Sean Doyle is a composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, conductor, and educator. He writes music for the concert stage, collaborative works for theatre and dance, songs that live on record, and music for commercial media.
His work Letters from Zelda for soprano and chamber orchestra was described by the Washington Post as a “vivid, eventful score… brilliantly written, full of the anything-goes spirit of the Jazz Age”.
Sean earned a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Peabody Institute (Johns Hopkins University), and BM & MM degrees from the State University of New York at Fredonia.
Since 2015 he has taught composition, theory, and musicianship at American University (DC), where he also served as director of the Music Program.
He studied composition with Kevin Puts and Donald Bohlen.
Sean originally hails from Long Island, NY.
photo: Victoria Lesiw
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