Anton Delecca Quartet (2013)
Jazzhead (HEAD084)

The Healer

Anton Delecca – tenor saxophone
Luke Howard – piano
Daniel Farrugia – drums
Jonathan Zion – acoustic bass

Winner ‘Best Jazz Album’ – The Age Music Victoria Genre Awards 2014.

One of the top 10 albums of 2013 – 106.7 PBS FM Melbourne.

“Delecca, Howard, Zion and Farrugia have made one of the finest tenor quartet albums I have heard this year – animal strong and caress soft, fiery yellow and cool blue. It is a jazz format that is one of the most satisfying of all within the canon, and they do it so well. So well, in fact, that they deserve your ears. They already have mine.”
John Hardaker, Nov 7th, 2013

“A truly beautiful and thoughtful album, and unquestionably deserving of our album of the week here at Eastside Radio.”
Chelsea Deeley, Dec 17th, 2013
East Side FM


Anton Delecca Quartet (2010)
Jazzhead (HEAD120)

Lost City

“There’s a cool elegance, complexity and delicacy of touch to tenor saxophonist Delecca’s second quartet album…………..This contained outing offers melodic beauty (A Dog’s Tale, Lost City) and sustained intensity (Catalyst, Living With Weirdness).”
Roger Mitchell, Sunday Herald Sun, March 7th 2010

Anton Delecca – tenor saxophone
Marc Hannaford – piano
Daniel Farrugia – drums
Jonathan Zion – acoustic bass


Self titled (2003)
Jazzhead (HEAD126)

The Situationists

“Something gives Melbourne a film-noir vibe, a darkness and suspense to propel the city’s music. In The Situationists’ sonic world, space is a dangerous place, where lonely saxophones flit between the shadows.”
John Shand, Sydney Morning Herald

Jonathan Zion – acoustic and electric bass
Mike Guy – piano
Craig Fermanis – guitar
Joe Talia – drums
Jules Goyma – percussion


Anton Delecca Quartet (2001)
Jazzhead (HEAD082)


“Built around the luscious and fluid, boppish lines of Delecca’s playing, the quartet is a mainstream jazz fan’s delight, sounding vital and fresh and invested with classic values of cohesion and drive.”
8 stars.  Shane Nichols, Austrian Financial Review

“Flow is a solid debut, offering promise of more good things to come.”
Adrian Jackson, Rhythms Magazine

Anton Delecca – tenor saxophone
Mark Fitzgibbon- piano
Dave Beck – drums
Matt Clohesy – acoustic bass