Aljoša Oražem Saxophone

Aljoša Oražem (2010) began his musical career in 2017. The first year he played the
recorder then he switched to alto saxophone. He has been playing the sax for four
years now and he is very enthusiastic about it. Aljoša loves to watch and listen to
performances of various saxophonists on youtube. He likes to listen to different
musical styles and different bands. He especially likes to listen to saxophone
arrangements of various popular songs. He comes from a musical family so music has
been present since the beginning of his life.

Aljosa Orazem Saxophone

Tjaša Perigoj Saxophone teacher at Glasbena šola Ribnica
Tjaša Perigoj (1978) is a Slovenian saxophone player, composer and arranger who started learning classical piano at the age of 7. Later on in her early teenage years she switched to tenor saxophone and was soon introduced to jazz.  She continued her musical studies at Music high school in Ljubljana (KGBL, Ljubljana). There she graduated in jazz saxophone.  She followed her dream and went to Rotterdam, the Netherlands, where she got her bachelors and masters degree at the Codarts university of arts. In 2008 she won the 1st prize for her composition »Song for Buli« at the international Jazz festival Jazzon, Novo mesto. Year later she won the audience award for best composition at the same festival. Her musical career has been open to versatile musical styles that led her from jazz, latin, pop music, to tango… She has been playing worldwide in various set-ups from duos to quartet, big bands etc.  In spring 2013 her debut album »Changing« with the group  »Sonido del Mundo«, presenting her own compostions,  was released online and is accessible on iTunes, CDbaby, Spotify etc.  She was a professor for jazz saxophone at the jazz department of the Conservatory for ballet and music, KGBL Ljubljana for 13 years.  At the moment she is teaching at Glasbena šola Ribnica, where she motivates young musicians to follow their dreams. 

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