Stacey McColley, clarinet
Stacey McColley is the clarinet professor at St. Petersburg College, Florida Southern College, Eckerd College, Southeastern University, and is on the faculty of the InterHarmony International Music Festival located in Italy. She serves as Principal Clarinet with the Punta Gorda Symphony, utility clarinet with the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra, bass clarinet with the Sarasota Opera and as Solo Clarinetist with the Reflections Chamber Ensemble.
Stacey is active as a soloist and chamber musician. She has recently performed in recital in Madrid Spain, was a featured guest artist at the International Clarinet Association's ClarinetFest in Orlando, FL. and has recently performed in chamber music concerts in Carnegie Hall in NYC, San Francisco, Cleveland, Minneapolis, and other locations throughout the United States and Italy, as well as her home town of Tampa, FL.
Stacey earned her Master's Degree in Clarinet Performance from the University of California, and while in California studied with clarinet legends Mitchell Lurie, Kalmen Bloch, and Michelle Zukovsky. She received her BA from the University of South Florida.
Stacey’s students have been accepted at prestigious Colleges and Universities across the country, including the Julliard School of Music, Northwestern University, Boston University, and others.
Stacey is a Buffet Crampon Performing Artist and a Vandoren Artist/Clinician.