WSCXVI DONALD SINTA QUARTET You´ve Been Talking in Your Sleep by Dave Biedenbender

Donald Sinta Quartet
(17:00, Wednesday 11 July, All Saints)
Dan Graser — Soprano Saxophone; Zach Stern — Alto Saxophone
Joseph Girard — Tenor Saxophone; Danny Hawthorne-Foss — Baritone Saxophone
The Donald Sinta Quartet was formed in October of 2010 for the 2011 Michigan Symphony Band tour
of China and Los Angeles. All four members are current students of Professor Donald Sinta. The DSQ
was a featured soloist during the Michigan Symphony Band’s 2011 tour of China and Los Angeles and
performed in many celebrated halls including the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing,
Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and Hill Auditorium in Michigan. The group premiered the band version of William Bolcom’s
Concerto Grosso, and are featured on the premiere recording of the work with the Michigan Symphony Band under the baton of Michael
Haithcock, available December 2011. Additionally, the group performed at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Hanban Headquarters in
Beijing, and for the students of the Youth Orchestras of Los Angeles. Embracing a wide range of repertoire, the DSQ regularly performs the
works of Dvorak and Schubert in addition to recent commissions from Brett Bohman and Ron Amchin. In addition to performing at the
World Saxophone Congress, the DSQ were recently invited to perform at the 2012 ISME Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece.

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