Stas Chernyshev, Clarinet

An “eloquent” clarinetist with “incredible artistry” Russian-born Stas Chernyshev has  established a versatile career as an orchestral musician, soloist, chamber musician, and educator  (Dallas Morning News, Theater Jones). Principal clarinetist of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Mr. Chernyshev has performed at such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall in New  York, Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., as well as in  Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Russia, South Korea and Japan. A devoted chamber musician, Mr.  Chernyshev has collaborated with Grammy-winning ensembles Eighth Blackbird and Orpheus  Chamber Orchestra, commissioned new works for his instrument. He has been featured on  WQXR -New York’s classical music station and WHYY’s television program – On Stage at  Curtis. He is the founder and artistic director of Fort Worth Performances for Autism, and a co founder of Opus Nova Chamber Music Series. Mr. Chernyshev holds a Bachelor’s degree from  the Curtis Institute of Music, and a Master’s degree from St. Petersburg Conservatory. 


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