An International, Amazingly Versatile, Lyrical Club & Jazz Saxophonist. Warm rich tones & Endless Energy.
International Saxophonist Katy performs at exclusive clubs, Festivals and private events. From New Year’s Eve on boats, glamorous weddings across the UK. Katy tours with her saxophone around the globe.
Get your event started with the sounds of a saxophonist to integrate the music into your wedding ceremony or party. I am able to wander through your guests and happy to help to add some special atmosphere to your event. I am a pro musician who performs worldwide with a range of artists from David McAlmont, Oriana Curls (BBC Altogether Now)
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‘GET GETZ’ – JAZZ GROUP:
Playing popular Jazz standards (Fly Me To The Moon, A Foggy Day) & Bossa Nova (Girl From Ipanema, Desfinando) This collective can consist of solo saxophone with tracks or live band from duo to quintet. ‘Get Getz’ has performed on the London Jazz scene at Crazy Coqs, The Pheasantry and Ronnie Scott’s.
‘PINK CACTUS’ – LIVE DJ & SAX SET (add on VIOLIN/VOCALS):
Transitioning into House music, Katy infuses her live saxophone performances with DJ sets. Transforming her saxophone playing into a contemporary funky style with her natural ability interpreting modern dance music with a Jazz twist.
This DJ & live saxophone outfit is a great crowd pleaser. Ever been to Ibiza and wished you could have those big names performing for you guests? This vibe is for you. Pop, Modern, Club Anthems, RnB, Chill out/Cafe del Mar. ‘Pink Cactus’ perform classics: How Deep is Your Love, Klingande – Jubel, Faul – Changes and more… Add on Percussion, Violin & Vocals for the full combo!
Playing venues – Black’s, Burlington Arcade, Botanical Gardens, Latitude, Green Man and Edinburgh Festivals, in Cuba, Milan, Verona, Rome, Berlin and Bohemia.
Katy is in demand for corporate events and wedding receptions taking Saxophone to new levels working alongside DJ’s to bring incredible live performances.
Past clients include – Google, BBC, Royal Academy, Imperial War Museum News UK, as well as intimate private party gatherings in bars and restaurants.