Los Angeles Percussion Quartet

COUNTRY United States      
GROUP Los Angeles Percussion Quartet      


The Los Angeles Percussion Quartet is an innovative and dynamic chamber music ensemble whose award-winning repertoire, featuring newly commissioned works by California's greatest composers, has been acknowledged as "championing composers of thought provoking and uncompromisingly intelligent music." (Percussive Notes)

In 2012, the LAPQ's seminal album, Rūpa-khandha, broke new ground as the first 7.1 surround-sound high-fidelity recording of percussion chamber music. The quartet's recorded performances "presents the entire color-spectrum of global percussion instruments intelligently and with great competency," (Neue Musikzeitung) and subsequently earned the group multiple nominations in the 55th Grammy Awards, including in the prestigious category of Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance.

Throughout the LAPQ's five-year history, their performances have delighted audiences in concert halls, museums, warehouses, and living room salons, with appearances in many of California's most distinguished concert series, including Monday Evening Concerts, Music and Conversations, People Inside Electronics, Morrison Artists, Fullerton Friends of Music, April in Santa Cruz, and the L.A. Composers Project. Equally committed to outreach and education, the LAPQ have presented workshops and masterclasses to young musicians at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, University of Southern California, California Institute of the Arts, CSU Sacramento/Bakersfield/East Bay, and Occidental College, among others.

Each member of the LAPQ is an active freelance performer and educator in Southern California, and graduates of leading music conservatories, including the University of California - San Diego, Oberlin Conservatory, Northwestern University, the Thornton School of Music (USC), and the Herb Alpert School of Music (CalArts).

Cara Froelich

Green Valley High School, Las Vegas Philharmonic, Nevada Pops

Los Angeles Percussion Quartet

Los Angeles Percussion Quartet

Bill Wanser

The Phoenix Symphony

Peter Repp

Director Of Percussion Studies - Rockwood Summit High School

Tommy Dobbs

Professor Of Percussion At The University Of Arkansas – Fort Smith, Fort Smith Symphony Orchestra (principal Percussion), Duo Breedlove (saxophone And Percussion Duo



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