Welcome to Saxophone Serenade

Dr. Clinton Stapleton is a very energetic and passionate saxophone player and musician. From his humble beginnings in St Thomas, US Virgin Islands he has risen to become one of the leading saxophone players in the US Virgin Islands.

Clinton has played the saxophone professionally over 25 years. He received his formal training in music at University of Virgin Islands, Florida A&M University, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Clinton received his Bachelors, Masters, and PhD. Clinton is the founder and leader of Encore Band in which he plays both keyboard and saxophone.

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Virgin Islands Wedding Musician

St. Thomas Wedding Musician Services

In addition to the public performances, Clinton plays for private venues, Chamber of Commerce business after hours, Corporate functions, Weddings, Receptions, Funerals, and Birthday parties. Saxophone Serenade was created to provide a more personalized service to individuals and small groups to focus on everyone having a good time. Clinton enjoys the personal interaction with his audience and works closely with his clients to deliver a quality show.




Bookings & Contact Info

We perform at leading venues like the Reichhold Theater, all major hotels in St. Thomas like The Ritz-Carlton, The Marriott, and Sugar Bay and in St John at the Westin.


7517 Frenchman's Bay St. Thomas VI 00802





Recent reviews and events

Saxophone Serenade & Encore Band WeddingWire Couples Choice Award Winner 2017

When planning my wedding, I knew I wanted it to be unique, & unique it was, thanks to Clinton Stapleton & his magical Sax. Here we are eight (8) years later, and my guests can’t stop talking about how awesome it was to be serenaded by a Saxophonist, while walking down the aisle! He took Elton John’s “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and made it my own!

Interactive Performance Map

View our interactive performances map. Red arrows are venues, blue arrows are scenic locations for weddings & events.