Kellie Santin – Inaugural winner of the James Morrison Jazz Scholarship and co-author of seven highly successful books for Oxford University Press, Santin is probably still best known for her eight years spent playing saxophone on television’s Hey Hey It’s Saturday. Career highlights include backing artists such as Randy Crawford, Tom Jones, Kylie Minogue, Ernie Watts, James Morrison, Ruby Turner, Tommy Emmanuel, Thelma Houston, Joe Jackson, Barry Manilow, The Commodores and Bonnie Raitt. Kellie’s ‘Creative Saxophone’ series, published worldwide by Oxford University Press, has received rave reviews and is featured on the syllabi of AMEB, Trinity College of Music, ABRSM and ANZCA.

Having recently returned from eleven years in London, Kellie is thrilled to be back gigging with many of Melbourne’s top musicians, teaching at Scotch College, Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak and working on her debut album to be released Spring 2014.