Saxophonist Kenneth Radnofsky has appeared as soloist with the world's leading orchestras and ensembles. He has been a longtime professor of saxophone at: New England Conservatory, Boston UniversityLongy School of Music.

credit Liz Linder

A note from Ken Radnofsky:

Welcome to my home page! This site is provided as a convenience to you for answers to your important questions. Just click on any of the left-hand buttons, or on the blue highlighted words in the text.

Some of you may want to see my biography for a concert program. Others are potential students who wish to audition me! There is a wonderful article talking about my philosophy of teaching, from the Saxophone Journal. You can also listen to a sample of my latest recording, find where to order my recording of the Debussy Rhapsody with the New York Philharmonic, and find listings of sample programs and reviews. Still others of you may be avocational players who wish to browse through my scrapbook. There are letters from Aaron Copland, Rudolf Serkin, Gunther Schuller and others I have known. Just click the item you wish to enlarge.  And please go to and see our many publications and free recordings, as well as on KenRadnofsky's youtube channel, and the opening page of this web site, and read my essay (autobiography), 'A Salute to My Teachers.'

For future study there are also links to New England Conservatory and two other wonderful institutions at which I have taught for many years: Boston University. The Longy School in Cambridge. (These are the ONLY institutions at which I teach).
I also teach a Saxophone Workshop every summer for Boston University at Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston Symphony.  You can look at the website description and receive an application at: 

If I can be of further help, you may e-mail me at Looking forward to hearing from you, and I hope this is of some help.

Most sincerely,

Ken Radnofsky