Katia Beaugeais

Katia Beaugeais is a French-Australian saxophonist and composer whose music has been performed in Europe, United Kingdom, America, Canada, Peru, Asia, New Zealand and Australia. Beaugeais won the prestigious 2010 ISCM/IAMIC International Society for Contemporary Music Young Composer Award. She is doing a PhD in Composition on the dual role of a composer-performer at the Sydney Conservatorium, new piece for the Australian Chamber Orchestra CD, First Light at Uluru for the Royal Australian Navy Band’s CD with world-renowned didgeridoo player, William Barton, and an ABC Classic FM saxophone recording. Other highlights include: performance of her music by Kyle Horch and the Royal College of Music Saxophone Orchestra in London, guest soloist-composer with 100 saxophones, Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England, Selmer Saxophone Showrooms in Paris, performing her own saxophone concerto for ABC FM, invited on a panel with the legendary Jean-Marie Londeix, Boulevard des Productions Strasbourg TV, 2011/2013 Zagreb Biennale, and her music performed by Ensemble Zeitfluss (Austria), Elly Bašić Music School (Croatia), Sydney Symphony Orchestra Fellowship players, Queensland Symphony Orchestra composer workshop, Adelaide Wind Orchestra, Texas Woman’s University Wind Symphony. For more info visit Beaugeais’s website: http://www.newmusicblock.com




  • Jul 14 2018

    Katia Beaugeais


    Katy Abbott (1971): Multisonics for alto saxophone (premiere performance)
    Bruce Crossman (1961): Dying of the Light: Pacific Resonance for Peter for soprano saxophone
    Katia Beaugeais (1976): Breath by Breath for soprano saxophone (premiere performance) 

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