The Red Clay Saxophone Quartet

Fancher, Susan
September 2016
Saxophone Today;Sep/Oct2016, p28
The article features the Red Clay Saxophone Quartet (RCSQ). Topics discussed include how the musical group started in North Carolina in 2003, the members of the quartet which include Mark Engebretson and Robert Faub, and their first performances at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro. Also mentioned are the group's regular weekly rehearsals.


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