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Arthur Campbell

Arthur Campbell

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Reviews in preeminent classical music publications over the past two decades have consistently celebrated Arthur Campbell as one of the world's leading clarinet virtuosos. Campbell’s recording with pianist Helen Marlais was nominated for the 2013 more...
Reviews in preeminent classical music publications over the past two decades have consistently celebrated Arthur Campbell as one of the world's leading clarinet virtuosos. Campbell’s recording with pianist Helen Marlais was nominated for the 2013 International Classical Music Awards and Germany’s classical music magazine Fono Forum selected the same recording for the “Star of the Month” award, while Stereo Magazine selected it as “CD of the Month”. In 2010, The New York Times hailed Campbell as an “eloquent soloist” following his Merkin Hall concerto debut, and in 2007, his recording Brahms: Clarinet Chamber Music, won critics choice awards in Belgium, France, and Spain. Campbell has received rave reviews in the American Record Guide, Fanfare Magazine, The Clarinet, Opus Magazine (France), Ensemble Magazine (Germany), Audiophile Audition, BandDirector.com, ClassicalCDReview, Scherzo Magazine (Spain), Cd Compact (Spain), www.musicwebinternational, Le Monde de la Musique (France), and Pizzicato Magazine (Belgium) among others. In addition to his highly praised performances of the standard canon, Arthur Campbell is recognized as one of the foremost champions of contemporary repertoire of his generation. His classical recordings are exclusively with the German Audiophile label Audite and he has recorded contemporary repertoire releases for Everglade Records, Centaur Records, Gasparo Records, the Best of SEAMUS series, and the ICA recording Project. Also in great demand as a master teacher, Dr. Campbell has presented master classes at top pedagogical institutions literally throughout the world. Campbell received the Doctor of Music and Master of Music degrees from Northwestern University, where he studied with renowned clarinetist and pedagogue Robert Marcellus. Campbell has won several international and national competitions and holds the distinction of being one of only three people ever to have completed a doctoral degree as a student of the late Marcellus. A native of Canada, Campbell grew up in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Home base is now in the US with his wife pianist, Helen Marlais. Simultaneous with his performance career, Campbell is Artist Faculty and Professor of Music at Grand Valley State University in Michigan where he has built a thriving studio of clarinet students from around the globe. Visit: www.ArthurCampbell.net Contact: Ruth Cole at ruth@LASMUSIC.com
J. Brahms: Clarinet Chamber Music

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J. Brahms: Clarinet Chamber Music

Komponist: Johannes Brahms
    Pizzicato 4/5 Noten
    Pizzicato | N° 225 - 9/2012 | Alain Steffen | January 9, 2012

    Klanglich hervorragender Brahms

    Johannes Brahms hat wunderbare Kammermusik für Klarinette geschrieben. Diese klanglich hervorragende SACD von Audite mit dem Trio a-moll für…

    www.musicweb-international.com
    www.musicweb-international.com | December 2007 | Tim Perry | December 13, 2007

    This hybrid SACD brings together three of the four masterpieces Brahms wrote for Richard Mühfeld, the self-taught virtuoso clarinettist who inspired…

    The Clarinet
    The Clarinet | December 2007 | Justin O'Dell | January 12, 2007

    Arthur Campbell has released a new compact disc with three of the four chamber music works with clarinet by Johannes Brahms. The Trio in A Minor,…

    Fanfare
    Fanfare | July/Aug 2007 | Jerry Dubins | January 7, 2007

    Brahms’s four works for clarinet—the trio and two sonatas recorded here, plus the Quintet, op. 115—were all products of the composer’s late…

    Scherzo
    Scherzo | Año XXII - Núm. 220 - Junio 2007 | Juan Carlos Moreno | January 6, 2007

    El clarinete es el instrumento de la madurez de Johannes Brahms, aquel al…

    American Record Guide
    American Record Guide | May/June 2007 - Vol. 70, No 3 | Paul L. Althouse | January 5, 2007

    After completing his second string quintet in 1890, Brahms declared his intention to retire at age 57. We are glad he changed his mind, and before his…

    www.banddirector.com
    www.banddirector.com | March 2007 | Michael Bennett | March 14, 2007

    This is a beautiful recording in all sense of the word. The Trio in A…

    CD Compact
    CD Compact | 03-07 | Verónica Maynés | January 3, 2007

    Algunas de las más hermosas piezas dedicadas al clarinete son, sin lugar a…

    www.classicalcdreview.com
    www.classicalcdreview.com | March 2007 | R.E.B. | January 3, 2007

    The Brahms chamber works featuring clarinet are magnificently played by…

    Le Monde de la Musique
    Le Monde de la Musique | Mars 2007 | Patrick Szersnovicz | January 3, 2007

    Le méconnu Trio pour clarinette, violoncelle et piano op. 114 et les deux magnifiques Sonates pour clarinette et piano op. 120 parachèvent en 1891…

    www.ResMusica.com
    www.ResMusica.com | Mars 2007 | Maya Prynda | January 3, 2007

    Une version sans couleurs de l’œuvre pour clarinette de Brahms

    Les trois œuvres pour clarinette de Brahms font partie des…

    Audiophile Audition
    Audiophile Audition | February 2007 | Gary Lemco | February 15, 2007

    In surround sound, Daniel Raclot's cello opening makes a lovely A Minor…

    opushd.net - opus haute définition e-magazine
    opushd.net - opus haute définition e-magazine | Numéro 22 | Jean-Jacques Millo | January 30, 2007

    Regroupant les trois grandes partitions de musique de chambre pour…

    Pizzicato
    Pizzicato | N° 169 - 1/2007 | Isabelle Trüb | January 1, 2007

    Malgré tout son classicisme, la musique de Brahms parle d'abord au cœur. C'est bien le cas dans cet enregistrement des œuvres maîtresses pour…

    Ensemble - Magazin für Kammermusik
    Ensemble - Magazin für Kammermusik | 6/2006 | Diether Steppuhn | January 11, 2006

    Man kann Brahms' wunderbare späte Klarinettenwerke nicht oft genug hören.…

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