Clara Prinston

Weekend Host

Clara Prinston is WUOT's weekend and classical fill-in host. She is a double major in Linguistics and Applied Music, with a concentration in voilin performance. She speaks French, Haitian Creole and is studying Hebrew. Clara also worked at the Intertnational House on campus and volunteers at the Joy of Music School. 

Ways to Connect

Aram Demirjian and Reverend Renee Kessler join Clara Prinston to discuss the March Moxley Carmichael Masterworks concert. The program will be presented by the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with the Beck Cultural Exchange Center. Works featured will include the KSO debut of composer Carlos Simon, as well as other works by Joseph Haydn, Joseph Boulogne, and Florence Price.

James Fellenbaum discusses the upcoming Black History Month Celebration concert, to be presented virtually by the UT symphony orchestra. The concert is an installment of the UT School of Music’s virtual concert series.



The contemporary music duo "Two Way Street" had their humble beginnings here in Knoxville, TN. Clara Prinston sat down with the cello-percussion duo to discuss making music in Knoxville and their future projects.

Clara Prinston caught up with Nick Bruce, a founding member of Knoxville's new percussion quartet, Cue Percussion, to discuss making music during a pandemic. 





Clara Prinston speaks with NYC-based composer and bassoonist Clifton Joey Guidry III, whose first EP, Darkness is a Myth, is being released this week. 

Clara Prinston speaks with cellist Gabriel Cabezas and violinist Rob Moose, members of indie-classical  chamber ensemble yMusic.  Their latest release is Estatic Science.