Adan Hagley is a pianist, arranger, composer, producer and educator from Trinidad and Tobago. He graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2013 with a Bachelors of Music in Contemporary Writing and Production. Since returning to Trinidad, Adan has been freelancing as a pianist with many of the country's top acts including Vaughnette Bigford, Carlton Zanda, Andy Narell, Relator, Ella Andall and The Mighty Shadow to name a few. As a composer and arranger he has also been freelancing for a variety of mediums. As a film composer his work on "Flying The Coup" a short film by Ryan Lee, helped win the People's Choice Award at the Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival.
Adan has recently taken up the role of bandleader to perform his original compositions and arrangements. The band is made up of some of Trinidad and Tobago’s finest musicians. The band recently completed its first successful concert at Kaiso Blues Cafe. Since then they went on to headline a number of shows including Point Fortin Jazz 2017, North Coast Jazz 2017 and Jazz Artists on The Greens 2018.
Adan now hopes to pass on the knowledge he has acquired over the years to the next generation. In 2017 he accepted the position of Music Teacher at Holy Name Convent Point Fortin where he hopes to make an impact with youths who have a keen interest in music.