Boston Symphony Orchestra brass teachers and their students join forces.

NEC brass students perform with their BSO teachers. Founded by NEC brass and percussion chair Frank Epstein, who is himself recently retired from the BSO, Brass Bash puts the spotlight on current and former Boston Symphony Orchestra members who teach at NEC, along with their students. This year's special guest, soloist, and clinician is Dale Clevenger,  (in photo) former principal horn of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, for 47 years! Clevenger leads a masterclass this afternoon from 2—4 pm in Brown Hall. Prior to the 8 pm concert, there will be a Satelite Performance at 7:45 in the Jordan Hall lobby of Eugene Bozza's Trois Pièces for Trombone Quartet with Brian Casey Jones, William Connell, Eric Tolson, Robert B. Mortenson.

The program:

Richard Strauss: Wiener Philharmonic Fanfare
Brass Rep. Class. Conducted by Norman Bolter

Michael Martin: Announcement Fanfare
Trumpet class conducted by Michael Martin

Eric Ewazen: Fantasia for Seven Trumpets
Trumpet class conducted by Michael Martin

Walter Hartley: Canzona for 8 Trombones
NEC Trombone Choir conducted by Norman Bolter

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 5 “Adagietto” for 8 horns (arr. By John Schreckenos)
Conducted by Dale Clevenger

John Williams: Harry Potter and The Scorcerers Stone II, "Hogwarts Farewell"
Dale Clevenger, Jonathan Menkis, Richard Sebring and Jason Snider

Hector Berlioz: Roman Carnival Overture for 16 horns plus percussion  (arr. Eric Crees)

Franz SchubertSchlachlied
NEC Trombone Choir conducted by Norman Bolter

Norman Bolter: "Acceptance and Hope" from On With the Battle of Life
NEC Trombone Choir conducted by Norman Bolter

Ivan Jevtic: Tuba Mirum
NEC Tuba Class

Richard Strauss: Feierlicher Einzug (Solemn Entry of the Knights of the Orcer of St. John)
Massed Brass conducted by James Sommerville  

Date: March 30, 2014 - 8:00:PM
Price: Free
Location: NEC’s Jordan Hall

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