Clifford Morin is an eclectic Saxophonist, multi-woodwind instrumentalist and composer based out of Philadelphia. As a free lance musician Clifford regularly performs and records with many different style’s of music in NYC, Philadelphia, and Europe. 

Clifford has a MM in jazz performance from Temple University where he has performed along side and studied with jazz legends such as Dick Oatts, Ben Schacter, Jon Faddis, Joe Lovano, Terell Stafford, Ben Van Gelder, Tim Warfield, Rodney Green, Jeff Tain Watts, and John Clayton to name a few. 

Clifford as a composer aims to compose music that paints stories of love, loss and the lessons of life that fill us with wisdom.

Alex is a charismatic entertainer and versatile musician. Through his music and performance, he seeks to motivate and cultivate high energy. With his quick-witted nature and desire to learn, he strives to bring an adventurous, outside-of-the-box voice to his music. Alex is always ready to adapt to impromptu situations and create a captivating moment from these unforeseen circumstances. During his time at West Chester University, Alex pursued dual degrees in Music Education and Classical Percussion Performance with a minor in Jazz Studies.


Throughout his collegiate career, he has studied under the likes of Dr. Chris Hanning, David Nelson, Leigh Howard Stevens, Dr. Ralph Sorrentino, and Dr. Terry Klinefelter. Alex has performed in several of West Chester University’s (WCU) top ensembles including as a featured soloist/percussionist for the Criterions Big Band, the Principle Percussionist for the Symphonic Orchestra, and the pianist for the Statesmen Big Band. Outside of his collegiate studies, he has performed in the Bob Beach Trio, Cadets Winter Percussion, Habanero – Latin band, HersheyPark Band, Orchestra 2001, Tritones Xylophone Trio, and World Youth Wind Orchestra.