Headline - BBC Young Musician of the Year Alexander Bone added to LSF line up
The London Saxophone Festival presents Alexander Bone a saxophonist, pianist, composer, arranger and producer based in the UK. He performed to millions on The Last Night of the Proms, broadcast on BBC Two and he was crowned the first ever winner of the BBC Young Musician Jazz Award. A winner of the British Jazz Awards "Rising Star", Alexander has worked with global superstars Kylie Minogue, legend Nile Rodgers and chart-topping producers Rudimental. Alexander was born into a musical family, his mother a singer and his father a saxophonist. He achieved his grade 8 jazz saxophone at the age of 10 and during his teens acquired all four diplomas for jazz saxophone, finishing with the Fellowship Diploma (FLCM) at 18. He's performed live with internationally-acclaimed artists including Newton Faulkner, writing an exclusive arrangement of his hit song 'Indecisive'. Other artists include the Gwilym Simcock Trio, Dave Holland, Liane Carroll, Gary Barlow & Jean Toussaint. Alexander was a soloist with the BBC Concert Orchestra, performing Taxi Driver by Bernard Herrmann. Alexander brings his fantastic sound to the 2018 London Saxophone Festival at Pizza Express Holborn.