At a young age Sacha has always had music in his life. He started the saxophone at age 11 after years of playing by ear on the piano. After many years developing his art ranging from concert bands, orchestras, jazz bands, and more; he went on to recording with fellow musicians. Sacha has had the privilege of playing at jazz festivals such as The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival in Moscow, Idaho and the Clackamas Jazz Festival in Clackamas, Oregon. These years helped sculpt Sacha's abilities with the steady hand of his gifted band teacher Gene "Sarge" Huber of Wenatchee High School. With musicians such as Don Lanphere, Jon Pugh, and many others doing concerts with students along with many a workshop this was the most rewarding time of Sacha's life.
Although he may not be one to say he’s proud of his debut release “Our Reality” it shows that his passion is music. PMT Studio came together for Sacha once he had found his father after many years. They both had interest in the arts and especially music. They produced projects at a distance for a few years with a very talented Andre Bädker in Düsseldorf, Germany. Andre runs his studio, “4D Waves”, and produces great works. It was an honor to have such a gifted musician become a part of the PMT Studio experience.
Sacha now is part of recording the instrumentation of all artists that come in to PMT Studio. He has completed 4 CD’s for artists including his own and other singles requested by musician's to add his specialty too them…saxophone. Although saxophone is his primary instrument you can see him laying down bass, drums, keys, vocals, or whatever is needed in the song to bring it to life. He hopes that there are many projects to come allowing PMT Studio to be a part of others dreams.
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.
The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division