Just received another batch of the great 10mFan mouthpieces. Now available, check them out here: https://www.seawindmusic.com/our-products/product-category/mouthpieces/
Our friend Roy Styffe came for a visit today and tried out all the new 10mFan mouthpieces.. He likes the Showtime tenor piece, he just had to take it home. Now available!. Check them out here!
Time for a new mouthpiece? How about Saxophonist.org 2021 co-mouthpiece winner of the year! The Celebration from 10MFan has a big, full rich, warm sound, large chamber design that will stand up to any vintage hr Link and more! Now available here in Canada. BUY NOW
We are very pleased to announce that we are now Canadian Distributors of the 10MFan line of mouthpieces. These mouthpieces are masterfully hand finished by master mouthpiece re-facers, Brian Powell and Erik Greiffenhagen! Available for soprano, alto, tenor and baritone models and made of the finest German bar stock hard rubber. World-class mouthpieces!
For more information visit: 10MFan
As our US supplier, now on sale till December 25th.
We are very pleased to be expanding our Jody Jazz line of mouthpieces with the addition of the CUSTOM DARK series. The HR* CUSTOM DARK mouthpieces are their premium line of hard rubber saxophone mouthpieces where they are using a proprietary Chedeville® Rubber. CHR (Chedeville Rubber) is a softer purer formula than regular standard hard rubber. This rubber imparts a rich warm sound.
This new mouthpiece has a beautiful warm spread tone, free blowing, is reed friendly. You will be able to shape your sound, with a huge bottom end and power when you need it.
For more information, visit Jody Jazz.
We are very proud to introduce our new PJ Perry Limited Edition line of alto saxophones. PJ had a very hands-on role in every aspect of the development of these beautiful instruments. Please watch our video presentation, and check out the new horns at your local music store.
We are very happy to have David Zucchi playing our new SeaWind baritone saxophones. David has performed as a soloist and chamber musician at venues across the UK, Europe, and Canada, including Cadogan Hall, St. John’s Smith Square, the Royal Festival Hall, the Canadian Music Centre, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Canadian High Commission in London. He is a recent graduate of the Royal College of Music’s Artist Diploma program, where he studied with Kyle Horch and Martin Robertson (jazz) as an Edward and Helen Hague Scholar. Previously, David attended the University of Toronto Faculty of Music, where he studied saxophone with Wallace Halladay and composition with Alexander Rapoport. Upon graduating, he was awarded the William and Phyllis Waters Graduating Award, one of the Faculty’s top graduating prizes. David has participated in master classes with renowned soloists Arno Bornkamp, Timothy McAllister, and Marcus Weiss, and has attended the Universitée Européenne de Saxophone in Gap, France with the support of a David and Marcia Beach Summer Study Award.
With a keen interest in the performance of contemporary music, he has commissioned and premiered many works by emerging composers, and was selected to participate in the 2016 London Sinfonietta Academy. He worked closely with Canadian composer and songwriter Ross Koopmans on the staging of his multimedia work Braedalyn, which opened the Royal College of Music’s Great Exhibitionist series in March of 2016. David also performs with the London-based new music groups Echoshed and La Tache Ensemble. Dedicated to the promotion of Canadian music abroad, David recently curated “True North Sounds: A Canadian Music Celebration” with the Royal Overseas League; the event featured the UK premieres of a number of contemporary Canadian works. An active chamber musician, he recently joined the Abelia Saxophone Ensemble for a tour of Switzerland, and was awarded the RCM’s Woodwind Ensemble Prize (2016) with the Ono Saxophone Quartet. As a jazz saxophonist, David has performed extensively with the RCM Big Band, including a performance of Duke Ellington’s suite “Such Sweet Thunder” at the Southbank Centre as a part of the Shakespeare400 series.
David is the winner of numerous scholarships and awards, including the David and Marcia Beach Summer Study Award (2012, 2013), the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto Scholarship (2013), the William and Phyllis Waters Graduating Award from the University of Toronto (2014), and the Sylva Gelber Music Foundation Award (2016).
David sent us a video recently of him performing on his new SeaWind bari, playing a classic composition by the great Duke Ellington: The Single Petal of a Rose.
Absolutely gorgeous!! For those who have been asking, we have just a couple of limited edition silver plated Phil Dwyer tenor saxophones now available. These come with all the same features, black roo pads, stainless steel resonators, blue steel springs, and the custom engraving designed by Jeremy Humpherville.
Have you checked out our new Soprano and Baritone saxophones? Now available thru Long & McQuade. Go and give them a try. We would love to hear your comments. For more info, visit SeaWind Saxophones, or Long & McQuade.
Pleased to announce that we finally have our SeaWind Professional model Soprano saxophone available. They come will all the same features as our tenor’s and alto’s. Honey gold finish, black roo pads with stainless steel resonators. Great intonation and warm sound. We hope to have sound clips available soon. http://www.seawindmusic.com/our-products/soprano-saxophone/