Carol McGonnell

Carol McGonnell

Concert

Hailed as “an extraordinary clarinetist” by The New York Times, “elastic, exacting, stupendous” by The LA Times and “clarinet genius” by Time Out NY, Dublin-born clarinetist Carol McGonnell is known for the expressive power of her interpretation of standard repertoire while also enjoying acclaim for her fearless exploration of cutting-edge developments in new music. She is a founding member of the Argento New Music Project and has been involved in the commissioning of over 100 new works, ranging from solo pieces to clarinet concerti. Carol McGonnell has appeared in the inaugural concert of Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall and in Lincoln Center’s Great Performers Series, has performed as a soloist in John Adam’s In Your Ear Festival at Carnegie and in LA’s Monday Evening Concerts, curated by Esa-Pekka Salonen, and with numerous orchestras around the world and ensembles including Ensemble Modern, Saint Paul’s Chamber Orchestra, and the Zankel Band of Carnegie Hall, among others.

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