The Seraph Brass will appear at the Ed Stafford Theatre on the Otero Junior College Campus 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 25.
The Seraph Brass will appear at the Ed Stafford Theatre on the Otero Junior College Campus 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 25. Their performance is part of the current Arkansas Valley Community Concert Series. As is the custom, this concert is free to current ticket holders and also those who buy a season ticket for next year. At the door, non–season ticket holders pay $20 for adults or $10 for students.
Seraph Brass is a radiant, charismatic ensemble comprised of America’s top female brass players. As graduates of the nation’s top music conservatories, members of the Seraph Brass have won international acclaim, performing in many of the world’s most prominent concert halls and prestigious competitions.
The five women of Seraph Brass represent a new generation of brass players who are committed to challenging audiences with engaging and exciting programming including well-known classics, original transcriptions and newly commissioned works.
The quintet recognizes the importance of connecting intimately with audiences as well as building community awareness and leadership through performance, teaching and mentorship.
Members of the group have been on staff at Virginia Commonwealth University, St. Olaf College, the University of Dayton and Kye Ayung University School of Music in South Korea.
Seraph Brass members, as soloists, can be heard worldwide, performing in countries including New Zealand, South Korea, China, Mexico, Greece, the Netherlands and Croatia. The combined solo, orchestral and chamber experience of its members brings to audiences a versatility of sound and style, unique to brass ensembles.
For further information, contact Kathy Parker, 384-8017, or Judy Hensley, 384-2092. You may buy your season ticket for 2017-2018 at the door.