Sax player Evan Carydakis talks about his new album Groove House

Evan Carydakis is an acclaimed Jazz saxophonist, residing in Tasmania. Born in Melbourne, Victoria, Evan first picked up the saxophone at the age of 15. Initially inspired by Branford Marsalis’s ‘Royal Garden Blues’, it was his family’s influence and love of all music that set Evan on his stylistic journey.

And along the way, Evan has been lucky enough to learn from some of the greats including Joe Viola, Jerry Bergonzi and Lee Konitz, but above all else Evan holds his time with legendary jazz educator Charlie Banacos as “the most influential” on his instrumental ability.

A five-time grant recipient and sought-after festival performer, Evan continues to share his love for Jazz with the greater community.

His new EP; Groove House has just been released with the title track enjoying worldwide airplay.

Evan Carydakis talks to Steve Hart about his career and new album Groove House.
Steve Hart

Steve Hart

Steve Hart is a journalist and editor based in Melbourne.

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