Decorating With Saxophone

If you’re passing by my facebookpage or webpage you might wonder what on earth you’ll ever need a saxophonist for in your life?? Luckily I’m here to tell you how and why it’s the most amazing thing for just your event!!
Either its a dinner party, a meeting, a danceparty or just afternoon tea, wedding or funeral or bar/bat mitsva – a break is needed at some point and usually you are probably enjoying some playback music for whatever meals that are planned or you hired an entire band. How about switching to live classical music?

I can do a lot, like a chameleon dressing the music for your event. I did a wedding in September 2017 where I performed classical background music during reception & dinner, a program consisting of composers like Bach, Bonneau and Piazzolla. Then finished off the weddingparty in the evening together with a DJ playing the good pop classics like Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears and ABBA. This is of course only what suited this wedding and situation and can be switched for your preferences! Of course for a funeral it would look very different, then maybe some music that your family or the passed one wishes(d) for. It will be elegant and suitable.
Are you having a meeting and want to break up with something new and different it’s always good to spice it up with some light improvisation and Bach.

Not too long ago I performed at a businiess meeting held by Skien Kommune. I was asked to perform for shortly 15minutes, here is a taste of what it could look like and be. This is Asturias by I. Albeniz performed by me, including some improvisation over the theme as an introduction. Enjoy, and remember – please contact me with any questions or wonderments!

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