Oak Park, MI
"I'm thoroughly impressed so far. The clarinet is considerably lighter and I'm able to achieve an amazing level of dynamic contrast."
- Sean Perrin, Calgary AB, Canada,
Professor of Clarinet at Mount
Royal Conservatory and
Creator of the Clarineat Podcast
"I was astonished at the amount of resonance I can get from the 3D Wood material! This barrel plays with great flexibility."
- Jonathan Cameron, Fairfax, VA
"Your barrel helps so much! Articulation is so much easier and cleaner!"
- Autumn Kim, Brookfield, CT