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James Campbell (clarinetist)

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Name  James Campbell

Role  Clarinetist
James Campbell (clarinetist) wwwcoloursofmusiccaimagesschedulejamesCampbel
Albums  Stolen Gems, Afternoon Reverie
Awards  Juno Award for Classical Album of the Year – Solo or Chamber Ensemble
Similar People  Anton Kuerti, Valerie Tryon, William Bennett, Nicholas Daniel, Eric Robertson

Brahms clarinet quintet in b minor opus 115 new zealand string quartet with james campbell

James Campbell (b. Leduc, Alberta, near Edmonton, 10 August 1949) is a Canadian/American clarinetist. He has more than 40 recordings, a Juno Award, a Roy Thomson Hall Award, Canada's Artist of the Year, the Order of Canada, and The Queen's Golden Jubilee.


Since 1999 Campbell has been teaching clarinet at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He has been the Artistic Director of the Festival of the Sound in Parry Sound, Ontario since 1985.

He won the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) Talent Festival and the JM International Clarinet Competition in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1971. In 1972 he represented Canada at the 26th Congress of the International Federation of JM at Augsburg. Additionally, he was a semi-finalist in the Budapest International Clarinet Competition in 1970.

He was a jury member on various competitions, including the 1987 Jeunesses Musicales International Competition in Belgrade, along with Walter Boeykens (Belgium), Thea King (UK), Ludwig Kurkiewicz (Poland), Milenko Stefanovic (Yugoslavia), Ernest Ackun (Yugoslavia), Marko Rudzak (Yugoslavia) and Stjepan Rabuzin (Yugoslavia)

The Canadian Music Council named him artist of the year in 1989, and he was appointed a Member of the Order of Canada in 1997.

Clarinetist james campbell on classic 107


James Campbell (clarinetist) Wikipedia