Kenneth Radnofsky studied with Joseph Allard, Jeffrey Lerner and Duncan Hale, and has appeared as a soloist with leading orchestras, including the Leipzig Gewandhaus and New York Philharmonic under Kurt Masur, Jerusalem Symphony with Gisele Ben-Dor and Boston Pops with John Williams. He premiered Gunther Schuller’s Concerto with the Pittsburgh Symphony, and David Amram’s concerto Ode to Lord Buckley with the Portland Symphony. The 100-plus solo works he has commissioned also include Netzer, Trester, Colgrass, Harbison, Martino, Gandolfi, Olivero, Horvit, Fatas, Yannatos, Perker, Jakoulov, Schwartz, Yang and Bell. He is Professor of Saxophone and Chamber Music at the New England Conservatory, President of the Boston Woodwind Society, founder of the World-Wide Concurrent Premieres and Commissioning Fund (also commissioning David Amram’s Greenwich Village Portraits, and a founding board member of the Gunther Schuller Society. With Elmira Darvarova, he co-founded the Amram Ensemble. A Selmer Artist, Kenneth also teaches at Boston University.