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Celebration Brass Quintet of Minnesota
The Celebration Brass Quintet was founded in 2001 by members of the Minnetonka Symphony Orchestra and began its career as artists-in-residence at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Hopkins. Drawing from a library of more than 400 arrangements, the quintet has developed a wide repertoire in a variety of musical genres, including jazz, Dixieland, ragtime, classical, show tunes, and "golden oldies." The Celebration Brass has played at numerous venues across the Twin Cities area, including Music Association of Minnetonka concerts, weddings, churches, arts centers, retail stores and senior residences.
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Grand Ave Ruckus Brass Band
Grand Ave Ruckus is a New Orleans brass band based in the Midwest. Specializing in R&B covers, trad. jazz, funk, and pop covers, they bring a lively show to any event!
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Air National Guard Band of the Northeast
Perform in the Air National Guard Band of the Northeast. Rehearse one weekend a month and tour the Middle Atlantic and Northeast states for two weeks during the summer. Immediate openings for tuba and euphonium. Audition date 06OTC17. If you are interested, please contact us with your resume and a recording of your playing.
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Yid Vicious Klezmer Ensemble
Yid Vicious has been engaging and delighting audiences throughout the Midwest since 1995. The group has released five CDs and has received numerous Madison Area Music Awards for its unique blend of traditional and contemporary klezmer. In 2009, Yid Vicious became the first performing arts ensemble in Wisconsin to receive a USArtists International grant, to perform at Argentina’s KlezFiesta, an international klezmer festival spanning three cities and including bands from ten countries. In 2006, Yid Vicious toured Chiba Prefecture, Japan as part of the Wisconsin-Chiba Sister State Goodwill Delegation. Yid Vicious is committed to keeping traditional klezmer music and dance alive, and collaborates frequently with internationally renowned klezmer dance instructor Steve Weintraub. The group has participated in the New York-based “KlezKamp: The Yiddish Folk Arts Program”, and was a featured performer at the “KlezKamp Roadshow” directed by Yiddish scholar Henry Sapoznik at the University of Wisconsin in April 2009. Yid Vicious has presented concerts, workshops, and clinics at performing arts centers, cultural festivals, universities, and K-12 schools in Wisconsin, Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, Illinois, and Michigan, and has performed to statewide audiences on Wisconsin Public Radio and Wisconsin Public Television. "A kick-ass klezmer band." - Ari Davidow, The Klezmer Shack
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International Low Brass Trio
Challenging perceptions, dissolving stereotypes, and generally rocking your world, ILBTrio leaves classical arrangements behind and immerses audiences in new music inspired by the resonance and versatility of brass instruments. Jeff Dittmer (horn, from London, Canada), Gabe Cruz (trombone, from Alameda, California), and Jess Rodda (tuba, from Mildura, Australia) formed ILBTrio in 2012 with the intention of focusing on 20th- and 21st-century music for brass. This focus on new music has lead them to collaborate with numerous composers; to date they’ve performed a US premiere, 2 West Coast premieres, and 13 world premieres. In 2013 they launched a successful Indiegogo campaign to fundraise toward an international tour to Canada & Detroit, recording and publishing their first EP, and attending the 2014 Chamber Music America conference in New York. Their upcoming EP – The First Six, due to release on August 24th, 2014 – features original works written for ILBTrio by Nick Benavides, Danny Clay, Matthew Joseph Payne, Drew Phillips, Justin Rito, and Lillian Yee, as well as the piece that inspired the formation of ILBTrio: John Stevens’ Triangles. They’re currently working with 11 more young composers and will premiere these new works during their ‘14-15 season.
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4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra
Atlanta's Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra is the premiere Afro-Klezmer Orchestra performing in the Southeastern U.S..Founded in 2008 our Ten piece ensemble (trumpet,t-bone,Tuba, saxophones, drums and conga) plays a style of music combining klezmer,jazz,rock,funk,afro-beat and many other styles.We have toured the southeast and performed for several colleges and Universities as well as prominent festivals and nightclubs,
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Celebration Brass Quintet of Minnesota
The Celebration Brass Quintet was founded in 2001 by members of the Minnetonka Symphony Orchestra and began its career as artists-in-residence at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Hopkins. Drawing from a library of over 300 arrangements, the quintet has developed a wide repertoire in a variety of musical genres, including jazz, Dixieland, ragtime, classical, show tunes, and "golden oldies." The Celebration Brass has played at numerous venues across the Twin Cities area, including Music Association of Minnetonka concerts, weddings, churches, arts centers, retail stores and senior residences.
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Il Brasso
Brass-rock ensemble from Campbeltown, Scotland, initially set up to encourage young people to learn to play low-brass. Now regularly appearing at national music festivals in Scotland and beyond.
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