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STAN MUNCY

Stan Muncy lives in the San Francisco bay area, where he freelances with the San Francisco Symphony and many of the other regional orchestras. He was a member of the Honolulu Symphony as percussionist and associate-principal timpanist until they unfortunately dissolved in 2010.

A native Californian, he also lived in the Los Angeles area, where he was a regular in the studio scene, recording numerous film scores at Warner Brothers Studios, Capitol Records, and Firehouse Studios. He is also a champion of new chamber music, having collaborated in the premières of numerous compositions and performing regularly with the Eco Ensemble in Berkeley and famed sextet eighth blackbird based in Chicago. Stan Muncy received a Professional Studies Certificate from the Colburn School in Los Angeles and a Masters of Music from the San Francisco Conservatory.

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