Seychelle Dunn-Corbin is a saxophonist best known for her inclusivity in programming, performance, and education. As an alum of Morgan State University, a Historical Black College; Seychelle began looking to diversify the realm of western classical styles and considers herself an advocate and socially conscious artist.
As a first-generation graduate of a four-year college and beyond, education has been and continues to be at the forefront of Seychelle’s lifelong pursuit of knowledge. After completing her studies and earning both a B.A. and M.A. degree in music, Seychelle furthered her education at Longy School of Music of Bard College and is currently a third-year doctoral candidate at Boston University.
She is a founding member of the Area 9 Quartet which has commissioned and premiered new works for saxophone quartet in Boston and New York City, in addition to co-founding North Star Duo – a unique duo of Flute(s) and Saxophone(s) that commissions & performs works by composers of color; and facilitates a bi-annual Women’s Equity Project in Boston, Ma. Additionally, Seychelle serves as faculty at Bunker Hill Community College and Salem State University, teaching a wide array of courses in music history, teaching artistry, piano, and saxophone.
Seychelle currently studies with Kenneth Radnofsky and has previously studied with composers Dr. James Lee III and Dr. Nkeiru Okoye; saxophonists Tim Green, Brian Sacawa, and Cory Kaspryzk; and pianists /organists Dr. Stephanie Bruning and Dr. Samuel Springer. She is a proud member of the Omega Eta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc; serving the South Shore needs through various community engagement activities.
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