Seattle native Campbell MacDonald is a founding member of the International Contemporary Ensemble, performs as Principal Clarinet of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, and maintains a diverse career as an orchestra and chamber musician, soloist, recording artist, and guest educator. Campbell has appeared at Carnegie Hall, the Library of Congress, the Lincoln Center Festival, the Mostly Mozart Festival, and the Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival. He has performed internationally at Wien Modern, Edinburgh's Festival Fringe, Aspekte Festival in Salzburg, numerous festivals and series in Germany, France, and Finland, and spent 6 summers as Solo Clarinetist of Orquesta Sinfonica de Mineria in Mexico City. Mr. MacDonald attended Oberlin College and DePaul University, where his musical mentors included Lawrence McDonald and Larry Combs. For the 2021-22 season, Campbell was appointed Acting Assistant Principal Clarinet and Bass Clarinet with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.