Brass Music Takes Over Brazil this May

Classical Sound, a renowned music organization, will be presenting two captivating concerts in the 2022-23 season, with a program dubbed “Brazilian Brass.” The performances are scheduled for May 27 and May 28, 2023, with the former being on Saturday afternoon at 4:00 PM at the Draylen Mason Music Studio, KMFA FM Radio 41 Navasota Street, Austin, TX 78702. The later a day after, on Sunday afternoon at 4:00 PM in the sanctuary of Round Rock Presbyterian Church, 4010 Sam Bass Road, Round Rock, TX 78681.

With free admission and open to the public, these concerts will feature some of the world’s most exceptional artists. The program will include a Mozart Sonata for violin and piano; “Songs of the Wayfarer” by Gustave Mahler, arranged for bass trombone and piano; Preludes of Dimitri Shostakovich arranged for bass trombone and cello; Valsa De Esquina by Francisco Mignon for violin and piano, among others. The melodic masterpiece will be concluded by a jazzy quartet by French composer, Pierre Gabaye, performed with trumpet, horn, bass trombone, and piano.

The Brazilian Brass concerts offer a unique opportunity for music lovers to experience the spontaneity and sophistication of classical music with an exceptional mix of compositions presented by the talented featured artists. Bass trombonist, Darrin Milling of the National Symphony Orchestra of Sao Paolo, Brazil, will grace the events while Mariama Alcantara-Brazilian violinist, now a member of the Austin Symphony Orchestra alongside Douglas Harvey-cello, Kyle Koronka-trumpet, Patrick Hughes-horn, all Austin Symphony Orchestra principal players and Toby Blumenthal-Phillips-piano.

Classical Sound has continued to have a considerable impact on the music industry in America through its exceptional programming and performance. The organization aims to bring the finest classical music to a wide audience by providing opportunities for music education and promoting deserved recognition of young talents. The Brazilian Brass concerts are, therefore, an affirmation of this goal, with admission being free to all members of the community.

The generous contributions of the City of Round Rock Cultural Arts Program, under the direction of Scot Wilkinson, Georgetown Festival of the Arts under the direction of Dr. Ellsworth Peterson, Robert Tiemann and Carrie Parker Tiemann and Anonymous is noteworthy. Their support will go a long way in ensuring the successful orchestration of the Brazilian Brass concerts and continuous improvement in the quality of classical music presentations in America.

Join Classical Sound and be swept off your feet with beautiful, adrenaline-soaked Brazilian Brass music. To make a reservation and for more information about the event, visit the website for more details. Admission is limited, so don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

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