Clarinetist Don Ross is the leader of Saint Crispin’s Chamber Ensemble.
Since 1994 the group has been broadcast frequently on CBC radio and has recordings on the Clef Records, Arktos and Eclectra labels. Don also appears regularly as a soloist and orchestra player, most recently with the Edmonton and Prince George Symphonies and the Edmonton Opera.
He is at the forefront of the Edmonton new music scene and is a frequent collaborator with Mile Zero Dance, the Edmonton Composers’ Concert Society and the Boreal Electroacoustic Music Society.
He is an Associate Composer of the Canadian Music Centre. Don teaches at Alberta College Conservatory and The King’s University College. He holds music degrees from the Universities of Alberta and Toronto, as well as a Master’s from Northwestern University in Chicago.
Lives in Edmonton·AB, Canada.