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Sharon Bonneau


Sharon Bonneau
Director, Clarinet Ensemble

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In 1987, Ms. Bonneau graduated as class valedictorian from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, where she received her Bachelor of Music degree with a dual major in Clarinet Performance and Instrumental Music Education.  While at Eastman, Ms. Bonneau studied clarinet with D. Stanley Hasty and Charles Neidich, and jazz improvisation with Ramon Ricker.  In 1995, she completed a Master of Arts Degree in Conducting at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where she was a student of Professor Anthony Maiello.

Ms. Bonneau was a member of the United States Air Force Concert Band for nine years.  During that time, she was a featured soloist with the band’s Dixieland group, was a guest conductor of and soloist with the Concert Band, and performed with the Air Force Chamber Players and Symphony Orchestra.  While with the USAF Band, Ms. Bonneau toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe and performed at numerous music conventions.  She was appointed to the position of Adjunct Professor of Clarinet at George Mason University in 1995 and taught there until 2017.

In August, 2015, Ms. Bonneau became the band director at Kilmer Middle School in Vienna, Virginia.  Her responsibilities at Kilmer include directing the Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Cadet Band, Percussion Ensemble, and Beginning Band.  Prior to that, she was the director of bands at Herndon Middle School from 2001-2015, where she had served as the Performing Arts Department Chairperson since 2009.   

Currently Ms. Bonneau is principal clarinetist of the Fairfax Chamber Players and is active as an adjudicator and clinician.