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Parero Saxophone Quartet

Parero Saxophone Quartet
Parero Saxophone Quartet was formed in 2016 by four female saxophone players of the same generation. In addition to standard repertoire of the saxophone quartet, they also work on various genres. Not only do they present commissioned works, but they also actively collaborate with other musicians. The name "Parero" was coined from Spanish pareja, meaning two people, and tesoro, meaning treasure.
Rui Ozawa, soprano saxophone
Aki Tanaka, alto saxophone
Miyu Yokoyama, tenor saxophone
Yumeko Miura, baritone saxophone

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