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Quatuor International de Saxophones avec piano

W. Street, J.P. Baraglioli, K. Munesada, R. Dirlam & M. Watanabe / classical, contemporary

A recital consisting of one original work and one transcription for saxophone and saxophone quartet and piano.

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Biography

The QIS (QUATUOR INTERNATIONAL DE SAXOPHONES) was formed in 2002 for performances at the WSC in Minneapolis. It grew from the idea that the members had known each other for years, adjudicated at many of the world’s international competitions together, yet they had rarely performed together. New commissioned works by composers Roger Boutry, Frederic Devreese, Sylvain Kassap, Tetsunosuke Kushida, Carleton Macy, Junichi Nihashi, and François Rossé are in their repertory. The members meet in different parts of the world to perform together and explore new directions in contemporary music from composers of diverse cultures and nationalities. Japanese pianist Mari Watanabe frequently joins the group as soloist and collaborative artist.

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Concert of saxophone quartet and piano. One original new work and one transcription.

Programming

12/07/2015 13:00 - 13:30

Cité de la musique et de la danse - Salle 24

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Musicians / speakers

  • Street William / saxophone alto (United States)
  • Baraglioli Jean-Pierre / saxophone soprano (France)
  • Munesada Keiji / saxophone ténor (Japan)
  • Dirlam Richard / saxophone baryton (United States)
  • Watanabe Mari / piano (Japan)

Program

  • Carpe Diem for Saxophone Quartet and Piano (Carpe Diem pour Quatuor de Saxophones et Piano) (Junichi NIHASHI)
  • Piano Quintet in G Minor, opus 57 (1,3) (Dmitri Shostakovich)

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