Brass Ensembles Concert

Brass Ensembles Concert

Directed by Chad Willis
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About the Event

The Brass Choir has grown from a quintet to over 20 musicians in the past several years. Consisting of trumpet, french horn, trombone, bass trombone, euphonium, tuba and percussion players, this active and enthusiastic group of intermediate-through-advanced level Brass students is well-known on and off campus for its highly varied, high-quality and enjoyable concerts. The ensemble rehearses and performs music from the Renaissance and classical periods through modern and pop, and has frequently offered a chance for student and professional composers and arranges to showcase their latest works. The Brass Choir also offers opportunities to perform in a number of "off-shoot", smaller, extra-curricular student ensembles, including the Olympus Brass Quintet, the Trumpet Ensemble, the Fullerton French Horn Club, the Trombone Troupe, and the unique and entertaining Barbershop Brass Singers, a 12-person vocal ensemble comprised of both male and female members of the Brass Choir.


Open Seating. Doors open one half hour prior to the start of the event Accessibility information.


Performance will run approximately two hours and thirty minutes with no intermission.


The content of this production is appropriate for all ages.


Public parking is available in the Lemon Street Parking Structure for a fee of $3.00 per day.

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