‘Saxophone Idols Live in Action’ at Music Museum

Saxophone Fastrack and Light Symphony Music Horne Integrated School will be having its first saxophone concert dubbed as Saxophone Idols Live in Action (S.I.L.A.) on Nov. 29 at Music Museum  7:00 pm.

‘Saxophone Idols Live in Action’ at Music Museum

The concert will feature well-known local artists like Josh Espinosa, a saxophone virtuoso and Eat Bulaga’s Saxophone Hero. He is also the saxophonist of Martin Nievera, Gary V and other famous artists.

Archie Lacorte, a faculty member of UST Conservatory of Music, has performed in International Jazz Festivals across Asia. He played for international artists like Stephen Bishop, Kenny G, Peter Cetera of Chicago and recently for John Ford Coley. He also performed locally for Sitti Navarro, and Ely Buendia to name a few.

Marc Vincent a.k.a Sax Serenade, the rising YouTube sensation famous for his sax cover, including IV of Spades’ “Mundo” and Moira Dela Torre’s “Tagpuan” that garnered hundreds of thousands of views

Performing with them is saxophone Fastrack’s top student Nix Lontoc, who is also the saxophonist of Benny Band and b. Along with Ms. Nix, Kimwell Bunag,  Christian Chiu a.k.a. XT On Sax, Jon Bautista,  Enchong Formosa of Midlife Crisis, Genick Generoso, Julio Medina, and Raul Banzon. 

Jaybee Javelosa,  the producer of the aid concert and coach of Saxophone Fastrack, will join his students on stage.

The SILA Concert is also proud to have  SUD, a local indie Jazz band known for their single hits “Sila” and “Di Makatulog,” as their special guest. 

Proceeds of this saxophone concert will go to Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines, a non-government organization that provides medical and disaster response missions and other community projects.

For more details about the concert, inquire at 0915 2642335 or 02 3979091 and check out their Facebook page SILA Saxophone Idols Live in Action.

Topics: Saxophone Fastrack and Light Symphony Music Horne Integrated School , Saxophone Idols Live in Action , Josh Espinosa. Archie Lacorte
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