Todd Levy is principal clarinet of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and The Santa Fe Opera Orchestra, and he’s a three-time Grammy Award winner. He’s performed as a soloist at Carnegie Hall and the Mostly Mozart Festival in New York City and at the White House in Washington, DC. As a chamber musician, he’s appeared with members of the Guarneri, Juilliard, Orion, Miró, and Miami string quartets and at festivals such as the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and the Marlboro Music Festival. He’s also served as guest principal clarinet with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, and he’s premiered works by composers such as John Harbison, Joan Tower, Peter Schickele, Paquito D’Rivera, Morton Subotnick, and Marc Neikrug. Mr. Levy is on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He performs on Vandoren reeds, mouthpieces, and ligatures and Selmer Signature clarinets.