Mobilis Saxophone Quartet


The Mobilis Saxophone quartet was formed by four ambitious saxophone students in Vienna in 2009. All members are now accomplished saxophonists and pedagogues on music schools and universities in Austria and Croatia.

The potential of the quartet got early recognition, when it won Austrian National Chamber Music Competition and became finalist of the Fidelio Competition at the Conservatory Vienna. The four musicians have ever since played in main concert halls in Austria, rest of Europe and South America. Their debut CD came out in 2011 as a result of a collaboration with Bank-Austria that marked the quartet as the Artist of the year. The Austrian National Radio Ö1 rewarded the CD with the Pasticcio Prize.

The quartet has been a part of a »New Austrian Sound of Music« program of the Austrian Foreign Ministry in concert season 2016/17.

The quartet plays classical music, written originally for a saxophone quartet as well as arrangements from earlier musical periods and contemporary music from 20th and 21st century.

The goal of the ensemble is to present the relatively unknown combination of these four instruments by playing concerts as well as giving masterclasses, combining music with theater and and other forms of art.



14-02-2020, 7:30pm · "Spotlights": Mobilis and the SBT · "Stift Ossiach"

Next Concerts

14-02-2020, 7:30pm · "Stift Ossiach"

"Spotlights": Mobilis and the SBT

16-02-2020, 7:00pm · "Haus der Musik", Innsbruck

"Spotlights": Mobilis and the SBT

19-02-2020 · "Alte Schmiede", Vienna

Mobilis Contemporary

Past Concerts

03/05-12-2019 · Mobilis Saxophonquartett and Chorus Sine Nomine "Betlehem" at "Schottenkirche", Vienna

01-12-2019 · Mobilis Saxophonquartett and Chorus Sine Nomine "Betlehem" at Ried im Innkreis

25/26-09-2019 · Mobilis Saxophonquartett at "Kabinetttheater", Vienna

18. to 23-09-2019 · Mobilis Saxophonquartett at "Kabinetttheater", Vienna

05-07-2019 · Concert at "Wiener Musikverein", Vienna

27-05-2019 · 40 Years Vienna International Center - Anniversary celebration

Supported by the Arts and Culture Division of the Federal Chancellery of Austria

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Our Debut CD
won the Ö1 Pasticcio-Preis

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