Rosemary Bailey

Rosemary Bailey

“The First Lady of the Organ”

Rosemary Bailey began playing the piano at the age of five, performing strictly classical music. She soon diversified and incorporated jazz and traditional popular styles in her repertoire. By the time she was nine years old, Rosemary had begun touring throughout the United States. Her creativity and originality have dominated her organ styling since she
became a professional musician at the age of eleven.

Rosemary has performed with many name artists including Victor Borge and Pete Nero as well as the Duke Ellington Orchestra. She was also featured soloist with the Chicago Symphony under the direction of Dr. Leon Stein. At home on electronic as well as pipe organs, her concert schedule has taken her to such countries as Japan, South Africa, Canada, Italy, Spain, England, Holland, Denmark, Portugal, Germany and Australia. Rosemary’s unique arrangements involve the marriage of her classical and popular music background. Perfect pitch enables her to effortlessly field requests from the audience and adds spontaneity to all her programs. Rosemary has developed a following of musical devotees wherever she performs and her numerous recordings are sought after by young and old alike. She has  performed with symphony orchestras and jazz groups. As musical director, she has worked for many professional companies on broadway shows. Her solo concerts throughout the world have been acclaimed by many reviewers as outstanding, brilliant and works of genius.

Discover the artistry of Rosemary Bailey  on March 26, 2015 as you enjoy a sampling of what has thrilled audiences and made Miss Bailey an internationally famous performer.