A teenage saxophonist performed at the world-renowned Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club on Sunday.

Stefan Zene, 13, who lives in Oakleigh Gardens, Whetstone, was selected to perform in Ronnie Scott’s Big Band In A Day.

The scheme, which was set up in January, gives Londoners the chance to be trained by Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra, and then to perform at the jazz venue.

It takes place on the first Sunday of every month at the club in Frith Street, London.

Stefan, who goes to The Latymer School in Edmonton, is an aspiring jazz musician preparing for his Grade 8 exams.

He was one of 15 youngsters selected to attend workshops at the club on Sunday, and then to perform to a large audience as the supporting act to Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Orchestra.

They performed Moten Swing by Count Basie and C Jam Blues by Duke Ellington.

Stefan said: “It was a most inspiring experience, our mentors were one-of-a-kind jazz musicians and the club has an amazing atmosphere.

“It was just incredible to be surrounded everywhere by black and white photos of the greatest jazz legends and then take to the stage myself.

“It is where I dream of playing again one day, as one of them.”