Evan Carydakis is a saxophonist and recording artist with over 25 years experience. Complete and comfortable to stand-alone, or combined seamlessly with additional jazz musicians, Evan sets the right tone:
- Elegant pre-dinner drinks and canapés,
- Relaxing live music during dinners and cocktail receptions, or
- A powerful after-dinner show that delegates simply cannot sit down to.
“Evan is a professional, a fine performer and a pleasure to deal with.” ALBERT VAN ZETTEN, MAYOR OF LAUNCESTON
“I am delighted to have Evan as a featured performer at Mona. His flexibility makes it possible to customize performances. His music adds elegance and style. Guests consistently complement the highly skilled musicianship. I have no hesitation in recommending him.”
MARTIN BLACKWELL – MUSIC – MUSEUM OF OLD AND NEW ART
Evan’s music will complement your event the way that you need it to…setting a mood, allowing people to talk effortlessly over drinks or dinner, and raising hairs and people off their seats at just the right moment.
Contact Evan Carydakis to set the perfect tone for your event.
Over 25 years experience….Performances available as a solo, duo, trio, quartet or quintet.
Evan Carydakis | Phone: 0431 638 967 | Email: email@example.com
Evan can be found playing at the Kingsway Bar in Launceston on the last Thursday of every month.
Bachelor of Music Performance, University of New England
Diploma of Music Performance, Northern Metropolitan College of Tafe
Selected Performance Highlights
MONA FOMA Block Party (Launceston)
Paris Cat Jazz Club (Melbourne)
Bar 303 (Melbourne)
Open Studio (Melbourne)
Friday Nights at The MAC
2011 – 2017
Devonport Jazz Festival
Clarence Jazz Festival
Hobart Jazz Festival
The Republic Bar (Hobart)
Grants and Awards
2016 Regional Arts Tasmania Grant: Composition for Evan Carydakis solo release “Groove House”
2017 Arts Tasmania Grant: Composition for Evan Carydakis solo release “Ponderosa”
2018 Arts Tasmania Grant: Performance at Mona Foma Block party “The Great Architect of the Universe” a tribute to John Coltrane