Saxophonists & Saxophone Players

Warble Entertainment Agency have sax players available to book for events throughout the UK. We have saxophone players available for wedding entertainment, drinks receptions, corporate dinners, background party music or high energy club sets. A wedding saxophonist can play along to high-quality backing tracks or perform solo and provides the perfect smooth and relaxing music for any function. We also have bands available to hire, which can add funky upbeat music to your celebration.

Warble Entertainment Agency have sax players available to book for events throughout the UK. We have saxophone players available for wedding entertainment, drinks receptions, corporate dinners, background party music or high energy club sets. A wedding saxophonist can play along to high-quality backing tracks or perform solo and provides the perfect smooth and relaxing music for any function. We also have bands available to hire, which can add funky upbeat music to your celebration.

Wedding Saxophonist

Saxophonists are a lot more versatile than you may think and they can really add a fantastic musical touch to your wedding or corporate event. Apart from the wide range of music that a sax player can add to any function, from Rock and Pop to Jazz and Soul, there are loads of reasons to book a musician of this style. In fact, we thought we’d provide a helpful list of reasons outlining why you should consider hiring a sax player for your own event.

A saxophonist is versatile

Along with a huge repertoire of music to keep guests of every age entertained, they can also perform at just about any part of an event. For example, at weddings a sax player can lead the bride and groom down the aisle for the ceremony and then perform some cool jazz in the afternoon. Or, they can kick off an evening reception with some Café Del Mar vibes before funking it up alongside the DJ later on! The possibilities are endless…

A saxophonist provides ‘something different’

Whilst most people will have seen saxophonists performing on TV or at concerts they may never have seen one at close quarters. And, to be honest, it is pretty special. Wedding band hire is pretty common in the UK, but a sax is a great looking instrument and sounds fantastic too. Having a saxophonist will also give a focal point for your event and so will provide a real treat for the senses along with adding a glamorous touch of live music that is unique.  

Small space? No problem for a saxaphone!

A saxophone may be played acoustically or via a small PA or speaker system and so requires a very little amount of space. In fact, if a person can fit into an area then you can pretty much fit a saxophonist in too! This means there will be no problem in smaller venues, or if the saxophonist is roaming, or even if they are squeezing in next to a DJ booth to improvise.

Smaller budget? Still not a problem!

A saxophone can create a big sound on its own and so booked as a solo instrument means prices can start from as low as a budget-busting £190! This means you can add a special live music touch to your event, whether that’s a wedding, party or corporate event without having to blow the budget. Check out how much a saxophonist costs here! Every little helps… 

Something for everyone? You bet!

Due to the saxophone being a melodic instrument with a great range it is suited to many styles of music. So, it is not unusual to find saxophone players with huge repertoires that cover lots of different genres. This means you can often choose from up to date contemporary pop or rock tunes, or, traditional jazz music, or even soul and Motown! This makes the sax a particularly great music entertainment idea for weddings where there are usually mixed age groups to consider.

Dave Plays Saxophone
Dave Plays Saxophone
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Alastair Plays Sax
Alastair Plays Sax
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Abi Plays Sax
Abi Plays Sax
£360.00
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Samantha Plays Sax
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Sax Dredd
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MJ Sax
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Joe Sax
Joe Sax
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Emma On Sax
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Ben Sax
Ben Sax
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Chez Sax
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How much does a wedding saxophonist cost?

On average, solo wedding saxophone players will cost around £340 to hire for a performance.

Saxophone wedding hire prices usually start at £190 with the more experienced Saxophonists charging around £520 to perform at a wedding.  

Wedding saxophonists can also perform alongside DJs and other wedding musicians. Hiring a saxophonist as part of a group or band will increase the cost of your entertainment per member. You will often see Sax duos & trios for hire, but line ups can for musicians can vary depending on the style of saxophonist you wish to book.  

Do saxophonists perform with backing tracks?

Solo saxophonists can perform solo acoustic for wedding ceremonies and chilled events or alongside high-quality backing tracks and DJs for party or club atmospheres.

In music genres such as Ibiza and House, sax players will often improvise their performances with freestyle sets played over contemporary backing tracks or an arranged DJ set. When playing alongside backing tracks, wedding saxophonists will be amplified with a microphone in order to create a party atmosphere. 

How long do wedding saxophonists play for?

Saxophone players for hire will normally perform 2 x 45 or 60 minute sets with a short break in between.

As wedding saxophonists often improvise their sets in a freestyle way or perform alongside other musicians and DJs, sets can be altered to fit the timings of the event.  

Saxophonists can also play at different times during a wedding. This might be during the ceremony and aisle walk, the drinks reception or the evening party for an amazing end to the night.

What songs does a wedding saxophonist play?

Saxophonists are some of the most versatile musicians. They can easily switch it up from cool laid back jazz music in the afternoon to upbeat Ibiza and Café Del Mar vibes to kick off an evening party.

Saxophone as an instrument boasts a huge melodic range, meaning it can be suitable for most genres. You can ask your wedding saxophonist to cover your favourite contemporary pop and rock tunes or even throw it back to some old school soul or Motown music.