Capitol Quartet

Comprised of saxophonists who are teaching faculty at America's leading music schools, the Capitol Quartet has captured the imaginations of critics and audiences alike. Combining innovative repertoire with virtuosic playing and an energetic, engaging stage presence, the Quartet brings a unique brand of entertainment to the concert stage. Since its formation in 1991, the Capitol Quartet has performed regularly at major concert venues throughout the United States, earning wide acclaim for the ensemble's musical versatility and innovative style. Dedicated to advancing music education, the Capitol Quartet regularly performs and lectures at National and State Music Educators conferences. The Capitol Quartet has been featured with the Cincinnati Pops, Indianapolis Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, Baltimore Symphony, National Arts Centre Orchestra (Ottawa, Canada), Windsor (Ontario) Symphony, the San Antonio Symphony, Long Beach Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Springfield (MO) Symphony, Roanoke Symphony, Imperial Symphony (Fl), Bay-Atlantic Symphony, Grand Rapids Symphony, the U.S. Air Force Heritage of America Band, the U.S. Continental Army Band and many other symphonies across the country. In 1994, the Capitol Quartet won the prestigious Baltimore Chamber Music Awards Competition, and in 1997 released its debut recording: American Sketches on the Klavier Records International label. Other recent and widely acclaimed recordings include Balance (2015) on Blue Griffin Records, FLEX (2012) on White Pine Records, the 2001 Summit Records release "Anything Goes", and the innovative 2004 release "Dig" which showcases the Rochester Philharmonic with Jeff Tyzik conducting and producing. 

Christopher Creviston, soprano saxophone 
Joseph Lulloff, alto saxophone
David Stambler, tenor saxophone
Henning Schroeder, baritone saxophone


  • Jul 13 2018

    Capitol Quartet


    David Biedenbender (1984): Anaphora
    Carter Pann (1972): The Mechanics: Six from the Shop Floor - Hoist, Drive Train, Belt, Flywheel, Balance, Trash 
    Stacy Garrop (1969): Hell Hath No Fury 
    Carter Pann (1972): Capitol Punishment

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