Credits: Maria Margarida
Projects and Events
Artist Residency with composer Patrick Ellis
April 26 to May 3th, Tantrum Saxophone Quartet was part of the Artist Residency at De Link Tilburg with British composer Patrick Ellis, who wrote a new work for saxophone quartet, electronics and visuals. The quartet premiered this new work on the 3th of May at Cenakel Tilburg.
Solo program and debut album
In 2022, Dauphine will bring out her first solo concert program, existing of minimal and contemporary music. This program will also result in a debut album.
Tantrum plays on Lustrum NSO
On the 8th of October 2021, Tantrum Saxophone Quartet played on the lustrum event of Nieuwe Societeit Oisterwijk. This event took place in the Pauluskerk and Theater De Boemel in Tilburg, The Netherlands.
Tantrum plays in Muziekgebouw Eindhoven
September 16th 2021, Tantrum Saxophone Quartet played a lunchbreak concert in Muziekgebouw Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The quartet performed the Autumn 2021 Cross-over program.
Life Out of Balance
Final Master Performance
On June 29th 2021, Dauphine played her Final Master Performance: Life Out of Balance. This program was made in mid-covid-19 times and existed mainly of minimal music. Dauphine combined this music with footage she recorded in Tilburg. Dauphine graduated as Master of Music in Classical Saxophone.
Tantrum plays at Theater de Parade
On the 16th of March 2022, Tantrum will play a lunch concert in the program of Theater de Parade, with parts of the new programs of 2022 at Willem-Twee Toonzaal in 's-Hertogenbosch!
Tantrum plays Noten op de Noen
On the 17th of October 2021, Tantrum Saxophone Quartet played their Autumn 2021 Cross-over program at Noten op de Noen in Helvoirt, The Netherlands.
Tantrum plays in Willem-Twee Toonzaal
September 22nd 2021, Tantrum Saxophone Quartet played a lunch concert in Willem-Twee Toonzaal 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands. The quartet performed their Autumn 2021 Cross-over program.
Master of Music Arts and Education
in 2021, Dauphine started the Master of Music Arts and Education at the Royal Conservatory of Antwerp, Belgium. Because she graduated as Master of Music in Tilburg, this new study is a shortened trajectory.
Chamber Music Competition
On April 25th 2021, Tantrum Saxophone Quartet won the Willem-Twee Toonzaal Chamber Music Competition. This competition took place in the Willem-Twee Toonzaal in 's-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.