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Kyle Horch – soprano and alto saxophones
Mark Allaway – alto saxophone
Andy Tweed – tenor saxophone
Tom Law – baritone saxophone

Pinewood Saxophone QuartetThe Pinewood Saxophone Quartet unites four London-based saxophonists whose talents span a wide range of orchestral playing, chamber music, jazz, West End musicals, and fi lm music. Kyle Horch has made several recordings as a classical recitalist, and has worked with many orchestras including the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, and Royal Opera House, as well as with the chamber ensemble ‘Counterpoise’, the ‘Art Deco Trio’ and the ‘Flotilla Quartet’. Jazz saxophonist Mark Allaway began his career playing with the ‘Itchy Fingers’ quartet and has recorded several CDs as a lead artist. He also composes music for theatre, fi lm, and TV productions, including for the award-winning West End production Singular Women, and for the fi lm Chasing Chekov which won the LA BAFTA award for ‘Best Short Film’. Andy Tweed toured widely for many years with ‘Saxtet’, has played in the pit orchestras for West End musicals such as Les Miserables and Matilda, and he has also worked frequently with jazz musicians Mike Westbrook and Karen Street. Tom Law is equally at home in classical and jazz styles, performing with groups as diverse as the Aurora Orchestra and the Alex Mendham Orchestra. The Pinewood players share a love of fi lm music and are inspired by the affi nity between the Hollywood and London fi lm industries. In addition to drawing upon the Hollywood Saxophone Quartet’s repertoire legacy, the Pinewood Quartet creates its own arrangements and also incorporates jazz improvisation into its performances. The quartet take their name from the famous Pinewood fi lm studios near London, where the ‘James Bond’ movies are made.

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