To herald the start of the holiday season, the full forces of the Washington Symphonic Brass will bring classical and classic holiday tunes to The Barns.
Keep the holiday in high spirits with the joyous sounds of The Washington Symphonic Brass Quintet and percussion in Georgetown!
Join us for hits from the best of Broadway-In Brass! With A. Scott Wood, Artistic Director of Amadeus Concerts and the conductor of the Amadeus Orchestra.
"Impeccable musicianship...roundness and warmth of sound not often associated with brass ensembles."
- J. Reilly Lewis, Music Director, Cathedral Choral Society & The Washington Bach Consort
New arrangements of music for the season. From our home to yours!
Music of Boston, Blood Sweat & Tears, Queen, Journey, Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire and more!
"Brass, boldly redefined...(by these) skilled and ambitious players..."
- Mark Adamo, The Washington Post
This summer, Paul Schultz performed with the Kennedy Center Opera House orchestra, on Bass Trombone and Tuba in the musical Mary Poppins. Coming next month, he will be performing the Sonata for Trombone and Pianoon September 22, 2010 at 6:30PM. The performance will take place at Howard University, Childers Hall Room #3001. In addition, Paul will give a short lecture on Hindemith and some of the theory/compositional techniques he developed.
In July, trumpeter Chris Gekker subbed for Phil Smith, 1st trumpet of the New York Philharmonic, in both orchestral performances and recital concerts by the Philharmonic brass section. In August, Naxos released Nantucket Dreaming music by Carson Cooman and Chris performed on two tracks, Nobadeer Dreaming for solo flugelhorn, and Lyric Trio for trumpet/cello/piano, both recorded in Boston in the spring of 2009.
WSB trumpeter, arranger, and manager Phil Snedecor conducted the Respighi Ancient Airs & Dances at the Breckenridge Music Festival in Colorado with their brass section and then spent the rest of the time bike riding and 'stuff'.