Acclaim
"I have had the great pleasure of performing with the Capitol Quartet. Their fabulous sound, professionalism and innovative program all combine for a wonderfully entertaining musical experience."
Marvin Hamlisch
"Spectacular artistry, wonderful arrangements and great fun...The Capitol Quartet is at the top of my programming list."
Jeff Tyzik
The Capitol Quartet performs with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra at the Capitol Theatre, Friday, April 5, 2013, in Windsor, Ont.

Thank you, Adolphe Sax!

Without the 19th century Belgian inventor’s creation, there’d be no jazz and swing and no Capitol Quartet.

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Ted Shaw, The Windsor Star
In the crowded world of chamber music, finding an accomplished group of players who easily transverse a myriad of musical styles with technical proficiency, astute musical sensibilities and who can be downright hilarious entertainers is rare. ...the Capitol Quartet proved they are one of those rare ensembles. Read More...
Mike Telin, ClevelandClassical.com
The saxophonists who join forces in the Capitol Quartet are capital players... Read More...
Donald Rosenberg, The Cleveland Plain Dealer On-Line Edition
Whether it was "Winter Wonderland," "Let It Snow," a snippet of "Carol of the Bells" or "Jingle Bells," the sax players dazzled. Read More...
Roger Bryant, Midland Daily News
Capitol Quartet with conductor Steven Reineke
"This year's lineup also included the top-notch sax ensemble Capitol Quartet, which lit up the place with some hot licks in, among other things, a clever jazz distillation of "Nutcracker" favorites. " December 24, 2009
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Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun
"Alsop again assured a taut, clean performance from the orchestra, enabling the solo group -- the Capitol Quartet -- to shine all the more. The quartet revealed not just superb technical control, but a seamless blend and exceptional wealth of character in their phrasing. The Capitol Quartet sounded, in a word, capital." February 24, 2007 Read More...
Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun
"The Capitol Quartet brought the work alive with personality, enthusiasm and warmth -- matched fully by Alsop and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra players." February 24, 2007 Read More...
Stephen Brookes, The Washington Post
"Funny guys and fine musicians - a delightful way to begin a new year. Check 'em out." January 1, 2005 Read More...
Diane Windeler, San Antonio Express-News
"After a standing ovation, the saxophonists returned for an encore. They blazed through Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Flight of the Bumblebee." It left the reedmen breathless, which is exactly what good sax is supposed to do." April 15, 2007 Read More...
Bill Blankenship, Topeka Capital-Journal
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