All posts tagged Saxophone

George Garzone Workshop

George Garzone Workshop

We are Lucky to play host to George Garzone for a Saxophone workshop. Friday 18th August, 4:30 – 6:30pm, Tickets strictly limited. Get in contact for more details and booking.

Bass Saxophone!!!

Today I got to service one of the bigger instruments we get through the shop. I still think the Contra Bass Clarinet takes the cake but for size this is […]
Reuben

Reuben Chin – Saxophone

Reuben graduated from the New Zealand School of Music with a BMus and PGDipMus with distinction studying classical saxophone under Debbie Rawson. During his undergraduate music study Reuben won the […]
James Wylie

James Wylie – Saxophone

Saxophonist, clarinetist and composer James Wylie (b.1986), currently based in Boston, MA, grew up in Wellington, New Zealand and was introduced to music through classical repertoire at a young age. […]
Colin Hemmingsen

Colin Hemmingsen – Saxophone

He is a name synonymous with jazz in New Zealand, and his reputation as a composer, performer and improviser has spread well beyond these shores. After four years studying and […]
Roger Manins

Roger Manins – Saxophone

Saxophonist and New Zealander Roger Manins is a rarity, a true find in Australasian jazz. Regarded as “an outstandingly gifted musician, with a warmly passionate sound, remarkable instrumental ability and […]
Jabin Ward

Jabin Ward – Saxophone

Jabin has been playing the saxophone for over 20 years. He started performing jazz professionally as a teenager in various groups from solo to jazz big band. Jabin is involved […]
Andre Paris

Andre Paris – Saxophone

Originally from Auckland New Zealand, Andre Paris has been involved with music since picking up the alto saxophone at age 9. During his school years he was a member of […]

NZSM Jazz Festival / Improvisation Competition

In 2011, The New Zealand School of Music established a new annual jazz festival. This competition and festival not only gives school musicians from throughout New Zealand the opportunity to […]