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Distributed internationally by Naxos of America, XAS Records is the label of the PRISM Quartet. PRISM is known worldwide for pioneering saxophone music through commissions and collaborations with today’s leading solo artists, ensembles, and orchestras. PRISM’s discography features a who’s who of contemporary music makers, documenting performances of a broad range of compositions, from new classical to modern jazz. This tradition continues with XAS Records, a platform for the Quartet to chart fresh musical territory with superlative audio recordings.

 

Notturno

XAS 109;  July 24, 2020

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Surfaces and Essences

XAS 108;  April 17, 2020

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Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

XAS 107;  December 06, 2019

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Tooka-Ood Zasch

XAS 104;  January 18, 2019

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Ba Yin (The Eight Sounds)

XAS 105;  January 18, 2019

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The Book of Days

XAS 106;  January 18, 2019

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Paradigm Lost

XAS 103;  September 22, 2017

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Color Theory

XAS 102;  April 14, 2017

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The Curtis Project

XAS Records/101;  April 29, 2016

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UPCOMING PRISM QUARTET RELEASES ON XAS

The Anchoress
Guest artists: Hyunah Yu, soprano; Piffaro, The Renaissance Band; Mimi Stillman, flute
Composer: David Ludwig

The Body of Your Dreams
Composer: Jacob TV

Heritage/Evolution, Volume 2
Composers/Guest Artists: Ravi Coltrane (tenor sax), Chris Potter (soprano and tenor sax), Joe Lovano (tenor sax), Miguel Zenon (alto sax)

COLOR THEORY 2.0
Composers/Guest Artists: Susie Ibarra and Tyshawn Sorey

XAS: New Music for Saxophones from Greece
Composers: Iannis Xenakis, Stratis Minakakis, Georgia Spiropoulos, Michael Adamis, Giorgos Koumendakis

UPCOMING SOLO RELEASES BY PRISM QUARTET MEMBERS ON XAS

Matthew Levy
Sum of Its Parts
Music for tenor saxophone and electronics
Composers: Emma O’Halloran, Jacob Walls

Timothy McAllister with Liz Aimes, piano
Notturno
Composers: William Albright, David Biedenbender, Edison Denisov, Bruno Mantovani, Steven Stucky, Augusta Read Thomas