This in-demand award winning female saxophonist is described as ‘Sax Supremo’ by The Voice Newspaper (UK). Millicent’s project ‘Cafemnee’ which is a networking and empowerment event for female musicians to achieve their musical goals was featured on BBC1 Songs Of Praise. In her youth Millicent was tutored by the late great Birmingham saxophonist Andy Hamilton MBE and she has gone on to follow in his footsteps by teaching and mentoring young musicians.
Millicent’s yearly sold out show ‘Not Just Jazz’, currently held in the Main House of the Crescent Theatre, Birmingham, is described as ‘captivating’, ‘uplifting’ and ‘entertaining’ by her fans. Millicent performs her original compositions as well as iconic Jazz, Blues, Reggae, Soul and Gospel numbers with her live Band.
Millicent’s professionalism and artistry has led to her music business being featured as a Case Study for FEU Training (Federation Of Entertainment Unions Training). Millicent is regularly featured on Radio – BBCWM Chatback show, BBC Introducing, Gordon West Worldwide Radio Show as well as local, community and Internet Radio stations. Journal entries include Keep The Faith Magazine, The Phoenix Newspaper and MOBO Online.
Tracks from Millicent’s CDs, ‘Reflective Notes’ and ‘This Is Life’, are played internationally and can be purchased from the Online Shop on her website.
This multi-talented female saxophone player also majors on the piano and voice. In her early years she played the Steel Pans. Millicent is a songwriter, vocalist, music director, teacher, label owner (Silver Gliss Music), founder of Cafemnee, speaker, business woman, independent-self-managed-artist, wife and mother.
‘music for the soul’.