Since 1986 the Swedish saxophone quartet Rollin’Phones has been an important part of the Swedish music scene.
The group is an “all-round” chamber music ensemble with classical music as a speciality. The repertoire ranges from the standard pieces and transcriptions to works by contemporary composers. Several compositions have been dedicated to the group by both Swedish and foreign composers and there are continuous efforts to encourage exciting collaborations with other instrumentalists/singers and art forms. Examples from recent projects include percussion, dance and visual art.
In addition to chamber music concerts, the quartet performs as guest soloists with symphony- and wind orchestras in Sweden and abroad. The Rollin’ Phones have toured extensively and have participated in festivals all over the world including in Europe, USA, South America and Asia.
The members of Swedish saxophone quartet Rollin’Phones are Tove Nylund, soprano saxophone, Vacant, alto saxophone, Edith Bakker, tenor saxophone and Neta Norén – baritone saxophone
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