Romaro Greaves

With saxophone as the voice by which to express his many thoughts and emotions, Romaro Greaves has been continually making music his way of life. Coming from the tropical island paradise of beautiful Barbados, Romaro from a tender age showed keen interest in the varying styles: gospel, calypso, spouge and reggae which he heard often on the local radio. It was no surprise that at age 12, he took up the saxophone and has not put it down since.

Upon leaving high school and eager to learn more about music, Romaro went on to study in the Barbados Community College’s Associate Degree Music Program which fueled his passion and desire even more.

Presently a student of mentor and ace saxophonist Arturo Tappin, Romaro now 23, thanks Almighty God for blessing him with the gift of music by which to inspire, entertain and touch the lives of others. As an aspiring recording artiste and studio musician,  Romaro has already shared the stage with such prominent acts as Arturo Tappin, Nicholas Brancker and international R&B icon Freddie Jackson performing both locally and abroad.