PRISM Quartet

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Photos

PRISM Quartet

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Photography by: Ara Howrani File Size: 4322082 bytes (5203 x 3839 pixels)

Photo by Peggy Peterson

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Documents

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Audio

I’ve got you under my skin by Cole Porter (1862–1964, adapted by S. Sciarrino in Pagine)

Aleksandr Glazunov: Saxophone Quartet, Op.109, Scherzo from Canzona Variée

J. S. Bach – Kyrie (Gott Vater in Ewigkeit) from Pagine by Salvatore Sciarrino

Pitch Black by Jacob TV

Pastoral by Wang Guowei

DEDICATIONS

Antiphony by Zhou Long

Concerto Grosso for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra, I. Lively by William Bolcom

Every Thing Must Go, III. Pensoso, con sobrio espressione by Martin Bresnick

Video

Heritage/Evolution: PRISM Quartet with Rudresh Mahanthappa

The PRISM Quartet presents Heritage/Evolution, a groundbreaking project featuring new works composed and performed by today’s most inventive jazz saxophonists: Steve Lehman, Dave Liebman, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Greg Osby, Tim Ries, and Miguel Zenón.

Since the saxophone’s invention by the Belgian instrument maker Adolphe Sax in 1840, it has captured the imaginations of artists and audiences worldwide. Heritage/Evolution charts fresh musical territory, drawing on the saxophone’s cross-cultural heritage to blend jazz with everything from South Indian and Western classical music to Romani and Latin American folkloric music. Join us for an unprecedented saxophone summit as PRISM, a “bold ensemble that set the standard for contemporary-classical saxophone quartets” (The New York Times) partners with master artists who defy convention.

PRISM Quartet and Redresh Mahanthappa: I Will Not Apologize For My Tone Tonight