Critically acclaimed as solo performers and described as a superb husband/wife team who bring great excitement and artistry to their performances of the violin and piano concert literature, the McLin/Campbell Duo has performed internationally in a wide variety of venues, from concerti with orchestra to distinguished artist recital series, guest residencies at schools of music and conservatories to national and international conferences.
An all-French disc of music for violin and piano, including the first American recordings of the Sonata for violin & piano, Op. 36 by Gabriel Pierné (popular with both violinists and flutists, for whom the composer arranged the piece) and Jean Françaix’s Sonatine for violin & piano (1934). Also includes Lili Boulanger’s Deux Morceaux for violin & piano and a set of transcriptions of works by Debussy, including the artists’ own transcription of Debussy’s song Mandoline. The McLin/Campbell Duo has performed all over the world in a wide variety of venues, from concerti with orchestra to distinguished artist recital series, guest residencies at music schools, and national & international conferences. Formed in 1990 at the Oberlin Conservatory, the duo maintains a prolific performance schedule with dozens of international appearances each year.