One of the most popular saxophonists performing today, Huw Wiggin has been said by The Times to have a tone of "liquid gold." For his latest album, Huw performs a programme that is as varied as it is popular, and for which he commissioned several brand new arrangements by John Lenehan, including Debussy's 'The Girl with the Flaxen Hair'. The result is a unique journey of contrasting repertoire, enlivened by the versatile nature of the saxophone, and these innovative interpretations bring a new twist to familiar musical territory. Commonwealth Musician of the Year, First Prize and Gold Medal Winner of the Royal Over-seas League Annual Music Competition, Huw Wiggin is one of the most popular saxophonists of his generation. He has performed in venues as far afield as the Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing as well as those closer to home, such as London's Wigmore Hall. Huw is professor of saxophone at the Royal Academy of Music in London. A keen educator, he is also an ambassador for the Henley Music School and regularly gives masterclasses around the UK and abroad. Huw is also a member of the Ferio Saxophone Quartet and regularly performs with them in and outside the UK.