Saxtet Publications (SXP) has established a reputation for excellence, focus and functionality partly because it has always employed active musicians in the business. True to its origins and aims, all the current freelance team are saxophonists:
John (actually Dr John, although he doesn't broadcast it) Hankinson approaches the ideal of a 21st century musician: a talented performer and a website whiz. He established the National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain's pioneering website, through which all the choir's members, programme and music are managed, and he now runs the SXP site.
Tom joined the Saxtet Publications team while he was a student at Trinity College of Music. He initially dealt with editing scores and preparing them in Sibelius format for publication. Tom's role has evolved over the years to typesetting scores and creating audio and MIDI clips for the website using 'Logic Audio' software. In addition, Tom deals with all aspects of the running of Saxtet Publications.
Lauren continues in Tom's tradition and is currently a sax student at Birmingham Conservatoire, helping with Saxtet Publications' administration and customer correspondence when studies allow. She plays alto in the National Sax Choir and is also a member of the saxophone quartet 'Fingers Crossed'.
In addition to the current team, many other individuals have helped establish and sustain SXP in the past and currently. Saxtet Publications would particularly like to thank the following for their help:
and the many others who have offered support, advice and encouragement, including (of course!) our customers.