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Piano Sax Jazz Duo
As world-class players gracing prestigious stages internationally, our Piano Sax Jazz Duo are long-term collaborators with rarely seen skill. Offering a set list of beloved standards as well as originals, the duo are well-suited to upmarket functions as a main stage act, or as a quality romantic act for weddings.
The Piano Sax Jazz Duo are much more than a background act and will draw attention at any event due to their accomplished musicianship. Two saxophones - soprano and alto - bring a variety of atmospheres and colours to an event, and the original numbers have a classical feel. As jazz musicians on the circuit for many years, their repertoire of standards is very large. But should you want the duo to learn something, they are happy to do so - and it will be presented in a way you’ve never heard it before.
Jazz festivals and restaurant-based concerts are the primary choices for this duo, however they are suited to a range of intimate environments as a focal point. Jazz lovers will be blown away by the duo, and those new to the genre will get an impressive introduction. Able to keep their set light-hearted and romantic, the duo are also an excellent choice for sophisticated weddings. Whether you’re creating an up-market cocktail event, a specialised jazz evening or planning a sophisticated wedding, the Piano Sax Jazz Duo will impress and entertain your guests.
Offering a one-and-a-half hour set, the group can add a drummer and bassist to create the English Jazz Quartet for an energetic, swinging sound. The two groups are able to customise their line-up to your requirements, giving you the opportunity to sample everything they can offer.
Take a look at their videos and previous clients to make sure they’re the band for you. To book the Piano Sax Jazz Duo, contact one of our dedicated entertainment specialists today.
- In a Sentimental Mood
- Lester Leaps In
- Little Peace in C for You
- Mack the Knife
- Cry Me a River
- Sweet Georgia Brown
- The Nearness of You
- You Don't Know What Love Is
- and many more…
- My Romance
" The intentionally melodic approach of the duo is likely to win them plenty of admirers. "
" The mood overall is elegiac and largely calm, with clever interplay between the alto and piano. "
" His playing is full of warmth and humanity. "
Bruce Lindsay, AllAboutJazz Ezine
" Staggeringly impressive "
Nick Lea, JazzViews Magazine