Recognized by critics, audiences, and colleagues for their polished and passionate performances, the Dorian Wind Quintet is known worldwide as one of chamber music’s preeminent and longest continuously active ensembles. The Quintet has traveled around the world—having performed in 48 of the 50 United States, Canada, and 18 European tours. They have also performed throughout the Middle East, India, Africa and Asia. The Quintet made history in 1981 as the first wind quintet to appear at Carnegie Hall. Their commission of George Perle’s "Wind Quintet No. 4" won the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 1986, making history as the first Pulitzer ever awarded for a wind quintet. The members of the Dorian Wind Quintet are each highly regarded performers, associated with other prominent performing ensembles, venues, and musical institutions, who have united out of a mutual passionate commitment to the advocacy and performance of the wind chamber music repertoire.

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