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Hailey Brinnel

Hailey Brinnel is a trombonist, vocalist, arranger, composer and educator currently residing in Philadelphia. At the age of 12 she began performing throughout New England with her father Dave Brinnel. Now at 21 she has performed at prestigious venues around the world, independently having played with artists such as Sherrie Maricle and the DIVA Jazz Orchestra and Charles Neville. As part of the Temple University Big Band led by Terell Stafford, she has played and recorded alongside many of today's top jazz artists, including Ken Peplowski, Jimmy Heath, Ann Hampton Callaway, Jon Faddis, Luis Bonilla, Wycliffe Gordon and Dick Oatts. In addition, she spent this past fall on stage with Maurice Hines and The DIVA Jazz Orchestra as part of the national tour of the Hines' off-Broadway production “Tappin' Thru Life”. ​ Although she is a young artist, Brinnel has already performed at acclaimed venues such as Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola in Manhattan (with Sherrie Maricle and The DIVA Jazz Orchestra), the XPoNential Music Festival (Ben Arnold and his 48 Hour Orchestra), The Lake George Jazz Festival (DIVA), The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. (DIVA), and The North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam (The Conservatorium Van Amsterdam’s ‘Keep an Eye’ Summer Jazz Orchestra led by Justin DiCioccio). You can hear her on the Temple University Big Band 2015 album Dear Dizzy and Kat Siciliano's album Stories

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