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Old School Baptist Church

Akropolis Reed Quintet performs Jazz Influenced Classical Chamber Music

This Akropolis Reed Quintet concert program will include selections from Arthur Cunningham’s Harlem Suite, Maurice Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin, Willem Jeths’ Maktub, and George Gershwin’s An American in Paris.

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Akropolis Reed Quintet performs Jazz Influenced Classical Chamber Music
Akropolis Reed Quintet performs Jazz Influenced Classical Chamber Music

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30 jul 2022 19:30

Old School Baptist Church, Co Rd 36, Denver, NY 12421, USA

About the event

Celebrating its 13th year making music with a “collective voice driven by real excitement and a sense of adventure” (The Wire), Akropolis has “taken the chamber music world by storm” (Fanfare).  As the first reed quintet to grace the Billboard Charts (May 2021), the untamed band of five reed players and entrepreneurs is united by a shared passion: to make music that sparks joy and wonder. 

Winner of seven national chamber music prizes including the 2014 Fischoff Gold Medal, Akropolis delivers 120 concerts and educational events each year and has premiered over 130 works.  It is the first ensemble of its kind to grace the stage on noteworthy series like Oneppo (Yale University), Chamber Music San Antonio, Phillips Collection (Washington, D.C.), Summerwinds Münster (Germany), Flagler Museum (Palm Beach), and many more.

“There’s nothing tentative in [Akropolis’] approach, and that extends to their programming of multifariously challenging and imaginative new works” (The Wire). Currently, Akropolis is collaborating with GRAMMY-nominated pianist/composer Pascal Le Boeuf and drummer Christian Euman on their Are We Dreaming the Same Dream? project, an album and touring program drawing classical and jazz idioms together to reflect on American identity.

This Akropolis Reed Quintet concert program will include selections from Arthur Cunningham’s Harlem Suite, Maurice Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin, Willem Jeths’ Maktub, and George Gershwin’s An American in Paris.

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