Lee Livengood is currently Clarinet and Bass Clarinet in the Utah Symphony, and is a Past- President of the International Clarinet Association. Prior to his appointment in Utah, he was a member of the Savannah Symphony Orchestra. He received a Bachelors Degree for the Eastman School of Music as a student of Stanley Hasty, and a Masters degree at the University of California at Santa Barbara with Mitchell Lurie. Other orchestras he has been a member of include the Tulsa Philharmonic and the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra. As a chamber musician, he has performed at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, the La Jolla Chamber Music Festival, the Round Top Music Festival, and locally in the Nova, Intermezzo, and Park City International chamber music series. In addition to his work as a performer, Lee is well know as a mouthpiece maker and refacer, with clients throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. He is a consultant for D'addario Woodwinds and is directly involved in the development of the X series line of mouthpieces. When not performing in the Utah Symphony or refacing mouthpieces, Lee enjoys time in the outdoors with his wife and two boys, drinking great coffee, and playing the electric bass.