Check out New Century's New Recording Label.
Alry publishes a lot of NCSQ's music, including Steve Pollock's
transcription of J.S. Bach's "The Art of Fugue." See NCSQ
Sheet Music for the list of music published by Alry.
This link takes you to the web site of our management. Find out
more information about NCSQ as well as other artists on the BesenArts
roster. Also, check out the photo of our manager on the Home Page.
He has really funny ears!
Boosey & Hawkes
If you live in Europe, this is where you can find our publication
of Bernstein's "Selections from West Side Story." See
NCSQ Sheet Music (make this a link) for specific ordering information.
Purchase "On Track" or other releases from Alanna Records.
Makers of the saxophones prefered by New Century Saxophone Quartet.
(Tell the owners Tevis and Cheryl that we sent you and receive a
free Cannonball T-shirt!)
Check out our recording label in Holland. Meet and listen to some
of the other artists that record for Channel Classics. New Century
is in good company!
This is where you can find our publication of Bernstein's "Selections
from West Side Story" in the United States. See NCSQ Sheet
Music (make this a link) for specific information.
Concert saxophonist James Houlik.
Find out about Houlik and the annual saxophone retreat at Wildacres
in the mountains of NC.
Baritone saxophonist for New Century Saxophone Quartet during the 2009-2010 season and designer of this website.
Meet our co-conspirators for "The Art of Fugue" Multimedia
Project. Misha and Misha are the creators of the 3-D computer-generated
animations that accompany our live performances of "The Art
University of North Carolina School
of the Arts
The first state supported arts school and the birthplace of New
Century Saxophone Quartet.
See what Steve is doing when he is not on the road with NCSQ.
Located in the mountains of NC, this beautiful artists retreat hosts
the annual James Houlik Saxophone Retreat every June. NCSQ is the
quartet-in-residence. Contact Steve
Pollock for more information and to register for the next retreat.
"NCSQ in Manhattan" sketch by Ron Crawford