At It Again! Wolf Edwards and the Quasar Saxophone Quartet
Composer Wolf Edwards and the Quasar Saxophone Quartet of Montreal celebrate their twenty year collaboration with a brand new composition entitled Torque (twisting force). This new work will be premiered in Victoria, BC at the bi-annual SALT Festival of Contemporary music (details TBA) this January. It will also be recorded this January for the composer’s upcoming portrait CD/vinyl record
Upcoming Portrait CD – Outer Planes: The Sound Compositions of Wolf Man Edwards Vol. I
To be recorded this January 6th, 7th, & 8th at the University of Victoria with sound engineer Paul Luchkov. This recording will mark the composer’s first ever portrait CD/vinyl release. The record will feature five works: Torque for saxophone quartet, The June 2nd Movement for chamber ensemble, Chains for solo electric guitar and electronics, Um Allien Zu Kampfen for solo bass clarinet and electronics, and Civilian Death Toll for two saxophones and percussion. The album includes performers who have commissioned , performed, and supported the composer’s work throughout his career. These performers include The Tsilumos Ensemble, The Quasar Saxophone Quartet, guitarist Adrian Verdejo, and clarinetist Liam Hockley.