The award-winning Asylum Quartet, which includes Brattleboro native and Brattleboro Music Center alumnus Tony Speranza, continues the BMC's 2015-16 Chamber Music Series with Friday's concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Centre Congregational Church on Main Street – will include works by György Ligeti, Claude Debussy, and Antonin Dvorak. Tickets are $30 Patron and $20 general admission.
The quartet has performed at the Boston Athaeneum, the Newport Music Festival, the Traverse City Film Festival, and the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, and has been a featured guest on WNPR's Where We Live, WWUH's The 20th Century Limited, WNMC's Morning Jazz, and WCRI's Festival Series.
Asylum received the Grand Prize in the 2014 International Chamber Music Ensemble Competition in Boston, Massachusetts, becoming the first saxophone quartet to receive this honor. Tickets at www.bmcvt.org, at 802-257-4523 or at the door.