Emory Clements, bass faculty
- In-State Tuition & Fees 2016-17: $10,686
- Out-of-State Tuition & Fees 2016-17: $28,896
- Room & Board 2016-17: $14,084
- Total Enrollment: 32,080
- Acceptance Rate (from 2015): 58%
- Student – Faculty Ratio: 22:1
- 4 year graduation rate: 24%
- % of undergrads receiving Financial aid: 78%
- Average Financial Aid: $4,910
Double Bass Statistics
- Average number of undergraduate bass students: 1-4
- Average number of graduate bass students: 1
- Studio Class, Orchestral Repertoire Class, Bass Ensembles, Chamber music, Wind ensemble
What Alumni Are Doing
- Teaching in public/private secondary schools
- Self employed musicians
- College librarian
- Continuing education
Perspectives from the Bass Faculty
Q: What are some of your favorite experiences teaching at your school?
A: Being able to see the growth of my students. Teaching in a downtown environment in a metropolitan area. Performing with my colleagues and students.
My goal as a teacher is to help instill a love for music and to help guide my students to reach their full potential as a double bassist.
About The Bass Faculty
Emory Clements received education and performance degrees from the University of Georgia and studied with Hal Robinson, concentrating on orchestral studies. For the last 21 years he has been a major presence on the Southeastern orchestral scene, playing as a freelancer with many orchestras. He is a member of the Atlanta Opera Orchestra and a substitute player with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Clements has taught in the Clarke County school system, at Clark Atlanta University and as a string methods and applied double bass teacher at Georgia College and State University. He has taught applied bass at Mercer University since 2002 and joins the faculty of Georgia State University this fall. Mr. Clements also is a passionate bow and instrument maker. He made the instrument on which he plays and is currently finishing his first commissioned double bass.
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