Huw Wiggin (saxophone) and Oliver Wass (harp) have been invited to give a run of three concerts for Absolute Classics in Dumfries & Galloway in January.

They will perform evening concerts in Dumfries and Annan on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th January respectively, and then an afternoon concert in Thornhill on Sunday 19th January.


Gower Festival regulars are in for a treat on Friday 12th July when Huw Wiggin (saxophone) and Oliver Wass (harp) give an early afternoon concert as part of this year’s festival. The event is close to being sold out, so if you would like to hear this unusual pairing of instruments and some wonderful music, you need to book soon!


On Saturday 13th July, saxophonist Huw Wiggin will be performing as a soloist with the Henley Symphony Orchestra as part of the annual Henley Festival.


Clarinet & Saxophone Magazine

Huw Wiggin chatted to Neil Crossley about his disc, Reflections, and you can read the full interview in the Winter Issue of Clarinet & Saxophone Magazine.


Huw Wiggin (saxophone) and Oliver Wass (harp)

Huw Wiggin (saxophone) and Oliver Wass (harp) will travel to Somerset on the 12th January to play in the Millfield School International Concert Series. The duo will give the first half of the evening’s concert, with music from Albinoni to Debussy, Gershwin and De Falla.


Huw Wiggin

Perfect on a summer's afternoon!We’re live with saxophonist Huw Wiggin, harpist Oliver Wass and pianist John Lenehan.Get Huw's brand new album on Orchid Classics here 👉

Posted by Classic FM on Friday, 29 June 2018

We hope you enjoy this ClassicFM Video which features tracks from Huw Wiggin‘s Debut Album, ‘Reflections‘.



Huw’s debut album ‘Reflections‘ – which went straight into the top 10 of the Itunes Chart on release – is now available to buy or stream!


Huw Wiggin’s debut album – Reflections – will be released by Orchid Classics on June 15th, and is available for pre-order now!


Competitions, Programmes and Prizes ……in this podcast from Thoroughly Good, Saxophonist Huw Wiggin and Geoff Parkin chat to Jon Jacob about the Royal Overseas League, the ROSL Annual Music Competition and much more. During this highly entertaining conversation, Huw also talks about his forthcoming CD release, Reflections, on the Orchid Classics label, and his work with the Ferio Saxophone Quartet.


Sally Beamish

Huw Wiggin and Somi Kim join the Elias Quartet, Catriona Mackay, Jessica Cale and Sally Beamish herself in a celebration of the composer’s music. Huw and Somi perform ‘Albatross’, an evocative and virtuosic work for saxophone and piano.


Huw Wiggin and Somi Kim’s ‘Sundays at St John’s’ programme this Sunday at 3.00pm offers a fabulous range of music for saxophone and piano, selected to show exactly what the instrument has to offer in its many different guises. Their programme has been carefully crafted to highlight the saxophone’s versatility, and embrace the many different musical styles to which it can adapt; it promises to be a highly enjoyable afternoon of music!

Huw Wiggin began his formal training at Chetham’s School of Music and is delighted to return to take part in the Haworth public master classes.  The series, supported by the Haworth Charitable Trust and now in its thrid year, provides inspirational opportunities for young musicians in the region to observe and work with outstanding professional artists. Huw’s recital with duo partner Somi Kim  is on Wednesday 14th December from  1.30-2.15pm; the public master class then runs from 2.30-4.30pm.

Commonwealth Musician of the Year, First Prize and Gold Medal winner of the 2014 Royal Overseas League Annual Music Competition, Huw Wiggin is one of the most popular saxophonists of his generation. He is professor of saxophone at the Royal Academy of Music in London and has given master classes at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Universities of Calgary and Lethbridge in Canada.

The programme for the recital at 1.30pm given by Huw Wiggin (Saxophone) and Somi Kim (piano) is:

Demersseman Fantaisie
Piazzolla Oblivion
Schumann Widmung, arr Liszt
Yoshimatsu Sing Bird, from Fuzzy Bird Sonata
Bach Sonata in G minor BWV 1020, arr. Harle
Borne Fantaisie Brillante sur des airs de Carmen, arr. Iwan Roth and Raymond Meylan

Further information and tickets here

Wednesday 14 December: Recital 1.30-2.15pm; Open Master class 2.30-4.30pm. Both events open to the public.
Carole Nash Hall
Chetham’s School of Music
Long Millgate
M3 1SB

Saxophonist Huw Wiggin can be heard in this week’s Hear and Now as presenter Ivan Hewett celebrates the centenaries this month of two American mavericks who continue to inspire today: Milton Babbitt and Moondog. From a concert given at St Nicholas Church in Brighton in February, the programme includes rarely performed chamber works of Babbitt including two European premieres »

We are thrilled to announce the outstanding saxophonist Huw Wiggin has signed with Tashmina Artists (worldwide general management). Please do read his biography, explore the career details of this highly regarded musician and listen to his audio.

Image: ROSL Arts