Sean Bailey saxophone
Sean Bailey is a Philadelphia-born clarinet and saxophone player; known for his creativity and lyricism, he plays a wide array of genres in venues spanning from intimate jazz clubs to world-renowned concert halls. He holds M.M. and B.M. degrees in Clarinet Performance from Temple University, where he studied with Ricardo Morales.
Sean has performed on clarinet, alto saxophone, and tenor saxophone with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and he is a regular clarinet soloist and lead tenor with Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia. He can often be seen playing clarinet, saxophone, and flute with the Philly POPS Orchestra, and he has appeared with a number of other regional ensembles, including the Delaware Symphony, South Florida Symphony Orchestra, and the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic.
Sean is part of the Music Studies faculty at Temple University, where he teaches courses on audio engineering and small business finance. His work as an engineer can be found on the Naxos label.
Sean Bailey is a Backun Artist.