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Saxophonist, Composer, Producer, Educator

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Saxophonist - Conductor

“As a concert saxophonist and pedagogue I need material that is highly reliable, with an excellent response and flexibility.  Légère reeds give me confidence in performance due to their high consistency, allowing me to focus on the music without worrying about my material.” – Koen Dries

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Orchestral and Theatrical Saxophonist

“Légère reeds make the perfect doubling reed because they are always ready and respond perfectly every time. I used Légère reeds for my job playing in pit orchestra for the International Tour of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast.” – Michael Rosen

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The “Sax Sensation”

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Australian jazz saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist and composer

Touring with Cirque du Soleil’s big top show ‘VOLTA’

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Sax Noir is a saxophone quartet dedicated to exploring the full width and depth of classical, jazz, pop and standards repertoire for Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone saxophones. The expressive nature of the instruments and the group’s high performance standards make them a crowd-pleasing feature act in the concert hall. They have been featured performers with the Burnaby Symphony Orchestra, the Vancouver Philharmonic, the Richmond Concert Band and the Pacific Symphonic Wind Ensemble.

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Soloist, Featured Soloist and Chamber Musician

“I’ve always enjoyed playing on a Légère. I find I’ve been able to do whatever I needed to do musically to make the performance or a practice meaningful and enjoyable. The fact remains, a Légère reed is extremely stable and reliable.” – Martin Kuuskmann

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Classical Saxophonist

“Légère reeds provide consistency, control and a great sound. Performers can finally stop worrying about reeds and get to the finer details of musical expression.” - Steven

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“I had initial skepticism at the prospect of using synthetic reeds. I was fortunate to have been given a few by my friend Eddie Daniels when he came through town one fall. He had been trying them as well. It took me a good 6-8 months of playing around with it before I really took them "out in public". At first I used them only on some outdoor orchestra concerts. I even remember leaving one on the stand afterwards because I couldn't see it or find it after I took it off to put my instrument away!

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Performing/Recording Artist and Composer

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