Tanique Fossa

JodyJazz DV Alto 7

Tanique Fossa on the JodyJazz DV Alto

“Dear Jody, I’ve been playing the JodyJazz DV #7 for last two and a half years and since than I forgot the meaning of “bad response”. The DV gives me confidence in any acoustic situation. I can play on the edge of silence and I can be as loud as I need to be with no lack of control. The JJ DV gives me a bright powerful contemporary sound, which fits perfectly with the kind of music I play. Thank You for Your Work and Passion.”

Tanique Fossa

Tanique Fossa was born in Ukraines capital, Kiev where she has mainly resided. In her childhood years she studied and completed piano class at the State music school (1988-1995) . Several years after this she made the decision that her true passions and dreams lay with playing the saxophone. So she enrolled and completed a saxophone class in the music school in Kiev and also the Brass Orchestra of National Aviation University in Kiev (2000-2001). It was here that she got her first stage experience. She has proceeded with private lessons and self-education during the last couple of years under Ukranian saxplayer Evgeniy Davidenko. In 2003-2004 she started to play with some cover-bands ( “Chill-out”, “Brazil”, “Insight”, African Project), and started her carrier as solo-artist. Currently she is travelling all over the Ukraine, as well as performing in England, Turkey, Moldova, Romania etc. One of her current projects is “JazzMePlease” – a girls jazz trio – a good combination of sound and image. She has taken part in many Dj-projects (South House, Green Salad, Phantom-project, Sax&Sex) in the last couple of years, playing with many different Djs. She can be found performing in some of the best Ukranian concert-halls, like Freedom, Premier Palace, Decadance House, Christal Hall, Barsky Night Club, Hayat Hotel etc. She is often invited to play on such events as Beauty Contests, Fashion Weeks, private VIP-parties etc. She is currently working in cooperation with composer Anton Magursky on their own music material. Best wishes, Tanique Fossa.

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