"In a surprise not mentioned in the program, two youthful composers from the John Adams Young Composers Program at the Crowden Center for Music in the Community [was featured]...Anaïs Azul, whose Cascades and Canyons came across as a fun piece with a Latin dance feel."
-Be'eri Moalem: Writer in San Francisco Classical Voice on Left Coast Chamber Ensemble's concert on June 3, 2013
This is a String Quartet about tension and release. About resolving the unresolvable. It is based on a scale I created and expands it to create visual spaces. It was performed November 17th in the John Adams Young Composers Program concert along with other original works of young composers.
Below is a video of the live performance of the piece.