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BrandonLee Cierley

BrandonLee Cierley is a saxophonist/composer in the South Puget Sound area, along with being the founder of the well known professional group called 322 that has been together for 5 years. BrandonLee Cierley took classical lessons from Fred Winkler and Eric Steighner and then ventured to pursue jazz further with professional saxophonist Tracy Knoop. BrandonLee has also been recently been taking lessons with Braxton Cook, up and coming jazz saxophonist based out of the New York area. Both teachers have been able to provide both spectrums of jazz music that influences BrandonLee’s playing.

BrandonLee Cierley has co-composed pieces for 322 that are featured during live performances as well as their first professional album that was released in September of 2017, “Emergence”. BrandonLee has played at various Seattle jazz venues including The Royal Room, The Triple Door’s Musicquarium, KNKX Live Studio Sessions just to name a few. He has also participated in Tacoma’s First Annual Jazz Walk.

BrandonLee Cierley graduated recently from Pacific Lutheran University with degrees in Exercise Science and a music minor. BrandonLee also spends time as a ACE Certified Personal Trainer. He plans to make a splash in the jazz scene and be an inspiration to the community by being able to pursue the passion of music he has as well as helping individuals to acquire a healthy lifestyle change.