The Capitol Quartet is widely considered among the most exciting chamber
ensembles performing today. Comprised of saxophonists who are teaching
faculty at outstanding music schools, the Capitol Quartet has captured
the imagination of critics and audiences alike. Since its formation in
1991, the Capitol Quartet has performed regularly at major concert
venues throughout the United States, earning wide acclaim for the
ensemble's musical versatility and innovative style. The Quartet's
February 2007 performance of the Philip Glass Concerto for Saxophone
Quartet and Orchestra with Marin Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony
Orchestra was lauded in the Baltimore Sun for "..superb technical
control, ... seamless blend, and exceptional wealth of character in
The Capitol Quartet has been featured with the Cincinnati Pops,
Indianapolis Symphony, Guatemala National Symphony, Rochester
Philharmonic, Baltimore Symphony, National Arts Centre Orchestra
(Ottawa, Canada), Windsor (Ontario) Symphony, the San Antonio Symphony,
Long Beach Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Springfield (MO) Symphony,
Roanoke Symphony, Imperial Symphony (Fl), Bay-Atlantic Symphony, Grand
Rapids Symphony, the U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band, the U.S.
Continental Army Band, and many other symphonies across the country.
They have been invited back for numerous appearances with the Baltimore,
Bay-Atlantic and Indianapolis Symphonies.