“Where is your conductor?” “Why do you need so many keys,” and “Why do you have such strange paper on your teeth?”
The thirst for knowledge of the next generation is enormous and knows no limit or category. In Arcis Saxophone Quartet’s workshop for children and teenagers, they present the instruments and saxophone music in a relaxed environment and transport the joy of music and of their own music making.
Own music making? Right! What could eliminate lingering reservations better than tooting a saxophone on your own, playing a little melody, or being the conductor?
It’s a wonderful way to hear different music and experience music-making firsthand.