Anthony McGill

Anthony McGill

This Sunday, the Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts brings Metropolitan Opera Orchestra principal clarinetist Anthony McGill to CCM’s Robert J. Werner Recital Hall for a festival-opening celebration. The performance begins at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, and students can purchase discount tickets for just $10!

Students can use the code “constellarush” to get up to 2 tickets at this discounted rate. A valid student ID is required to pick up tickets at the event. Tickets for this concert are sold exclusively through the Constella Festival. Visit the Constella Festival website for more information.

A reception follows at the Dorothy W. and C. Lawson Jr. Reed Gallery of UC’s College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP). Admission to this reception is free when you show your concert ticket.

About Anthony McGill
Hailed by the New York Times as “a dazzling player of superlative technique and a gorgeous tone,” Metropolitan Opera Orchestra principal clarinetist Anthony McGill returns to the Queen City to open the Constella Festival’s second season. McGill is former CSO associate principal clarinet and performed John Williams’ Air and Simple Gifts with Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman and Gabriela Montero at President Obama’s inauguration. McGill performs John Corigliano’s Soliloquy, plus new works alongside CSO Principal cellist Ilya Finkelsteyn and Constella’s Founder and Artistic Director, violinist Tatiana Berman.

This unforgettable festival opener at CCM’s Robert J. Werner Hall also features the world premiere of Mark Adamo’s August Music with flutists Randy Bowman and Nina Perlove. An open reception follows at DAAP’s Dorothy W. and C. Lawson Jr. Reed Gallery.

Tickets for this concert will be sold exclusively through the Constella Festival. For more information please visit

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