Mikaela Mepham | Sort of Blue

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Sort of Blue

by Mikaela Mepham

Modern instrumental pop/jazz featuring saxophone and guitar.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sort of Blue
1:46 album only
2. Best in Me
2:52 album only
3. Sharon
2:30 album only
4. Eight
3:06 album only
5. Weaker
2:57 album only
6. Out the Back
3:41 album only
7. Only One
2:55 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
'Sort of Blue is a collection instrumental pieces performed by Australian saxophonist Mikaela Mepham. Mikaela is an 19 year old Newcastle based Saxophonist who started playing the Sax at age 10.

Mikaela has performed as a featured artist in the Creative Arts in Public Education Regional Spectacular (CAPERS) in 2008 and also as a member of the wind orchestra and stageband in 2011. She competed in the “Inverell’s Got Talent” competition in 2010,2011 and 2012 where she was a prize winner each time.

From 2007-2011, Mikaela has been a member of the Junior and Senior State Wind bands where she performed in the Sydney Opera House. In 2011 she travelled to Hawaii with the “West of the NSW Divide Wind Ensemble” to compete at the Pacific Basin Music Festival, where they gained a silver award. She was also a member of the Schools Spectacular Stageband in 2011 and 2012 where she performed at the Sydney Entertainment Centre.

Mikaela is now taught by World Renowned Saxophonist and Clarinetist Andy Firth. Andy has dedicated one of his pieces to her called “Sax and the City!” which reads “Dedicated to a very talented saxophonist, Mikaela Mepham”.

Mikaela completed her HSC in 2012 and is current;y studying music in Newcastle.



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