December 15, 2023
Lanny Ball - Keys
Frank Brocklehurst - Bass
Ryan Dunne - Drums
The Woodhall School Holiday Party
December 16, 2023
CTX Winter Fundraiser
The Frederick Gunn School
February 13, 2024
"Basin Street North Band"
The Taft School
Mardi Gras Celebration
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In addition to my responsibilities as a music educator, conductor and composer, I would like to let everyone know that I am available as a professional saxophonist. I am not only available as a studio musician, but also as a member of a Jazz Duo called "Perfect Manhattan" (see promo video below), as a member of a 5-piece funk/jazz/blues band called "Front Burner," as a member of an 8-piece r&b/jazz/blues band, which includes male and female vocals, called "The Roxtones," and as a "one-man-band" artist (see promo video below); all of these formats are appropriate and available for private parties, public events, restaurants, wedding receptions/cocktail hours, etc. Most of the repertoire I perform is in the standard and smooth jazz/blues/funk/r&b categories and can be performed as a featured artist or as ambience music.
I am also available to perform classical saxophone, both as a soloist or as a member of a larger ensemble.
Below you will find audio from a recording session I did with Kate Nauta in the fall of 2019 at Gramercy Records Studio in Washington, CT, where I recorded all of the sax parts for her holiday LP. Below and to the right of that, you will find highlight/promo videos from performances I did in both Miami, FL, and Washington, CT.
I am available for travel, but reside in Washington, CT, which is about a 2-hour drive from NYC and a 2 1/2-hour drive from Boston. For more information, including song lists, rates and availability, please contact me at Ron@RonCastonguay.com.
Czeiner & Nauta Crew
Gramercy Records Studio
I am currently in the process of downsizing my professional home studio. Click the link below to go to my shop and see what's for sale! If the link does not work, that means items are not available at this point.
For ALL videos, NO post-production editing of the audio was done—I simply set up cameras and pressed record.