17th October 2005
BRASS ENSEMBLE TO KICK OFF CONCERT SERIES
If you think you know what a brass band sounds like, be prepared to revise your opinion.
Fine Arts Brass, the
Their concert on Sunday 23rd October will feature a mix of classical and jazz, from Rossini’s well known ‘William Tell’ Overture to ‘An A - Z of Jazz’.
The programme will also include Warlock’s Capriol Suite, ‘Hawk in Winter Light’, a new work written for Fine Arts Brass by John McCabe, and Mussorgsky’s Suite from ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’.
Fine Arts Brass claim to be the longest-lived, the most innovative, the most widely travelled and the most highly acclaimed British brass ensemble.
Fine Arts Brass are also renowned for their education work with young
people. This concert forms the culmination of a project with young brass
players and their teachers which the
A pre-concert talk will be given at 3.30pm on Sunday and the concert itself will begin at 4.15pm.
Tickets costing £10 (£9 concessions, £5 students and under 16s) are
available from the Lincoln Drill Hall box office (
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