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Eliott Allemand is a 21-year-old Saxophonist, Multi-Instrumentalist, loop artist, performer, composer from New Zealand. Eliott is currently in Boston studying to earn a Bachelor of Music in Performance at Berklee College of Music. He is on track to graduate in May 2024 with high honors.


As soon as he arrived at Berklee, Eliott quickly became one of the college's most-demanded saxophonists. His incredible style and way of playing has earned him the top opportunities the college has to offer. Performing in most of the college's major productions both on the saxophone as well as synths, Eliott has shared the stage with Snarky Puppy, Usher, Sona Jobarteh, Omar Hakim (Sting, Madonna, Daft Punk), Marty Walsh (Supertramp, Dolly Parton, Neil Diamond, Kenny Rogers), and many more. 


Whenever he performs, Eliott's love of music can be felt all across the world.

Putting himself in front of as many people as possible has always been Eliott's goal since he was really young.


His technical ability on musical instruments as well as his exceptional talent for showmanship has earned him opportunities of utmost significance. Eliott has performed for the world's A-list celebrities and businessmen at private events all over the world including Hawaii, France, Hong Kong, Singapore, Fiji, Thailand, Dubai, and many more. His music has also gained the attention of the world's top artists, including Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, the Kid Laroi, Tones and I, Gloria Gaynor, and Shakira just to name a few. 


Eliott also represented New Zealand at the World Championships of Performing Arts, competing against some of the world's best musicians, and brought home 7X Gold Medals and 4 Overall Awards.


To his delight, Eliott is in extremely high demand for VIP events all over the world, with countless requests for performances pouring in everyday. His passion for entertainment captivates audiences all over the world. Eliott's unique talent and dedication have earned him international recognition with fans of all demographics.

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