Brass of Peace performed at New York’s famed Carnegie Hall on Monday, February 12, 2018 at 8 p.m. thanks to an invitation from Baldwin Wallace Conservatory Wind Ensemble. The program featured a world premiere Concerto for Brass Trio by Clint Needham and featuring Baldwin Wallace’s brass trio in residence, The Factory Seconds. Brass of Peace performed several works on its own; Bach: Fantasie, Debussy: Girl With the Flaxen Hair and a fanfare by Pierre Max DuBois. Joint works with the Baldwin Wallace Conservatory Wind Ensemble included the colorful Millennium Canons (2001) by Kevin Puts and Wagner’s poignant, Elsa’s Procession from Lohengrin.
I'll be posting "Countdown to Carnegie" postings, rehearsal clips and player profiles on our Facebook page so that you can all go along on the road with us to Carnegie. If you are in the New York area on February 12, please come out and support us. The tickets are only $10.
Millennium Canons (arr. Mark Spede) BWC and Brass of Peace
Concerto for Brass Trio and Wind Ensemble (world premiere) featuring the Factory Seconds Jack Sutte, trumpet; Jesse McCormick, horn; Richard Stout, trombone ( members of the Cleveland Orchestra)
Elsa’s Procession to the Cathedral from Lohengrin (transc. Paillet) BWC and BOP
Bach (arr. Dishinger):
Fantasie in C Brass of Peace only
Debussy (arr. Allen):
Girl With the Flaxen Hair Brass of Peace only
Pierre Max Dubois
Rassemblement from Trios Préludes en Fanfare Brass of Peace only
Sun., Jan. 14, 7-9
Sat., Feb.10 through Tues., Feb. 13
New York Carnegie Hall Concerts and mentoring workshops
Brass of Peace performs at Carnegie Hall, New York City
with Baldwin Wallace Conservatory
Sun., Mar. 11 at 4 p.m.
Concert: Brass of Peace at the Franciscan Monastery
Donations in the form of checks may be
written to "Fractured Atlas" and
6017 Jewell Court
Alexandria, VA 22312-3000
Brass of Peace is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of Brass of Peace must be made payable to Fractured Atlas only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.