Below is a list of ensembles with whom I am currently performing.
For more information click on the ensemble image to be directed to their respective websites.
Nexas Saxophone Quartet
The Nexas Quartet is focused on promoting the musical plurality of the saxophone, showcasing its versatility and ability to cross genres. This unique approach has enabled the ensemble to perform throughout Australia and internationally, displaying the diversity of the repertoire.
NSW Police Band
Formed in 1895, the NSW Police Band is regarded as ‘The State Band of NSW’. The NSW Police Band is one of the country’s oldest continuous running concert bands and is one of only two full-time Police Bands in Australia. It is a permanent full-time unit of the NSW Police Force and comprises of 33 professional musicians.The band fulfils over 230 engagements each year - including supporting State Government, NSW Police, community and charity events.
Boasting great diversity the band appears in various formations: as a Wind Band, Parade Band, Big Band, Rock Band, Jazz Ensemble, Dixie & Ragtime groups, as well as a clarinet quintet, wind quintet, and brass, or low brass quintets, and often featuring our highly skilled members in duos & as soloists.
The band performs at formal indoor concerts, outdoor events, recitals, street festivals and parades, school visits/workshops and various prestigious ceremonies including 'Ticker Tape' parades for Australian sporting teams, Commonwealth and Olympic athletes; as well as performances for Heads of State, Royalty, Prime Ministers and Presidents. The Parade Band functions as a marching band for ceremonial events throughout the year, including Police graduations and award ceremonies, State Government protocol events, Anzac Day and Remembrance Day.
The Sax Summit
The Sax Summit is quickly gaining attention as one of Australia's most original and dynamic new acts. In a high energy, interactive show, four saxophonists and percussion perform a sharp and varied program featuring favourite pop, jazz and classical hits.