The groups March 2 performance will be their most diverse and interesting yet, featuring a potpourri of arrangers and conductors from within the ensemble. The concert will open with the stirring and iconic Fanfare for a Common Man by Aaron Copeland. Also included on the program will be Pavane for a Dead Princess (Ravel) and Pictures at an Exhibition (Mussorgsky), arranged and conducted by BBC trombonist Mark Turcotte; James Taylor’s Shed a Little Light and Exit Music (for a film) by Radiohead, arranged and conducted by BBC trumpet player Will Choe; Robert Russell Bennett’s Suite of Old American Dances, arranged by BBC friend Jerry Lawson; and more.
As always, admission to the ensembles’ performances is free of charge, but donations are always gratefully accepted, with all proceeds going to support future programming and advocacy in the community.
Bombyx Brass 2022-2023 Roster:
Margaret E. Reidy, Music Director Bombyx Brass Collective
Trumpet: Monte Becker, Carol Bobbin, Clayton Brester, Paul Brozek
Will Choe, David Edwards, Josh Thomson
French Horn: Ira Brezinsky, Shelly Brezinsky, Lucy Colwell, Richard Cuoco, Jody Kinner, Margaret Reidy
Trombone: Danielle Bowen, Chuck Emery, Joe Sabol, Corrina Smith, Stephen Tilley, Mark Turcotte
Euphonium: David Bussell, Christopher Kempf
Tuba: Mark Hoover, Stew King, Kathy Marcinek, Brian Williams, Jay Witbeck
Percussion: Dave Choquette, Dustin Patrick, Lucas Reed, Dave Tallarida