Covering a wide range of compositions including pop song and opera, symphonic music and music for children, world music and electronic soundscapes - as far apart as they might seem in terms of musical forms and music genres - the music composed by Anja Djordjevic is always authentic and recognizable.Read more.
Gang of Saxophone Players
Banda saksofonista (Gang of Saxophone Players) is the orchestra made by the saxophone students of the Elementary and Secondary Music School Josip Slavenski. The ensemble was formed with the aim of giving young performers the experience of performing chamber music. They are known for their performances at outdoor events, which contribute to the popularization of the instrument among the broader audience.Read more.
After nomination for Victoires du jazz with his first album Brother Stoon in 2013, Baptiste Herbin recorded with many great musicians such as: Keith Brown, Aldo Romano, Essiet Essiet and Jeff Tain Watts, Callisto quartet with Jean-Charles Richard, Stéphane Guillaume and Vincent David.Read more.
Eva Barthas (1988) began playing the saxophone at the age of 8. She graduated from the Conservatoire of Toulouse with Philippe Lecocq and obtained her Diploma of Musical Studies in 2006. She continued her studies in Christian Wirth’s class in Paris and integrated Claude Delangle's CNSMDP saxophone class in 2008. She got a saxophone master with honors in 2012, then her saxophone teacher certificate in 2016.Read more.
Francesco Santucci graduated in saxophone at the age of sixteen under the guidance of Alfio Galigani and at the same time studied clarinet and flute. After that he moves to the USA improving further his knowledge under the supervision of Joe Allard in New York and Paul H. Jeffrey at Duke University, Durham. Later his teachers will be: Robert Mann for composition, Lino Quagliero and Bruno Canfora for arrangiament and Francesco de Masi, with whom he will establish a long-termRead more.
Mobilis Saxophone Quartet
The Mobilis Saxophone quartet was formed by four ambitious saxophone students in Vienna in 2009. All members are now accomplished saxophonists and pedagogues on music schools and universities in Austria and Croatia. The potential of the quartet got an early recognition, when it won Austrian National Chamber Music Competition and became finalist of the Fidelio Competition at the Conservatory Vienna.Read more.
Nicolas Arsenijevic acquired parallel in recent years, a great stage experience. So he created in 2007, Oblivion Quintet with whom he gives numerous concerts everywhere in France. He participated as a soloist in several concerts with orchestra, particularly with the Slovenian String Chamber Orchestra in Ljubljana and with the Chieri Chamber Orchestra in Italy (concerts by Glazunov and Larsson).Read more.
Pieter Pellens is a Belgian saxophone player based in Brussels. He studied at the conservatories of Ghent, Milan, Vienna and Brussels. As a freelance musician he worked with ensembles and orchestras such as: Symfonieorkest van de Munt, Brussels Philharmonic, Filarmonica della Scala, Orchestra dell'Academia Nazionale Santa Cecilia, Orchestra dell'Academia Teatro alla Scala, Wiener Jeunesse Orchestra, Vienna Saxophonic Orchestra, Nadar Ensemble and het Collectief.Read more.
Aleksandar Sedlar (1982) is a Serbian composer, conductor, multi-instrumentalist and producer. He graduated in composition (2006) at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade with Professor Vlastimir Trajković, as valedictorian. In the same year he won the prize awarded by the Stevan Hristić Foundation. At the same faculty he graduated in conducting with Professor Bojan Suđić.Read more.
Bojan Zulfikarpašić, born Belgrader, has been living and working for more than two decades in Paris, where he is considered to be an esteemed artist of the French jazz stage. He has a very successful career, and won the most prestigious awards in jazz music. He recorded his first author album for solo piano in 2001 named Solobsession and gained with it the global reputationRead more.
Fish in oil
Fish in oil performs original instrumental music, colored with a bit of blues, rock and roll, surf, folk, free-jazz, film-music, at the same time avoiding to be classified under any of these. Music of this band reflects accurately the time and the region where it comes from; namely, this is an intriguing mixture of the western and eastern cosmology, fusion of history and contemporary life.Read more.
This is a unique combination of deejaying and a live performance on the saxophone. It’s a high energy mix of deejay passion fused with freestyle sax performance which delivers you unique experience. This most sought after live show on the Belgrade’s top venues will lift the roof of every night club for sure, but also can build a bespoke show around corporate events with the best-quality digital sound system. Whether it is a 50 guest party or 1000+, their priorityRead more.
Saxophonist, arranger and composer. Uglješa was born in 1983 in Belgrade, Serbia. Completed the master studies in Graz, Austria, in the class of professor Karlheinz Miklin. During his studies he took lessons for one year with the legendary saxophonist Don Menza and attended sax courses with Jery Bergonzy, Dave Libman, Bob Mintzer, Brad Lilly and many others. He works as saxophonist and also an arranger in many orchestras, including Big Band RTS and Big Band HRT. Uglješa played with famousRead more.
Uki Ovaskainen is the winner of the 1st prize, the special prize Contemporanea, as well as the prize of the audience at Premio Jaen piano competition in Spain. He performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Europe. He studied at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki, in Copenhagen with prof. Jose Ribera, and in Hannover Hochschule with prof. Matti Raekallio.Read more.