This disc of the Spanish wind ensemble, “La Armonica” de Bunol, conducted by Frank De Vuyst, features Kenneth Tse as saxophone soloist. Widely recognized as one of the leading classical saxophonists in the world, Kenneth Tse is certainly one of the instrument’s outstanding proponents on any saxophone aficionado’s short list. He burst on the scene in 1996 as the winner of the prestigious New York Artists International Award, which resulted in an acclaimed debut recital at Carnegie Hall and being hailed “a young virtuoso” by the New York Times.
Tse has been a frequent soloist in five continents. He has also been a guest clinician at conferences hosted by the California Band Directors’ Association, Iowa Bandmaster’s Association, and the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinics. Prestigious universities and conservatories worldwide, such as Sydney Conservatory, Moscow Conservatory and Paris Conservatory have invited him to give master classes. He is currently Professor of Saxophone at the University of Iowa.
- BINGE: Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Band
- SANCHIS: Segaria
- KATO: Madrid Inspiration
- PUCCINI: Tosca Fantasy
- SWERTS: Dance of Uzume
- MARQUEZ: Danzon No. 6
- BAZZINI: La Ronde des Lutins