Auric Saxophone Quartet


J. Pachelbel (1653 – 1706)                   Canon

(arr. N. Wood)

J. Watson (b. 1988)                               Helios

B. Bartók (1881 – 1945)                        Romanian Dances Sz56

(arr. N. Wood)

P. Carr (b. 1961)                                    Rain

K. Weill (1900 – 1950)                           Lost in the Stars

G. Whitlock (b. 1977)                            Celtic Suite

A.Penman (b. 1988)                              Cops and Robbers

V. Morrison (b. 1945)                            Moondance

P.R. Buttall (b. 1950)                            Lone Arranger Goes Sax Mad

Auric Saxophone Quartet is formed of past students from the prestigious Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London. Equally at home playing classical or jazz repertoire, the group prides itself on its eclectic and varied programmes which delight audiences across the world. The Quartet’s line-up encompasses a wide spectrum of artistic skills from award-winning soloists, all of whom have been involved with critically-acclaimed albums and can frequently be heard on national radio in the UK. Members of the groups have recently performed at London venues that include the Wigmore Hall, the Barbican and the Royal Opera House.