Sarah Clarke, viola
Nicolas Danielson, violin
Guillermo Figueroa, viola
David Jolley, horn
Julia Lichten, cello

Charles Neidich, clarinet
William Purvis, horn
David Singer, clarinet
Naoko Tanaka, violin


Dennis Godburn

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Alan Kay

Alan Kay, Clarinet

Based in New York City, clarinetist Alan R. Kay has traveled worldwide as co-principal clarinetist with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and with his distinguished wind quintet, Windscape. He is Principal Clarinetist of New York's Riverside Symphony, the Little Orchestra Society and the Queens Symphony, appearing regularly as a guest with the Orchestra of St. Luke's, the American Symphony, American Ballet Theater Orchestra and the New York City Opera. Vastly experienced as a chamber music performer, Mr. Kay appears frequently with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Trio Solisti and with the Bravo! Vail Valley Music, Yellow Barn and a wide variety of other summer festivals. Mr. Kay is widely recorded on numerous labels, most recently for the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in Samuel Baron's adaptation for wind quintet and string quartet of Bach's Art of Fugue. Winner of a 2003 Presidential Scholars Teacher Recognition Award, Mr. Kay teaches on the faculties of Juilliard, the Manhattan School of Music, and Stony Brook University.