Biography

STEVE FITZMAURICE is a Sydney based saxophone and woodwind player who specialises in the Baritone saxophone.

Born in 1977, Steve has been playing professionally since 1993 and is considered a first call instrumentalist for bands, TV and recording sessions, and theatre work alike.

Education

Bachelor of Jazz, Sydney Conservatorium of Music (2000)

Musical Experience

Steve has played or recorded alongside the following artists and performed in the following theatre shows and tours:

POP / ROCK -

Seal (Byron Bay Blues Festival)
Clayton Doley
Marcia Hines
Suzi Quatro
Blur
Silverchair
Gideon Bensen
Smokey Robinson
Mary Wilson
David Campbell
Human Nature
Olivia Newton-John
Scribe (MTV awards)
Pete Murray
Darren Percival
Guy Sebastian
Christine Anu
Renee Geyer
Frankie Valli
Tina Arena
Doug Parkinson
Megan Washington
Tim Freedman
Spoon (Big Day Out Festival)
Hoodoo Gurus
Old Man River
Junglehammer
David Garibaldi (Tower of Power)
Larry Braggs (Tower of Power)

JAZZ - 

Emma Pask
Harry Connick-Jr (Australian Idol on TV)
James Morrison
John Morrison's 'Swing City'
Bobby Shew (USA)
Jazzgroove Mothership Orchestra
Miguel Zenon
Wayne Bergeron (USA)
Don Burrows
Sydney All-Stars Big Band
Tom Burlinson
Barbara Morrison (USA)

TOURS -

Suzi Quatro - Final Australian Tour
5 Australian national tours with Human Nature:
'Motown', 'Motown II', 'The Arena Tour', 'Christmas Tour', 'Jukebox Tour'.
3 Australian national tours with David Campbell:
'Swing Sessions', Swing Sessions II, 'Good Lovin'.
'A Day on the Green Festival' National Tour with David Campbell, supporting Tom Jones
Royal Carribean 'Bravo Cruise'

THEATRE SHOWS -

Funny Girl (Sydney Symphony Orchestra)
Shout!
Leader of the Pack
Tivoli
Rat Pack's Back
Dirty Dancing (dep)
Chicago (dep)
Candy Man
Jersey Boys
Dancing in the Rain (dep)
Dreamlover

TV / MOVIE SESSIONS -

'The Voice'
'Australian Idol'
As well as playing on countless TV and radio shows and commercials, Steve has played on the movie soundtracks to
'The Crocodile Hunter' 
'George of the Jungle 2'
'Downunder'