"astounding versatility...highly entertaining" 5 Stars

The Hub, Edinburgh International Festival 2013, Edinburgh Guide


"The sound of a saxophone quartet is slightly surprising. While a solo sax in a band can be loud and aggressive, four blend remarkably...disciplined ensemble...brilliant playing" 4 Stars

The Hub, Edinburgh International Festival 2013, The Scotsman


"Immense thanks to Sax Ecosse for an outstanding concert – a thoughtfully planned programme, charmingly and entertainingly introduced, and brilliantly executed. The concert drew one of our largest audiences, with lots of new faces, and made a compelling case for the saxophone taking its place in chamber music just as much as in the jazz club."

John Fox, President, Music In Peebles, April 2014


"Brilliantly presented and performed by a very distinguished ensemble"

Neil ButterworthBerwickshire News, Music at Paxton Festival, July 2013


“Many thanks for a brilliant concert last night. Everyone was very appreciative of your musicality and your technique and it was definitely one of our most successful concerts.”
Mary Taylor, Acting Chair, Strathdee Music. April 2012

“local promoters sing the praises of their popular recital" 
Keith Bruce, The Herald, May 2010

"Sax Ecosse…were a joy in every way; professional expertise and unassuming manners. They had a cleverly mixed programme of technically challenging pieces, many unknown to us but presented with an explanation that aided our appreciation. This was mixed with several well loved favourites with the crowning touch of their encore 'Bolero' by Ravel which they played while walking around the hall. If they had not already brought the house down this would have done it!"
Margaret Turner Secretary Beith Arts Guild. November 2008

"The Scottish Quartet Sax Ecosse is a very fine musical ensemble and destined… to becoming an outstanding quartet."
Dr Fredrick Hemke
International artist and educator
Professor of Saxophone, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA