Lorraine Schulman has been Sub-Principal Clarinet of the Oxford Philharmonic since its inception. She began her studies at the junior department of the RNCM and continued there as a full-time student, learning with Sidney Fell, Thea King and Anthony Pay. In 1980, she took up the position of sub-principal clarinet with the Ulster Orchestra, touring extensively and making many BBC and commercial recordings. In 1984, Lorraine moved to London where she has been worked as a freelance player ever since. Orchestral engagements include the ENO, the Royal Ballet, RPO, City of London Sinfonia, ENB, WNO, and the Bournemouth and National Symphony Orchestras. Lorraine’s interest in chamber music has taken her all over Europe including the Edinburgh Festival, the Cervo Festival in Italy and Spain’s León Festival. She has performed with the Esterhazy Wind Octet at London’s Purcell Room and Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet to critical acclaim at St John’s Smith Square.