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Kenneth Munday has been principal bassoon of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra since 1975. He has appeared on most of the orchestra's recordings and has collaborated as a soloist with all of the orchestra's music directors. In 2003, together with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, he gave the première of John Steinmetz's Bassoon Concerto, the result of a joint commission made possible by the orchestra's Sound Investment programme. He also performed the West Coast première of Luciano Berio's Sequenza XII for solo bassoon in 2000. Ken Munday has performed with period instrument ensembles throughout the United States, including Musica Angelica, Santa Fe Pro Musica, and the Portland Baroque Orchestra. An active studio musician, he has played on hundreds of film scores and with all the major film composers of our time. He is a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts.

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