I was absolutely floored by "July" written by Michael Torke, the saxophones were beautifully complex and gently textured. I was quite literally carried away by them. "26.1" by Brian Cruse was a poignant examination of the bombing of the Boston Marathon, capturing a sense of unity and peace in the aftermath of tragedy. Another notable performance was of Roland Karnatz's "Spinning Turning". It was the opening piece comprised of samples of disks rotating on a surface (think of a quarter spinning on a table) projected around the audience by way of a surround sound system. It was captivating and set the stage nicely for the compositions that followed.
I am not certain when they will be playing next, but i highly recommend checking them out. You will not be disappointed.