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Centuries of Brass
May 27 @ 7:00 pm UTC+0
Centuries of Brass!
The MusicaNova Brass Quintet takes the audience on a journey through time and across geography. From a 15th century Flemish composer, through Italy, Germany and Russia (where the brass quintet is said to have originated), to American composers who popularized the blues, raised ragtime to an artform and melded jazz and classical motifs, you’ll hear six centuries of music in one evening.
Gwyneth Walker (1947) Fanfare Among Friends
Giovanni Gabrieli (1554-1612) Canzona Per Sonare La Spiritata
John Cheetham (1939-) Scherzo
Anon (1684) Bankelsangerlieder
Victory Ewald (1860-1935) Quintet No. 1
Suite of Trios (selections) Anton Reicha (1770-1836) – arranged by John Ericson
Scott Joplin (1868-1917) Euphonic Sounds
W.C. Handy (1873-1958) St. Louis Blues
(arr. Luther Henderson)
Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990) Selections from West Side Story
The MNO Brass Quintet
Trumpet – Joshua Haake
Trumpet – Joshua Whitehouse
Horn – Alex Manners
Trombone – Seth Bärtschi
Tuba – Deanna Swoboda
Six Centuries of Brass: The MusicaNova Brass Quintet. 7 p.m. at Musical Instrument Museum. Tickets here.
Please select the number of tickets here. Tickets purchased under the same order will be seated together. Once your order is received, our Guest Service team will assign seats to provide distance from other parties and artists on stage. You will receive a confirmation email with your seat locations prior to the performance.
For accessibility seating accommodations or other preferences, please include your request in the Comments field when entering your contact information. The MIM Music Theater is entered at Row D. Access to all other rows requires the use of stairs (2 per row). Ushers can assist with accessing accessibility seats in the Rear Box.
All guests ages 2 and up are encouraged to wear a face mask covering their nose and mouth. Complimentary masks will be available at entry.
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