Upcoming Anubis Quartet Shows

From Anubis Quartet:

Anubis Quartet was formed in 2007 and establishes a symbolic connection between Anubis, the Egyptian God of the Underworld, and the volatile yet sensual world of sound, color, and transformation which is vital to contemporary music. Anubis’ members are dedicated to reshaping the saxophone quartet genre and reconceptualizing the way listeners experience the instrument through contemporary music. For more information visit http://www.anubisquartet.com.

Monday, February 11 7:30pm
CROSSWIND
Anubis Quartet in Chicago
featuring Nadia Sirota, viola
Nichols Concert Hall at the Music Institute of Chicago
1490 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, IL

Program to include:
Georges Aperghis (b.1945): Crosswind (1997) for viola and saxophone quartet
Georges Aperghis: Rasch (2001) for viola and soprano saxophone
Chris Fisher-Lochhead: Blissing Out (2012)
Edward Hamel: Butchered and Consumed by the Facets of Extension (2012)
Work for solo viola, TBA

Thursday, February 14 1pm
Society of Composers, Inc.
Guest Artist Concert
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH

Program to include:
Andres Carrizo: New Work (2013, WORLD PREMIERE)
Marcos Balter: Intercepting a Shivery Light (2012)
Lansing McLoskey: OK-OK (2006)
Chris Fisher-Lochhead: Blissing Out (2012)
Edward Hamel: Butchered and Consumed by the Facets of Extension (2012)