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SEPTEMBER 12, 2020, 
7:30 PM through midnight September 14

Since its formation at Tanglewood in 1961, the Dorian Wind Quintet has literally been around the world—performing in the United States and Canada, touring Europe eighteen times, and playing throughout the Middle East, India, Africa, and Asia. The Dorian made history as the first wind quintet to appear at Carnegie Hall.

The Quintet has collaborated with numerous well-known artists, commissioned nearly 40 new works of wind chamber music, and held residencies at some of the world’s most prestigious music festivals and educational institutions. All of the members of the Quintet are associated with other prominent performing ensembles, venues, and musical institutions. They have come together in this group out of their passion for the wind chamber music repertoire.

"Chamber music as was meant to be." Los Angeles Times

H. Isaac (et al)..........Renaissance Suite (arr. Roseman)

Jacques Ibert.............Trois pièces brèves

Billy Childs...............Ecosystems

J.S. Bach....................Fugue in G Minor, BWV 578 arr. Rechtman)

Samuel Barber...........Summer Music, op. 31

Paul Hindemith..........Kleine Kammermusik, op. 24, no 2

H. Isaac (et al), Renaissance Suite (Arr. Roseman)

Jacques Ibert, Trois pièces brèves

Billy Childs, Ecosystems (U.S. Premiere)*

J.S. Bach, Fugue in G Minor, BWV 578 (arr.  Rechtman)

Samuel Barber, Summer Music, op. 31

Paul Hindemith, Kleine Kammermusik, op. 24, no 2

*This commission was made possible by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program, with generous funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Chamber Music America Endowment Fund.

Listen to Bach as you probably haven't heard it before!

“The Dorian’s performances of music of all periods are an invaluable asset to our present day musical scene.”

Aaron Copland

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