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Quattro Temperamenti Saxophone Quartet

Quattro Temperamenti Saxophone  Quartet
The Quattro Temperamenti Saxophone Quartet was formed by saxophonists who originated from the chamber music classes of Gordan Tudor and Timea Kalmar at the Novi Sad Academy of Arts. The ensemble was formed in 2014 and the name was inspired by the eponymous composition written by Ivan Brkljačić– as hommage to the very first Serbian contemporary work for saxophone quartet which is a part of the ensemble’s repertoire. This chamber ensemble has achieved noted performances, warmly received by the audience and the critics. At the Davorin Jenko International competition, held in February 2015 in Belgrade, the quartet was awarded the First prize, winning the title Competition Laureate in the Chamber music discipline. In 2015, during the Showroom of contemporary sound, an annual festival of contemporary music held in Zagreb, the ensemble successfully premiered several compositions by young Serbian composers. This was the ensemble’s first performance outside Serbian borders. The quartet gave its second performance in Croatia during the saxophone masterclass Škola saksofona u Jaski in 2016, as a guest ensemble. Same year they performed at the concert of composer Ivan Brkljačić in Belgrade.
Srđan Paunović, soprano saxophone
Nikola Macura, alto saxophone
Lovro Livajić, tenor saxophone
Filip Orlović, baritone saxophone
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