Saxophonist Barry Saunders has played clubs, festivals and concerts throughout The United States, with a few dates in Europe and Asia, with such notable musicians and ensembles as Conte Condoli, Pete Christlieb, OK|OK, Michael McGinnis, Erik Deutsch, Clark Terry, Barry Manilow, Three Dog Night, Portland (Maine) Symphony Orchestra and the New Hampshire Music Festival Symphony Orchestra. Barryʼs work, with his own ensemble, has been featured on the award winning Maine Public Radio news program "Maine Things Considered." Most recently, he could be heard on "Spinning on Air" with David Garland from the studios of WNYC. He can also be heard on Erik Deutschʼs CD “Hush Money” (hammerandstring.com). He has enjoyed a decorated public school teaching career including winning a Maine Alliance for Arts Educators Fellowship Grant. Barry has spent the last two years teaching for Bennington College while earning an MFA in composition and contemporary improvisation. He also enjoys a thriving saxophone/clarinet and improvisation studio at his house in Gorham Maine. Some notable teachers include Bill Street, Michael Cain, Milford Graves and Bruce Williamson.