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LEE LIVENGOOD Clarinet

APRIL 10   3PM

Eccles Performing Arts Center

May 8   3PM

Eccles Performing Arts Center

LEE LIVENGOOD, Clarinetist

Lee Livengood Is a member of the Utah Symphony Orchestra, performing clarinet and bass clarinet with the orchestra.
Mr. Livengood is a Past-President of the International Clarinet Association and regularly performs as guest artist at International Clarinet Association "Clarfests" held worldwide. He also performs regularly at the Grand Tetons Music Festival. Prior to his appointment in Utah, he was a member of the Savannah, Tulsa, and Fresno Orchestras. Livengood earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the Eastman School of Music as a student of Stanley Hasty, and a Master’s Degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara, with Mitchell Lurie. In much demand as a chamber musician, he has performed at the prestigious Santa Fe Chamber Music  Round Top Music, the La Jolla Chamber Music, the Spoleto (Italy) Festivals and locally with the Nova Chamber Music Series, Intermezzo Series, and for the Beethoven Festival Park City. 

In addition to his work as a performer, Mr. Livengood is well known as a mouthpiece maker and refacer, with clients around the world. He began restoring clarinet mouthpieces in 1992, and now has his own line of custom clarinet mouthpieces. 

 

When not performing in the Utah Symphony or making mouthpieces, Lee enjoys time in the outdoors with his wife and two sons, drinking great coffee, and playing the electric bass.