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Jacqueline performs live predominantly on alto/tenor saxophone and clarinet. She also plays piano, accordion, various flutes, gong, Himalayan bowls and various percussion/wind instruments.

As well as performing her own music she has been fortunate enough to collaborate with many inspiring and talented  artists playing a wide range of music taking her as far afield as Australia's Womadelaide festival and as local as Brighton's Kemptown Carnival. She has also worked as a session musician for recording studios/film production companies.

A small selection of places performed include.....

Athens Olympics, Big Chill Festival, Brighton Fringe Festival, Brighton Metropole Hotel,

Budapest Jazz Club: Hungary, Busker Bus Festival: Poland

Buddhafield Festival, Devon

Epsom Derby, Festival d'Art de Rue, Sion: Switzerland, Floating Castle Festival: Slovenia

Gaunts House: Dorset, Glastonbury Festival, Hawkward College: Stroud

Henley on-Thames Regatta, Kemptown Carnival: Brighton, Linz Pflasterspektakel: Austria,

Mind, Body, & Spirit Festival: London Horticultural Halls

Natural History Museum: London, Poitiers Reggae Festival: France, Royal Opera House:


London, Royal Festival Hall, Sallis Benney Theatre: Brighton,

Szimpla Kert: Budapest, Hungary

Small World Festival & Events, Stroud Valley Artspace, The Brunswick: Hove,

The Yoga Show: Olympia, Villach Street Performing Festival: Austria,

Woodford Folk Festival, Queensland, Australia

Womadelaide: Victoria, Australia

Yomad Festival: Croatia


A selection of artists and groups worked with live and in session include:

Avalon Roots: Bristol

Azadoota: Sydney, Australia

Bardo Muse: Stroud

Calico Jack: Bristol

Cirkusz-KA: Hungary 

Coixina: Brighton

Dende: Brighton,

Fantasmagoria: France/UK

Jacquemo, Brighton

Jimmy Nail, Westside Studios

Jools Holland & Billy Bragg, Glastonbury Festival

Kamadaklan & Juan Gabriel: Bristol


Jacquemo: Brighton

Mieszanka: Brighton


Mindspinners: Austria

 Poles Apart: Brighton,


Rozsako: Hungary & UK

"Sekaagong tirta sinar" Sydney University Gamelan Orchestra: Australia

The Aloof, Westside Studios


The Bohemianauts: London

Voodoo Love Orchestra: Brighton

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