Current Schedule
  • April 7 - 10 -with Pacific Symphony, Segerstrom Hall, Costa Mesa, 8 PM concerts, Classics 9
  • April 10 - 20 -with Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra tour, Midwest
  • Friday, April 29 - with Jason Bruns Ensemble, E SPOT Lounge (above Vitello's), 4349 Tujunga Ave, Studio City, California 91604, 8 PM to 10:30
  • Monday, May 2 - with the Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra, Typhoon Jazz Club, Santa Monica Airport, 8 PM to 9:30
  • Tuesday, May 3 -with the Stan Kenton Legacy Orchestra, Chapman University, evening concert
  • May 11 - 14 -Northwoods Jazz Camp, Holiday Acres Resort, Rhinelander, WI
  • Wednesday, May 18 -with Los Angeles Jazz Institute, Terry Gibbs Dream Band Concert, 7:30 PM, LAX Sheraton Hotel
  • Saturday, May 21 -with Pete Myers Big Band, Los Angeles Jazz Institute, 1 PM, LAX Sheraton Hotel
  • Saturday, May 21 -with John La Barbera Big Band, Los Angeles Jazz Institute, 1 PM, LAX Sheraton Hotel
  • June 5 - 10 -University of Missouri, St. Louis Jazz Camp
  • June 12 - 17 -University of Nebraska, Omaha Jazz Camp

Kim Richmond                                BIO

KIM RICHMOND is an active and versatile musician based in the Los Angeles area. His first love is jazz, and his primary jazz voice is the alto saxophone. He has, however, been involved in nearly every facet of the professional music industry, both as a player and as a composer/arranger. His instruments are alto, soprano, tenor and baritone saxes, clarinet, bass clarinet, and flutes. Kim has been a member of the orchestras of Stan Kenton, Louis Bellson, Bob Florence, Bill Holman, and Vinny Golia among others. His own Kim Richmond Concert Jazz Orchestra is a workshop for his writing, conducting and leading. His Ensemble (sextet) is a platform for more free-form expression and improvsation with the members playing and Kim's writing being the key factors.

Kim is also a consummate educator. He was for 12 years an adjunct professor in the Jazz Studies department of University of Southern California (teaching combos, composition and saxophone), and does numerous jazz camps and clinics in the Spring and Summer of each year. He is on staff at many of the Jim Widner Summer Jazz Camps, and is involved in running the Northwoods Jazz Camp for grown-ups. He most recently was an instructor in the Jazz Department of California Institute of the Arts, and at present is teaching at California State University, Fullerton.
Whatever his mode of expression, be it instrumental performance, composition, arranging and conducting, KIM RICHMOND is striving to express a uniquely original voice, combining his extensive experience with the new sounds of our evolving musical world.

Kim is a Selmer artist and endorses all Selmer saxophones and other woodwinds. He is also a Vandoren artist, and uses Vandoren reeds, mouthpieces and other accessories. In spite of his busy schedule in the professional music world, KIM RICHMOND enjoys keeping in touch with the educational music field by serving as guest lecturer, conductor and guest soloist at college music festivals and workshops around the country. If you are interested in contacting Kim for any of these reasons, please send e-mail him at