The London Saxophone Festival 2018 is the first of its kind, in celebration of the saxophone through concerts, film, workshops and more.

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London Saxophone Festival 2018

  • 21st May 2018 - 27th May 2018
  • Numerous venues across London

The London Saxophone Festival 2018 is the first of its kind, in celebration of the saxophone through concerts, film, workshops and more. Bringing together lovers of the saxophone, worldwide musicians, music fans and students alike, this pioneering festival is for Londoners and visitors to celebrate, appreciate and learn more about the saxophone. It will also provide a platform for saxophone players and non saxophone player to collaborate, showcase and play the instrument, representing a wide range of musical styles and genres.

 

Confirmed events so far:

21st May

Everyman Kings Cross

Screening of “Bird” with music in the bar before.

23rd May
Alexander Bone
BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year Winner
Pizza Express, Holborn London

24th May
Evan Parker

Legendary British Free Jazz Icon

Vortex, Dalston London

24th May

Everyman Muswell Hill.

Screening of “The Talented Mr Ripley” with music in the bar before

25th May
YolanDa Brown
Double MOBO Award Winner
Jazz Cafe, Camden London

26th May
Bob Reynolds (Snarky Puppy) + Casey Benjamin (Robert Glasper Experiment)
Cadogan Hall, Sloane Square London

25th, 26th, 27th May
Steve Norman (Spandau Ballet)
Pizza Express, Holborn London

26th May (11am – 8.30pm)

Sax Village & Family Day
Foyer Cadogan Hall (Free Admission)

 

 

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