When I started to study my master of clarinet in Codarts I had little problems to find a good subject for my research, because I wasn’t able to find any subject that was enough interesting to be two years researching. Many topics appeared in my mind, like the clarinet in jazz music or the expression of the music in Weber’s or Brahms’s works, but I did not think in contemporary music, because it was a field really unknown for me. However, one day talking with one of my research mates, one thought came to my mind and I said to myself “You are doing your master and you know almost nothing about contemporary music! But you never tried to learn and listen it, so it’s time to begin to discover this music”. This thought really convinced me to start looking for a good contemporary piece, so I talked with my teacher Nancy Braithwaite and she recommended me many pieces. At the end, I had two pieces to decide: Berio’s Sequenza for clarinet and Stockhausen’s In Freundschaft, but listening to both pieces I decided to play In Freundschaft because, beside of the contemporary writing and technique, it had movements added to the performing, so it was an extra element to go for.