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Fri April 18, 2014
A "Love Theme" for Where We Live
Last month, Hartford’s very own Asylum Quartet visited WNPR's Where We Live to talk about and perform some music.
Together, saxophonists Joseph Abad, Tony Speranza, Max Schwimmer, and Andrew Barnhart filled our studio with the sounds of Alexander Glazunov and Guillermo Lago. They also delivered a very special rendition of our theme song, "Flim," by Aphex Twin, arranged by West Hartford-based composer Ryan Jesperson.
The response to their performance was tremendous:
— Daniel Morel (@DanielEricMorel) March 21, 2014
— Helder Mira (@heldermira) March 21, 2014
— Andrew Ardizzoia (@aardizzoia) March 22, 2014
— John Dankosky (@johndankosky) March 21, 2014
Today, we’re excited to announce the ensemble’s new studio recording of the “Love Theme From Where We Live” (thanks, Colin, for the name suggestion). We love it and hope you do, too.
You can learn more about the Asylum Quartet by visiting asylumquartet.com.
Where We Live
Where We Live