About Music At Asbury
April 29, 2018 Event
“Collective Brass is well on its way to becoming a reputable ensemble in the brass world.” -- Last Row Music, May, 2018
About Collective Brass
Founded in 2016, Collective Brass is a Hudson Valley-based brass quintet that performs a broad range of exciting and virtuosic music. Members of the quintet have trained at the most prestigious music schools and conservatories in the country and now hold positions in many of the country’s finest performing ensembles, including the West Point Concert Band. In addition to performing traditional and contemporary brass chamber music, Collective Brass continues to create original arrangements and editions of early music for brass –much of which was recently recorded on the acclaimed album, In Thy Sweet Name.
Members of the ensemble are: Bill Owens, trumpet; Carl Stanley, trumpet; Drew Magnus, French horn; Alaina Alster, trombone; Keith Kile, tuba.
Anthony Dilorenzo – Go
J.S. Bach – Fantasia
Steven Sacco – Quintet for Brass
Samuel Ward – “America the Beautiful”
Claudio Monteverdi - Four Madrigals
J.S. Bach - Little Fugue
Leonard Bernstein - Selections from West Side Story
Irving Berlin – “God Bless America”
Music at Asbury is supported, in part, by an Arts Alive Project Grant, made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature, and administered by ArtsWestchester.