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Randy Hunt

Randy Hunt's performance background includes work with Sonny Simmons, Donald “Duck” Bailey Ricky Ford, Joel Futterman, Royal Hartigan, Fred Houn, Eddie Gale, Tony Malaby, Reggie Workman, and Henry Kaiser. He was born in Los Angeles and raised in a musical environment. His mother taught piano and voice, as well as performances in local musicals. Developing as a bassist in the San Francisco bay area music scene of the early ‘90’s, Randy performed in a variety original rock, funk, jazz, blues bands, symphonic orchestras and big bands. In 1993 Randy was accepted to the renowned Mannes / New School jazz and contemporary music program at New York City’s New School for Social Research. During his time in New York he studied bass with Reggie Workman, Andy McKee, and Steve Neil. As an active educator he has conducted lectures, enrichment classes and clinics for the San Francisco public school system, presented classes on improvisation and jazz theory, as well as privately teaching bass, guitar, and piano. Randy has been involved in composing music for jazz ensembles, pieces for strings, piano, and solo bass.