Brass over bridges // residency
28/78 + Brass Over Bridges
Sunday, November 10th, 2019 // 7:30pm
DeRosa University Center Ballroom
nexus noun | nex·us | \ ˈnek-səs
1. Connection, link.
2. A connected group or series.
3. Center, focus.
Our first concert of the season, "NEXUS," features Brass Over Bridges, a brass quintet hailing from San Fransisco. Inspired by the Bay Area's artistic community, Brass Over Bridges pulls from an array of different artistic styles and disciplines. In addition to their concerts, they're also heading community engagement projects to engage and inspire young musicians in their community. The quintet will present several contemporary works, including a world premiere by Pacific composition student Robert Huntington.
Following the performance from Brass Over Bridges, members of the 28/78 New Music Ensemble will present an array of pieces set for small ensembles.
PROGRAM (subject to change)
Joan Tower, Copperwave for Brass Quintet (2006)
Witold Lutoslawki, Mini-Overture (1982)
Anthony Plog, Four Sketches (1989)
Robert Huntington, The Theogony—Birth of the Gods (2019) [world premiere]
Rhiannon Giddens, At the Purchaser’s Option with variations (2016)*
Jlin, Little Black Book (2018)*
Andrew Norman, Music in Circles (2012)
Timo Andres, Some Connecticut Gospel (2008)
* These pieces were commissioned for Fifty for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire, a project of the Kronos Performing Arts Association. The score and parts are available for free online. kronosquartet.org.
Brass Over Bridges
Sunday, November 10th, 2019 // 2:00-3:00pm
Buck Hall 113
"Brass Over Bridges is an ensemble that understands that music is all about connection."
Members of the San Francisco-based Brass Over Bridges will present to Pacific students on what it takes to make a career as a professional musician and entrepreneur in the 21st century.
All are welcome!
Brass Over Bridges + Pacific students
Sunday, November 10th, 2019 // 5:00-6:00pm
Choral Rehearsal Hall
Join the 209 Brass Quintet and other student chamber ensembles as they are coached by members of Brass Over Bridges. Pacific students will work with the artists-in-residence to enhance ensemble playing skills and fine tune selected works, including Robert Huntington's new work, The Theogony—Birth of the Gods, which will be premiered by Brass Over Bridges later that night at our fall concert, "NEXUS." There are sure to be some ‘ah-ha’ moments along the way, so don't miss this opportunity to hear from some of the brightest young artists in the Bay Area!