Spartanburg Herald Journal: ‘Fresh energy to canonic jewels’

Nov 12, 2012

McGill awed the audience with eloquent virtuosity. First, he played Rossini’s Introduction, Theme and Variations for Clarinet and Orchestra, full of dazzling runs and seemingly effortless trysts from the highest to lowest registers of the instrument. McGill brought out Rossini’s contrasting cheek and whimsy, baiting the audience and reliably nailing the timing of the punch lines.


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