The program includes such pieces as Lutoslawski’s “Dance Preludes,” William O. Smith’s “Five Pieces,” Francaix’s “Theme and Variations,” and Schumann’s “Three Romances.”
Cain, an applied clarinet instructor at Lee University, is third bass clarinet for the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. He was previously acting principal clarinet of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra.
Cain has attended the Aspen Music Festival, the CCM-Spoleto Festival in Spoleto, Italy, and the Eastern Music Festival.
He has appeared as a soloist with the Knoxville Symphony, performed with the Paloma Wind Quintet at the 2010 International Double Reed Society conference and was a soloist with the CCM Chamber Players at the 2009 Midwest Clinic in Chicago.
Cain received his doctor of musical arts degree from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) with a lecture-recital and document on Krzysztof Penderecki’s Clarinet Quartet and Sextet. Cain has studied under Richie Hawley, Burt Hara and Cassie Lee.
The event is free and open to the public.