Four Winds Saxophone Quartet

Concerts • Weddings • Corporate Events

From Bach to Beyoncé, via Beethoven, the Beatles and Brubeck, Four Winds showcase the expressive power and flexibility of the saxophone, infusing every concert and event with their trademark sense of fun.

Next gig...
Wednesday July 17th, 7.30pm. Christchurch, Hitchin

Programme (subject to change):
Rondeau (Abdelazaar) - Purcell
Grande Quatuor Concertant op 79 - Singelee
Cakewalk - Debussy
Rotunda - Nigel Wood
Merry Go Round of Life - Hisaishi/Yamada
Asturias from Spanish Suite op47 for piano - Albeniz
Historie de tango (2nd mvt) - Piazzolla
Palladio - Jenkins

Sweet Georgia Brown - Pinkard
Georgia On My Mind - Carmichael/Charles
Take Five - Brubeck
Ballad for Kenny - Massey
Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder
When She Loved Me - from Toy Story 2 (Jessie's song) - Newman
Can you feel the love tonight - Rice/John OR At Last - Gordon/Warren
Sway - Rui /Demetrio
Blue Skies - Berlin


"Just wanted to say a huge thank you for you and the rest of the quartet at the weekend.​It was truly fantastic and the Tangled song was everything we’d dreamed of."
Emma and Michael

"Thanks once again for another memorable evening.A really uplifting concert and evening - thank you!​Truly blown way (if you'll forgive the pun) by you all."

"I love the sound this group makes - they take music seriously, and make it a lot of fun too."

"Four Winds combine energy and humour with fantastic musicianship. A total delight!"

"Four Winds devise programmes across all styles and are such engaging communicators with audiences."

"A joyous concert, not only because the performance was one of the first live events after lockdown, but also superb playing, brilliant choice of programme and an obvious joy of performing together."

"We have enjoyed some memorable concerts by the Four Winds Saxophone Quartet.They have a great unanimity of tone, style and intonation.They have both depth and power in their playing, with great rhythm and dexterity, as well as a delicate and refined sound. The talented players are equally matched and the answering voices of the four saxophones are always managed with great skill.​ We are hopeful of many more concerts to come."​