Media

  1. Klonos
    Klonos, by Piet Swerts, is here performed with Professor Hannah Creviston on February 22, 2017 in the Katzin Concert Hall at Arizona State University
  2. from my window there|s a lighthouse
    from my window there|s a lighthouse by Lisa Atkinson was commissioned by Sam Detweiler in the fall of 2016 and premiered on February 22, 2017 in the Katzin Concert Hall at Arizona State University.
  3. Two Scenes from the Shrine of the Crossing of the Birds
    Two Scenes from the Shrine of the Crossing of the Birds by Carl Schimmel Eos performs at 2017 Fischoff Competition
  4. Sonata: I Allegro Ma Non Troppo
    Sonata was written by New York composer Brett Wery in 2016. The three movement work was commissioned by Samuel Detweiler. It combines aspects of pitch class set theory, jazz, Balkan folk melody, and improvisation. Samuel Detweiler, soprano saxophone Amy Detweiler, piano This recording was engineered and mastered by Clarke Rigsby at Tempest Recording in Tempe, AZ.
  5. Sonata II. Adagio sognando – “Bluesy” andantino
    Sonata was written by New York composer Brett Wery in 2016. The three movement work was commissioned by Samuel Detweiler. It combines aspects of pitch class set theory, jazz, Balkan folk melody, and improvisation. Samuel Detweiler, soprano saxophone Amy Detweiler, piano This recording was engineered and mastered by Clarke Rigsby at Tempest Recording in Tempe, AZ.
  6. Sonata III. Danza ritmica
    Sonata was written by New York composer Brett Wery in 2016. The three movement work was commissioned by Samuel Detweiler. It combines aspects of pitch class set theory, jazz, Balkan folk melody, and improvisation. Samuel Detweiler, soprano saxophone Amy Detweiler, piano This recording was engineered and mastered by Clarke Rigsby at Tempest Recording in Tempe, AZ.
Performed by the Detweiler Quartet​​
Sam Detweiler, tenor saxophone
Enrique Lara, guitar
Vince Thiefain, string bass
Caleb Michal, drums

Triceratops solo (LIVE) Triceratops was written by Matthew Kennedy for the Lotus Trio
Noir Et Bleu by Ethan Cypress is a work for solo soprano saxophone commissioned by Samuel Detweiler
Impetus, by Grant Jahn, was commissioned by Samuel Detweiler in 2016. The work draws from a minimalist tradition and includes sections where the saxophonist improvises over riffing motifs in the piano.