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Flavour was created by pairing the talents of keyboard engineer and composer Lawrence Ross, with the big sound and delightful tones of saxophonist Bryne Donaldson. Formed in 2010 in Phoenix, AZ, the idea was a small footprint band with a big sound. The purpose: to satisfy a niche in the market for venues that had no stage for a full band, but yet still wanted live music. The combination of Bryne’s old school, gospel influences and Lawrence’s new age sounds is a unique and exciting blend. The group started playing cover tunes in upscale restaurants, resorts and country clubs in the Phoenix area


Steve Arié

Sydney based jazz musician Steve Arié is a rare bird on the jazz scene. After more than 25 years as one of the most in demand jazz double bass players, he has reinvented himself as a quirky vocalist and alto saxophonist with more than a nod to the styles of Chet Baker and Paul Desmond. Steve has performed with many Australian greats including Dale Barlow, Bernie McGann, D.I.G., Ten Part Invention, George Washingmachine, Pardon Me Boys, MARA!, Bob Bertles, Erol Buddle, Wanderlust, Martin Plaza and Gyan. He has played at prestigious festivals and events including two performances at Chicago Jazz Festival, Hothouse Jazz Club Chicago, The Kennedy Centre for Performing Arts (USA), Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Ruhrfestspiele Germany, Queenstown Jazz Festival and jazz and music festivals throughout Australia. Steve is self taught and plays saxophone, flute, double bass, electric bass, guittaron (Mexican bass), guitar and piano.


Pureum Jin

Pureum Jin is a South Korea-born, NYC-based award-winning saxophonist, arranger, and composer, establishing herself as one of the leading figures in the jazz world with her recently released album ‘The Real Blue’ through Cellar Live in June 2019. The title of the album ‘The Real Blue’ is a direct translation of her Korean name in English, as the tunes reflect the journey of her life and career after coming to the US – struggling as a woman, immigrant, and a mother, but moving forward with the love and support of family and friends. Pianist and executive producer Jeremy Manasia has put together an all-star lineup, including the great Willie Jones III on drums, and rising stars Luke Sellick on bass, and Sabeth Perez on vocals


Roz Harding is an "original and imaginative" (Mike Westbrook) alto saxophonist. The alto speaks volumes for Roz; she feels connected to it and audiences enjoy her ability to communicate - "a player who can tell a story that captivates and brings us back for more" (Gary Bayley). Described as "inspirational" and "immense" by Jazzwise Magazine, Roz has an expressive and "distinctive" (Smiths Academy Informer) style, citing her influences as Kate Bush, Bob Dylan, Frederick Alexander and his technique, Art Pepper, Jeff Buckley, Prince, Nick Drake, Manic Street Preachers and Jackie McLean. Roz lives in Devon and likes to play new music


Tobiasz Siankiewicz

Tobiasz Siankiewicz is a Polish saxophonist and flautist based in New York City. After arriving in New York in 2012, Siankiewicz earned a degree in jazz performance from the City College of New York in 2017. During his time at CCNY he had the opportunity to study and/or perform with Steve Wilson, Jon Gordon, Jason Rigby, Mike Holober, Scott Reeves, Daniel Carillo, Dr. Lonnie Smith and Marvin Stamm. In 2018, he recorded his debut album with quintet entitled Time to Begin featuring musicians such as Bruce Harris and Clovis Nicolas. Born in Poland, Siankiewicz began his formal training at the age of 12


Tom Neale

Tom has performed, as a leader and as a sideman throughout the UK. Initially with some of the North’s finest jazz musicians including, Dominic J Marshall, Sam Watts, Alex Davis, Rus Nygard Pearson, Sam Gardner, Eddie Hick, Joost Hendrickx, Matt Anderson, Aubin Vanns, Chris Bussey, Sam Vicary and Alex Munk. After moving to London in 2011, Tom established himself as a working musician in the London jazz scene, an electronic composer and a teacher. He plays with some of London’s finest improvisers such as Will Butterworth, Marcus Penrose, Sam Watts, Henrik Jenson, Arther Lea, Pete Ibbetson, Briggite Beraha and Pat Davey. Recently Tom has also been writing, recording, performing and producing music for his debut album ‘The Realm’. Tom has also toured extensively for a decade with one of Britain’s most popular reggae bands BackBeat SoundSystem alongside bands such as Madness, The Wailers, Katchafire and Easy Star All Stars. He has performed at prestigous venues and events which have included Ronnie Scotts, Pizza Express Jazz Club, Wembley Arena, Glastonbury Festival, Isle of White Festival, The Green Man Festvial, Balcony TV, Battersea Power- Station, The Dorchester Hotel, The Eden Project, BBC Introducing, The Electric Beach Festival and the Boardmasters Festival.


Pavel Skornyakov

PAVEL "PASHA" SKORNYAKOV is a Russian jazz saxophonist living in Moscow, and a rising star on the international jazz scene. As a gifted composer and musician, Pavel is a virtuoso of the alto sax, soprano sax, tenor sax, and flute. He has already forged an impressive chain of successes: in addition to performing in cities across his native Russia, Skornyakov has performed in shows throughout Europe and Asia. In 2017, he toured South Korea along with famed Korean musicians and became an endorser of Kim’s Korea Saxophone. Most recently, Skornyakov’s debut album, Early Season, was released in June 2018 on the German jazz label, nagel heyer records


Kristoffer Rosing-Schow

I like music. I like music a lot. i like Jim Jarmusch. I like food, and to make food (all day). I like that Asger Jorn gave mr. Guggenheim the finger. I like Tom Waits. I like things i don't understand. I like Ennio Morricone and Angelo Badelamenti. i like noisy music. I like to be very precise and delicate about small things. I like to spend hours pondering about small sentences i Ulysses. I like to dance. I like to loose track of time. I like to talk and listen. Don Delillo. Mingus (His shouting). I believe I am an atheist. I like to give up control (but it can be very hard). I want to fall into the arms of someone


David Jans

I am David Jans, a Maastricht/Luxembourg based Alto Sax player and Composer. Due to my education and influences I like juggling around many different styles but with a main focus on Jazz. Artistically, I am influenced by many artists from Jazz to Classic to Film Music and any kind of Rock Music, such as Kenny Garrett’s expressive sound on Alto Sax, or the incredibly story telling music from Hans Zimmer with the simplest melodies or even the powerfulness of metal music. At the moment I am starting to play with my own Quartet with friends from the Conservatorium Maastricht where I am studying at


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