ADDRESSUnion Station, Los Angeles, CA, United States
ADDRESS DETAILSGrand Waiting Hall
TIMESaturday, March 18, 2017
3:00 PM - 3:50 PM
A fan favorite of Bach in the Subways- LA, Noir Quartet is a premiere So-Cal based saxophone quartet featuring modern works and standard repertoire for four saxophones.
Noir Quartet was formed in May of 2013. Cameron Domingues and Lee Raby teamed up together while at USC’s Thornton School of Music and have worked together in various musical capacities, including chamber ensembles, orchestras, wind ensembles, recording sessions, and new music performances. Nicholas Casillas, a graduate of UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music, merged his talents with Cameron and Lee shortly after the group formed. The newest addition, Emma Reinhart, is a Senior at USC and will be graduating this coming May. Together, these four saxophonists and educators blend their artistry, creating a unique and captivating ensemble. There repertoire includes everything from Bach to Ellington, as well as standard repertoire and new music written for the saxophone quartet idiom.
This is the Noir Quartet’s 3rd year with Bach in the Subways.
From Noir Quartet’s visit with John Schneider, host of KPFK’s Thursday edition of The Global Village