Ensemble du Bout du Monde

The Ensemble du Bout du Monde is a collective made up of four classically trained saxophonists from Australia, France, Israel, and the United States. As a contemporary ensemble, they are constantly searching to place art in unexpected and truly unique situations. The saxophone quartet, their tool to make art through music, has sought to create a paradigm shift in the contemporary concept of what this already versatile ensemble is. Interested equally in breaking away from the classic view of a quartet, the ensemble members deem it necessary to collaborate in a cross-cultural way between the arts and other humanities. Formed, developed, and trained in France, EBM brings four disparate people and cultures together to envision a creative and innovative collective for which there exists no boundaries or limitations.

Noa Mick, soprano saxophone
Kay Zhang, alto saxophone
Qeuntin Darricau, tenor saxophone
Don-Paul Kahl, baritone saxophone



  • Jul 11 2018

    Ensemble du Bout du Monde


    Qālī - Iranian Rugs
    Sina Fallahzadeh (1981): Pazyryk
    Arash Yazdani (1984): Stromatesis

    UNIVERSITY OF ZAGREB Auditorium Trg Republike Hrvatske 14