Seattle native Campbell MacDonald is Principal Clarinet of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and a fixture as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral musician at venues throughout the Midwest.
He is a founding member of the International Contemporary Ensemble, and performs regularly with ICE on many of America’s most prestigious stages. Campbell's performances of note for the 2012-13 season include concerts at Lincoln Center (NYC), the Green Center (Sonoma, CA), the Library of Congress (DC), and Wien Modern (Austria). Campbell has also made appearances with the Detroit Symphony, the Grand Rapids Symphony, the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings and the Seattle Chamber Players. Mr. MacDonald can be heard on commercial recordings for the KOCH, Naxos, and Nonesuch labels. Campbell has appeared in solo and chamber music recitals in New York City, Chicago, Houston, Detroit, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, Edinburgh, Mexico City, Oberlin, Seattle and Grand Rapids, and has studied privately with Larry Combs, David Weber, Lawrence McDonald, and Laura DeLuca.