Sep 13 2019


Presented by Jamaica Plain Saxophone Quartet at Killian Hall at MIT

Join us for our 2019-20 season opener and MIT debut, where we perform works by dear friends (and family)! As part of the JPSQAfterDark series that explores the contemporary classical side of our performing lives, we explore 21st century works that tie us to Boston through our personal and aesthetic relationships. These contemporary works will be interspersed with our tonal heritage through movements of Sciarrino’s Pagine (1998).

Pagine: Cole Porter, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin”
Jack Wilds: The Red Cape (2017)
Pagine: Domenico Scarlatti, Sonata in Re minore L. 215
Harbison: Trio Sonata (1995)
Stratis Minakakis: Alismono ke Cherome (2011)
Pagine: Madrigal I
Marti Epstein: Bluff, 1997
Kate Salfelder: Stolen From Above (2015)
Pagine: 4. Johann Sebastian Bach, Kyrie
Steve Snowden: Take This Hammer (2015)

Concert is FREE and open to the public (Donations accepted)

Formed in 2017, the Jamaica Plain Saxophone Quartet (JPSQ) regularly performs for private events and in community and outreach concerts with a variety of programs that include classical music, pop and rock tunes, jazz standards, South American music, and contemporary classical. Made up of NEC alumni, JPSQ is comprised of Sean Mix, Andy Wilds, Scott Chamberlin, and David Stevens.

Admission Info


Dates & Times

2019/09/13 - 2019/09/13

Location Info

Killian Hall at MIT

160 Memorial Drive, Cambridge , MA 02142