Classical recitals

Anthony has worked with pianist Leo Nicholson since 2011. Together they have performed at some of the UK's most prestigious venues, won national competitions, and taken part in many young artist schemes.


A live performance of 'The two from Ratisbon could start a hailstorm' by Larry Goves. This is a newly commissioned work soon to be recorded for Anthony's debut CD.

Carl Raven // Alto saxophone

Anthony Brown// Alto saxophone



Anthony has been fortunate to work with different choirs in the UK. He has worked closely with Graham Ross, Director of Music at Clare College Cambridge.

In 2014 Ross wrote Ascendo ad Patrem meum for Anthony and Clare College. It was recorded and released on the Harmonia Mundi USA label in 2015.

"...there are welcome oases of reflection. Conductor Graham Ross's 'Ascendo ad Patrem meum' is one of them, the stratospheric soprano saxophone of Anthony Brown piercing the layered choral textures, probing the mysteries underlying the observable events of the ascension period. It's an edifying setting..." BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE


Beats & Pieces Big Band

Tenor and soprano saxophonist in Beats & Pieces Big Band.

"The band can do reflective and sensitive (check 'Broken' spotlighting tenorist Anthony Brown)" BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE

Joshua Cavanagh-Brierley Group

Baritone saxophone player in the Joshua Cavanagh-Brierley Group. They have performed at venues and festivals throughout the UK. **New album coming soon**


Break Out - Lettuce

Anthony had the privilege of touring with Glowrogues in 2018. This is Anthony's arrangement of a tune called Break Out by Lettuce, performed live at the Blue Arrow Jazz Club in Glasgow.

Jim Molyneux // Drums

Jamie Brewster // Bass

Ben Watte // Keys

Dan Brew // Guitar

Aaron Wood // Trumpet

Anthony Brown // Alto saxophone

Rich McVeigh // Trombone


A little fun with The Beard Band. Solo at the 1'55'' recorded at Anthony's home studio.

Jim Ball // Guitar

Rik Bridge // Bass

Maff Hall // Keys

Anthony Brown // Alto saxophone