Alex Weitx Jazz –
Alex has appeared at prestigious venues including the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Banff Center, the Arsht Center with George Benson’s “Inspirations”, the Telluride Jazz Festival, and the New Orleans Jazz Festival. He has been the recipient of numerous Downbeat and ASCAP awards as a performer and composer, and recently had his original “Song for Peace” licensed as the theme song for a Swedish national documentary.

Alex is currently performing and touring the music from his second album “Luma” as well as premiering arrangements from his upcoming release which will feature a highly acclaimed group of musicians from NYC. Alex’s group is currently an acoustic quartet with saxophone, piano, bass, and drums. His performances are known for their exciting, memorable original compositions, strong group dynamic, and creative reinterpretations of standards. Since releasing “Luma”, Alex and his group have headlined at venues such as the Tucson Jazz Festival, the Arts Garage, South Beach Jazz Festival, WDNA Jazz Gallery, and Marco Island Performing Arts Center. In 2018, Alex plans to continue to reach new audiences by performing, touring, and recording with his quartet.