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Tommy Smith


Smith’s solo saxophone concerts feature entirely acoustic performances of spontaneously chosen melodies drawn from the jazz, gregorian, and folk traditions and highlight his wonderful tone reproduction and improvising capabilities in an intimate conversation with the audience.

Arild Andersen Trio

One of the most interesting and unusual jazz trios to have emerged in the last ten years is the international collaboration between Norwegian master bassist Arild Andersen, Scottish saxophonist Tommy Smith and Italian percussionist Paolo Vinaccia.


Tommy Smith & Peter Johnstone

Tommy and the pianist from his ‘Coltrane’ quartet, Peter Johnstone play intimate, intensely musical duets featuring a repertoire drawn from the jazz standards canon and pieces by Chick Corea, Steve Swallow, Jerome Kern, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, and more.

Classical Saxophone

Tommy Smith’s long association with classical music began in 1989 when he was asked to perform William Sweeney’s concerto for saxophone, An rathad ùr, with the BBC/SSO for the television series Jazz Types, which Smith also presented.