Sam Corkin studied music at King’s College, London, where he took his performance classes at the Royal Academy of Music. Graduating in 2007, he went on to study Saxophone for a Master’s in Advanced Performance at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where on completion he was awarded a prestigious Artists Fellowship taking a further year of study. Sam is a Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music in the teaching of Saxophone and is an experienced teacher both within schools, and as part of the music department at Christ Church University, Canterbury.Enjoying an eclectic musical career on Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute, Sam is in demand performing classical, jazz, pop, and show music across the UK and beyond. In addition to his instrumental career Sam also works professionally as a singer, regularly deputising in the choirs of Canterbury Cathedral, The Chapels Royal of Hampton Court Palace and Windsor Castle, and across the South East.
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