12 May 2014 Josh
Violinist Katherine McLin enjoys an extremely varied and prolific performing career as a concerto soloist, recitalist, and chamber and orchestral musician. Since her debut with the Oregon Symphony at the age of fifteen, Dr. McLin has made over 80 appearances as soloist with orchestras across the country. Recent performances include the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with Symphony of the West Valley, the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the Tempe Symphony Orchestra, the Beethoven Triple Concerto with the Scottsdale Philharmonic and Joel Puckett’s Short Stories with the University of Michigan Wind Ensemble.
As a member of the McLin/Campbell Duo with pianist Andrew Campbell and frequent chamber music collaborator with colleagues around the world, Dr. McLin has performed in 40 states and numerous countries abroad. She has served as a featured performer in many national and international conferences, including the International Double Reed Society (2011 and 1997), International Clarinet Association (2011), International Schoenberg Conference (2005), National MTNA (Music Teacher’s National Association) Conference (2003), IPAC (International Percussive Arts Conference) (2002), and SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US) (2003).
Dr. McLin appears on 19 compact disc recordings under the Summit, Centaur, and Opus One labels. Among her most recent projects Beau Soir, a disc of French violin/piano duo music with Andrew Campbell, was a KBAQ CD of the week 2010. Additionally, Dr. McLin’s live and recorded performances have been broadcast on NPR’s Performance Today, NYC’s WQXR (Bob Sherman’s “Listening Room” program), and local radio stations throughout the country.