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page2_pic1About Christian
Christian Brewer is a well known jazz alto saxophonist /composer and educator on the London jazz scene.
He has been a leading voice on the alto saxophone for over 20 years, and has performed at many of the top clubs and festivals both at home and abroad.

He has played and performed with some of leading figures in European jazz and beyond including Leon Greening, Andrea Pozza, Alesandro Minetto (Italy),Chano Dominguez(Spain), Peter King, Bob Martin (USA), Steve Brown, Gilad Atzmon, Will Vinson, Dmitry Baevsky (Russia), Damon Brown, Jim Mullen, Carl Orr, Renato D'Aiello (Italy), Dave Schnitter(USA), Jorge Pardo, Antonio Mesa, Francesco Pose, Tito Alcedo (Spain), Yutaka Shiina(Japan), Sebastian Rochford, Tom Farmer, Shane Forbes, Steve Fishwick ,Stan Sulzmann, Jim Hart, Tristan Mailliot, Phil Donkin, Brandon Allen, Jonathan Gee, Anita Wardell(UK), Dick de Graaf, Jos Matchel(Holland), Mark Taylor, Joe Cohn, (USA)...amongst many.

His recordings have been very well recieved by the critics and audiences alike and in 2004 `Introducing Christian Brewer' came second in the International Jazz Competition of Granada (Spain). His album Seesaw, was runner-up in 2005 recieving a special mention.
He has performed all over Europe including: Ronnie Scotts (London), The Hot club (Lisbon), The Jamboree (Barcelona), Cafe Central, Clamores, Whiskey Jazz (Madrid), The New morning (Paris), Sevilla, Barcelona , Malaga (Spain ), Ceuta (North Africa), Jazz Festivals : Macau Jazz Festiva(China), Laigueglia Jazz Festival, Villa Celimontana Festival (Rome),Ancona Jazz Festival (Italy),Dourro (Portugal) Scarborough, Cleethorpes, Swanage Jazz Festivals (uk) amongst others.

He has also performed with pop artists including Paul Weller, Push, Seal, Rico Rodriguez, Otis Grand and The Ragga Twins.

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