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Anthony McGill speaks with classical radio about Winged Creatures

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Demarre McGill, principal flute of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, and brother Anthony McGill, principal clarinet of the New York Philharmonic, return to their early training ground, the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras, for Winged Creatures, a homecoming album of duo concertos featuring world-premiere recordings of works by Michael Abels and Joel Puckett written expressly for the McGills and the CYSO's Symphony Orchestra.

The album includes Abels' Winged Creatures; Franz Danzi's Sinfonia Concertante for flute, clarinet, and orchestra, Op. 41; Camille Saint-Saëns' Tarantelle, Op. 6; and Puckett's Concerto Duo. Conductor is Allen Tinkham, music director of the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras (Cedille Records CDR 90000 187). 

In conjunction with the album release Anthony McGill has made time to speak with radio networks and local stations throughout the US, TODAY!! June 13. Watch for our tweets today.