Other composers commissioned by Mr. Radnofsky include Michael Gandolfi, Larry Bell, Donald Martino, Milton Babbitt, Ezra Sims, Roger Bourland, Michael Horvit, and John McDonald. His commission of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Harbison's San Antonio Sonata led to the innovative 1995 premiere by forty-three saxophonists in different locations around the globe in an effort founded and organized by Mr. Radnofsky, entitled World-Wide Concurrent Premieres, Inc. (WWCP). Mr. Radnofsky and BMOP also gave the world premiere of Betty Olivero's Saxophone Concerto Kri'ot, commissioned by Harvard University Judaica Division, in honor of Israel's 60th anniversary.
Current solo CD releases include Debussy Rhapsody with the New York Philharmonic (Teldec), Radnofsky.com (Boston Records), Fascinatin' Rhythms (Boston Records), Donald Martino's Concerto (New World Records), Michael Colgrass's Dream Dancer (Mode), and Elliott Schwartz's Mehitabel's Serenade (Albany-Troy). In 1991 he was the featured soloist with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, performing Franz Waxman's A Place in the Sun, under John Mauceri's direction (Philips).
Kenneth Radnofsky's principal teachers were Joseph Allard, Jeffrey Lerner, David Salge, Steven Hoyle, Terry Anderson, and Duncan Hale. He is currently teaching at Boston's three conservatories—The Boston Conservatory, New England Conservatory, Longy School of Music—as well as Boston University. He is a Buffet Artist and performs on 400 Series Buffet gold plated alto and tenor saxophones.more