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Adam Kraynak

Adam Kraynak frequently performs as Principal Bassoon with the Temple University Symphony Orchestra and Wind Symphony and has recorded two albums with them. As part of the BCM&D records, you can hear him on the Divertimenti by Vicente Martín y Soler and Rainforests by Bill Cunliffe. He has also performed with Symphony in C, Philadelphia Sinfonia, Philadelphia Young Artist Orchestra, and Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra. This has taken his playing to prestigious venues such as Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall, Lincoln Center’s Rose Theater, and Benayora Hall.

Adam is a three-time lab orchestra fellow at The Conducting Institute (Texas), led by renowned conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya. He also previously attended the Varna International Music Festival (South Carolina) and will be a member of the AIMS Festival Orchestra (Austria) this summer. He is currently finishing his undergraduate studies at Temple University’s Boyer College of Music and Dance and is an active freelancer in the Philadelphia area. His main teachers include Angela Anderson Smith and Francine Peterson. Outside of music, Adam loves reading, cooking, fine dining, and spending time with his loved ones.