Young and famous Russian saxophone playing girl Elena Sheremet presents her third and fourth albums "Sax it easy" и "Sax it up!".
Russian saxophonist girl Elena Sheremet was born in St. Petersburg, and moved with her family to Vladivostok at the age of 10. She graduated from a music school playing piano, and then learned at a music college to play saxophone. Simultaneously with her music education she was involved into professional dancing, which turned to be of a great use to her in her future career. Elena's concerts are always remarkable not only for her masterly playing the saxophone which is a very complicated and peculiar instrument, but also for her great artistry.
After completing her education Elena moved to Moscow where she had concerts in different clubs and she quickly got a large group of admirers of her bright talent.
Elena Sheremet is not straining after quick popularity and transient fame. She works hard: rehearses a lot and regularly tours around Russia. After her meeting with one of the famous Russian authors and composers Alexander Shulgin, they formed a creative collaboration which resulted in the release of her two first albums - "Lady Sax" and "Lady Sax. Remix" - in 2005. Those albums are actively sold not only in Russia but also all around the world owing to distribution in digital format. Her albums were recognized not only by music specialists but also by general public and users of the leading digital online stores.
Now Elena presents her new albums: "Sax it easy" and "Sax it up!".
The author of all of the music is Alexander Shulgin. The albums include several new written compositions as well as new versions of familiar music themes.
Surely the fact that the compositions were specially composed for such a sensitive instrument as saxophone predetermined the nature of the new albums and influenced all of the music material included.
"Sax it easy" - notwithstanding it's modern sound this album consists of tuneful music with leading saxophone that is not aimed to some particular audience, for example music esthetes, but it will be of interest to general public.
"Sax it up!" - on the contrary this album includes energetic dance remixes of the compositions from "Sax it easy" which are very good to dance to in some modern dance club or at a discotheque.