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About the Composers


About our Composers


Keri DeggA keen educator, Keri has enjoyed teaching privately for a number of years and likes the challenge of motivating her students to reach their full potential via regular goals fuelled by exciting repertoire.

A multi-instrumentalist, Keri mainly writes for woodwind and piano (but also ensembles and other groupings). She was fortunate enough to have her first publication ('Songs for Claire' published by in both soprano and Alto saxophone editions, with CD) accepted for publication on her first attempt. However, always one to enjoy a fresh challenge she decided to set up her own production on newer compositions, and hence was born.

She enjoys writing in a variety of styles; from deeply thoughtful passionate, through to downright daft! To date Keri is currently the main composer for the majority of the Masquerade music catalogue.

           Keri Degg      

Alistair Parnell; A graduate of the Royal College of Music, Alistair Parnell is based in Nottingham, UK. His busy schedule includes teaching, performing, composing, arranging and conducting. His very succesful private teaching studio has been established for more than 25 years and he is visiting Scholar for Saxophone at the University of Nottingham.

As a performer, Alistair works with some of the countries leading saxophone ensembles, including the Flotilla Ensemble, the Northern saxophone Quartet and the Tribune saxophone Octet. He is director of the innovative Equinox Saxophone Ensemble.

Published by Masquerade Music;

Persiflage (SATB Saxophone Quartet, includes CD with minus one tracks for at home practice).

Chris LawryBorn in Cornwall, UK in 1978, Chris is a freelance composer and arranger, musician and consultant.

Music has always been central to Chris' life. A multi-instrumentalist, he learnt piano, guitar, brass and percussion from a young age, studying with excellent and inspiring teachers which have contributed to his passion and commitment to music.

Chris studied composition and orchestration with renowed composers Patric Standford and Robin Hoffman, and is currently studying for a postgraduate fellowship diploma in composition. An Associate of Trinity College London, he is also an experienced teacher, musical director, accompanist and session musician, working with theatre companies, performing arts groups, media companies and schools in a wide range of production genres.

A passionate fan of film, media and concert music, current compositional services and genres include writing for: Concert Music (Choir, Orchestral, Chamber, Instrumental), Songwriting (Contemporary pop/rock and art song), Sacred/Liturgical/Worship (Choir, Vx, Contemporary Song), 
Media (Film, TV and Game Music) and Educational music.

Published by Masquerade Music; The Blue Hour (Flute & Piano, Includes CD)

  Chris Lawry 

Andy Hampton; Born in 1958, Andy studied Clarinet with David Campbell, and Saxophone with Jimmy Hastings, and won Best Music at the National Student Drama festival in 1981. He appeared in the West End in Lennon in the mid 80's. Andy played sax with the John Spencer band through the 80's, touring Europe and recording albums along the way. In the 90's he played with function band L'Orchestra rara, later known as High Society, who played mostly in Central London hotels.

Andy taught Clarinet and Saxophone at The Hall school, and King Alfred school from 1993 to 2003. He is proud to have taught many fine musicians such as; Oli Rockberger, Anna Krantz, Lail Arad, and Alana Philips. Andy has written music for Sky TV, Screensport, ITV (Granada), BBC Radio 1, and BBC Radio 2.

Andy now resides in Essex, and is probably best known for his books; Saxophone Basics, Groove Lab, Jazzworks, and Unbeaten Tracks, published by Faber Music. He has had many pieces selected on the ABRSM and Trinity Guildhall Syllabi for Saxophone, Flute, and Clarinet, both Classical and Jazz.

Published by Masquerade Music; Some Say So (SATB Saxophone Quartet). Jazz Moods (Eb or Bb Sax & Piano collection).

  Andy Hampton pic 

Claire Tomsett-Rowe; Claire studied at the Purcell School of Music where her love of the saxophone really took off, as well as composing and arranging. (She is a secret violinist). After studying with Alistair Parnell at the University of Nottingham, Claire joined the National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain, touring all over the UK as well as the Netherlands, Thailand, Slovenia and the Czech Republic and was the Assistant Music Director of the NSC. Claire’s love of composing and arranging has seen many works debuted by both the NSC and Equinox Saxophone Ensemble and she has arrangements and compositions published by Saxtet Publications.

Published by Masquerade Music; Bird's 7:2 Ratio Saxophone Octet (with optional additional Bass Sax)

  Claire Tomsett-Rowe
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