Quentin Angus Quintet. Users say. Time Out says. Guitarist-composer Quentin Angus presents his nimble, approachable postbop at a release party for his recent album, Retrieval Structure. Posted: Tuesday June 26 2012.
Quentin Angus: In Stride by Geno Thackara, published on January 16, 2018. Quentin Bryan Angus comes across as the kind of player who's seemingly absorbed everything in developing a repertoire-one whose extensive study lets him draw on any style and throw out familiar licks on a whim. Here we have soft electric tones worthy of Grant Green crossed with the expansive compositional smarts of Pat Metheny. Quentin Bryan Angus Retrieval Structure. In Stride by Friedrich Kunzmann. In Stride by Mark Sullivan.
Quentin Bryan Angus, a multi-award-winning Australian guitarist, follows up his 2011 debut recording, Retrieval Structure, with the ambitious Perception. Born in 1987, he still clocks in as a "young" artist, but his music is strikingly mature. An apt comparison is the monumentally talented guitarist Pat Metheny, with a broad vision and a penchant for grand statements and complex, layered arrangements. Angus, of course, has not reached a Metheny-esque level of artistry, but the groundwork-the foundation-is there. Perception is not about Angus' guitar prowess.
Quentin Bryan Angus was born in Mount Pleasant, South Australia on 17 August 1987. Quentin holds a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy), awarded with a 'Deans Commendation', a Master of Music Degree (Jazz Performance) under the tutelage of jazz great John Abercrombie, awarded 'Summa Cum Laude', and a Bachelor of Music Degree (Jazz Performance), awarded with 'First Class Honours' from the Elder Conservatorium, University of Adelaide. Now living in New York, he has produced two independently released albums, Retrieval Structure (2011) and Perception (2013)
Quentin Bryan Angus was born in Mount Pleasant, South Australia on 17 August 1987. Now living in New York, he has produced two independently released albums, "Retrieval Structure" (2011) and "Perception" (2013). Since moving to New York, Quentin has formed his own band, "The Quentin Angus Quintet", which has now appeared at various shows and festivals worldwide. Other performances, tours and festival appearances have seen Quentin perform in the United States, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Europe and Turkey. He has also been part of The Betty Carter Jazz Ahead residency at the Kennedy Center, Washington DC in 2011 and 2013.
Album lead sheets: In Stride Sheet Music. Retrieval Structure Sheet Music. Perception Sheet Music. Single lead sheets: (In Stride) Jingles.
Quentin Angus "Droplets".