Faculty Name

Kenneth Ellison

Faculty Department

Music

Kenneth Ellison

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Clarinetist Kenneth Ellison has performed internationally with ensembles including the Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, the Riverside Symphonia, the Greenville Symphony and the American Fine Arts Festival. He has played under conductors like Andrea Quinn, John Rutter, Frederick Fennell and Rossen Milanov at venues that include Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, NJPAC and the Liszt School of Music. Kenneth has performed with Tony nominee, Veanne Cox and on the “Food for Thought” programs, starring Drama Desk nominee Michael Winther.His recorded work includes the soundtrack of the documentary “Bad Hair Life” (Darren Gage, composer), as well as Grammy nominee Laurie Altman’s CD “On Course”. He performs regularly with the Chelsea Opera Company, New Jersey Arts Collective, The Danzon Trio and Tripleplay Winds, and is a founding member of trio@play. Kenneth holds degrees from Furman University and Arizona State University. He is on the Master Faculty at Westminster Conservatory and is an Artist-in-Residence at the Joshua Tree School.  

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