Launched in 1976, our humble magazine was known back then as CASS News with our first editor Paul Harvey. Who knew at the time this would lead to the 60-page content-rich magazine we know and love today.
Our first ever A4 format magazine with a feature cover of Paul Sargeant with his vast collection of single reed instruments.
The magazine has a facelift with a new design and a new editor. The magazine has grown to around 50 pages.
Editor Richard Edwards has evolved the magazine into a 60-page with a striking and modern cover style
CASSGB celebrates its 40th birthday, with new editor Chris Walters refining the format of the Clarinet & Saxophone magazine we know today.
The music of jazz clarinettist Arun Ghosh is known for blending a range of styles that reflect his British-Asian heritage. Guy Passey
Words and music
Clarinettist Kate Romano and composer Julian Philips release a new disc spotlighting the 19th-century English poet and fiddler, John Clare Toby Deller
In praise of Brecker
We consider the life and legacy of Michael Brecker, 15 years since the untimely passing of the jazz tenorist Kenneth Morris
Free sheet music
Three studies taken from Studies for the Symphonic Bass Clarinet (to low C) Lenny Sayers
At the age of 88, this magazine’s long serving jazz writer, has decided the time has come to lay down his pen. Kenneth Morris
Redressing the balance
A report on a recent North American Saxophone Alliance mentorship scheme to promote gender equity in the saxophone field Lydia Kenny