SteelWind Progressive (quintet)
focuses on the music of the seventies which has made history in progressive
rock, arranged for saxophone quintet with an impact and an incredible tonal
SteelWind Rock (quintet)
The quintet confronts authors such as
Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Santana, milestones in the history of rock, creating
a path of famous themes, suitable for all audiences.
SteelWind Minimalism (quartet)
Looks at Minimalism and is the
red thread of the program, with pieces by famous composers such as Nyman,
Glass, Mertens and Jacob TV, authors of great success thanks to the tonal and
melodic imprint of the music which can be easily memorized and approached. All
is interpreted in a strictly academic way, but is full of the groups warm
SteelWind Tribute to Gershwin (quartet and piano)
"Rhapsody in Blue" and "Changes" to "I got
rhythm", "An American in Paris" and "Porgy and Bess",
are the cornerstone of a concert focusing on the classical music that winks at
jazz and ethnic influences. Piano and sax quartet form a highly original sound.
SteelWind Soundtraks (quintet)
A roundup of scores taken from
famous movies, cult cartoons and even video games, played and arranged for a
captivating and amusing show.
SteelWind The Italian Style (quartet)
A look at the panorama of Italian music through overtures, arias from operas and concerts of all genres and periods of music. Music by Rossini, Puccini, Mascagni, Leoncavallo, Marcello, Vivaldi.
SteelWind The Franch Style (quartet)
A tribute to French music. From the exciting and multi-faceted "Creation du monde" by Milhaud, to the evocative atmosphere of Debussy, Ravel and Fauré, Gounod's hilarity in the "funeral march od a marionette", andthe explosive charge of the "Carmen" by Bizet.
SteelWind The American Style (quartet)
6 - The American style (quartet): A portrait of two of the most
'important American composers, with Gershwin "An American in Paris"
and "Porgy and Bess," and Bernstein "West Side Story",
reinterpreted by the playful atmosphere of the four saxophones.
SteelWind Sacred and profane (quartet)
Stradella, to name a few, to the irreverent work of Weill ... waiting to be
SteelWind Piazzolla (quartet)
The tangos of Astor Piazzolla,
in a cultured chamber music revisitation are the protagonists of this program
full of pathos and melancholy.
SteelWind Jazz and surrounding (quartet)
An overview of jazz
authors (Brubeck, Richardson, Kynaston ...) to rediscover the notes and sound
of a genre which is heavily influenced by the classical and the popular.
SteelWind Berlin Paris New York
(quartet and actors)
A review of the music of Kurt Weill and lyrics by Bertold Brecht. Worldly music
and text woven together in a show in which “not forgetting” is a must.