We are thrilled to announce Sax Magazine's Artist of the Month for June 2021: Mario Marzi. Enjoy the content we have developed with him.
Nobuya Sugawa — Bach Sequence
Nobuya Sugawa talks to Sax Magazine about his latest album, the award-winning Bach Sequence, on which he plays his own arrangements of Bach's Partitas for solo violin. Listen to it here!
We are honored to present Sax Magazine's Artist of the Month for May: Nobuya Sugawa, a true pioneer of the classical saxophone in Japan. Check out all the content we've put together with him.
Derek Brown’s Latest Albums — “Symbiosis” With Jeff Coffin, and “All Figured Out” With the Holland Concert Jazz Orchestra
Listen to them in Sax Magazine and see what Derek Brown himself has to say about them.
We are delighted to present Sax Magazine's Artist of the Month for April: Derek Brown, a phenomenon who accumulates more than 30 million views on YouTube, crossing genres from jazz to classical to funk.
Little Big Horn — a Project on the Baritone Saxophone
A multimedia performance by Arno Bornkamp that discovers new opportunities for the baritone saxophone, with the collaboration of eight great composers.
Dance — Bach by Arno Bornkamp
Arno Bornkamp shares with Sax Magazine a lot of exciting information about his latest album, including Bach music arranged for saxophone: Dance.
Our Featured Artist for March has written glorious pages in the recent history of the saxophone. Don't miss the interview he gave to Sax Magazine and the rest of the contents we will publish about him this month.
Noûs: Listen to the Latest Album by Claude Delangle
Our Featured Artist for February has just released on the Bis label his latest album, on which, together with his wife, Odile, he performs music by Philippe Leroux.
World Tour: Saxophone Sheet Music for Fun During the Lockdown
British composer Jeffery Wilson has published this entertaining book that includes saxophone sheet music and a CD with backing tracks.
On this occasion, our featured artist is one of the great contemporary saxophonists, exponent of the French school. Since 1988, he has been in charge of the world's leading Saxophone studio at the Paris Conservatory. And thanks to him, composers such as Berio, Boulez, Takemitsu, or Piazzola have written for our instrument.