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FRIDAY, May 14, 2021 at 7:30pm


The Auditorium at Living Hope Church

 

The concert is 70 minutes with no intermission. 

 

 TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

 

DOORS OPEN AT 7pm

 

NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR



IN-PERSON
$30

 

Seating is:

  • Limited Capacity
  • Socially Distanced
  • General Admission

 

Masks will be required at all times while on church property and for the duration of the performance.

 

Temperatures will be taken upon entry.

 

In-person attendees will receive a private link to a recording of the concert after May 24, that will be available to view until June 17.
 

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VIRTUAL
$15

 

This is a ticket for an online performance of this concert.

 

You will receive a private link to a live broadcast of this concert before the May 14, 7:30pm concert date.

 

You will also receive a private link to a recording of the concert after May 24 that will be available to view until June 17.

 



 




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Trumpet: Michael Brozick, Principal

Trumpet II: William Camp

Horn: John Schreckengost, Principal 

Trombone: Darren Castellanos 

Tuba: Kevin Harrison, Principal

 

STRAVINSKY - Prelude to The Rake's Progress
HANDEL - The Harmonious Blacksmith from Suite No.5 in E Major
EWALD –
Quintet No.1 in B-flat minor, Op.5
WORLD PREMIERE
MORLEY/WEELKES - Burning Hearts: Four English Madrigals
LAFOSSE - Suite Impromptu
PRICE - Three Little Dances
CALVERT - Suite from the Monteregian Hills
HOWARD - Fly Me to the Moon
SHERMAN - A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square
BERNSTEIN - Tonight


 

Travel with the Northwest Indiana Symphony Brass Quintet. Stravinsky's sizzling Prelude to The Rake's Progress and Tonight from Bernstein's West Side Story bookend this program featuring three major works from the brass quintet repertoire by the Russian composer Victor Ewald, the French composer Andre Lafosse, and the Canadian composer Morley Calvert. Also included are the virtuoso arrangement of Handel's The Harmonious Blacksmith, the charming Three Little Dances by Florence Price, the World Premiere performance of Burning Hearts: Four English Madrigals arranged by our own John Schreckengost, and two American jazz standards by Bart Howard and Manning Sherman, Fly Me to the Moon & A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square.