Sabrina Isaac is a woodwind musician currently studying Clarinet Performance at the John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University. She has been playing the clarinet for 12 years and is a gigging musician in the New York Tristate area. Sabrina is currently studying clarinet with Professor Ben Baron and alto saxophone with Professor Chad Smith. She is a part of the university’s top ensembles including the Wind Symphony, Orchestra, and Jazz Band playing both clarinet and saxophone and holding principal positions. Sabrina is a woodwind doubler, playing all the clarinets, flutes, and saxophones and has played in numerous off broadway productions. Her awards include the Lucille Oliva Award for outstanding achievement as a music student in recognition of her significant potential in the field (2020), Dr. Theodore Atlas Foundation Performing Arts Scholarship Award (2018), Outstanding Soloist Award – World Strides and Regional Essentially Ellington (2017, 2018).
You can find Sabrina’s performance here.