Top South African saxophonist, Marc de Kock graduated from the UCT College of Music in 2000 with an Honours degree in Jazz Performance. At age 19 he was chosen to tour with the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Band to represent South Africa in New York.
Over the years, Marc has performed with many well-known artists and bands, and has featured in theatre productions such as Cats, Grease and numerous Barnyard Theatre shows. His performances have taken him around the world to places like Thailand, Mauritius and Europe. Two years ago Marc had the honour of playing with Israel and New Breed – The U.S.A.’s number one-selling gospel group. Marc also recorded on their latest DVD. He is currently a member of the James Stewart band, James Frank and the Sticky Triggers, and the Mike Campbell Big Band.
Marc performs regularly with the Amanda Tiffin Quartet and was featured on her latest album.