Saugerties Pro Musica
2013 / 2014 Concert Season
September 22nd, 2013
Getting up with Bach, having lunch with Rossini, spending the evening with John Williams…
With their current program one day of music, the musicians of HARMONIC BRASS have composed the probably most creative concert programme they have ever presented to their audience.
One day – HARMONIC BRASS examines a 24 hour’s day for all possible and impossible music styles. The handpicked titles are “unheard of” in the true sense of the word!
Ludicrous, surprising and amusing pieces alternate with timeless classics and personal favorite pieces of the musicians. Unimagined power is set free on stage. Never before have there been used such a variety of instruments as in one day of music, never before the audience has been given more treats for ears and eyes. You will marvel and laugh when HARMONIC BRASS hits the pedal to the metal in their new program.
Outstanding as the main classical work, there is J.S. Bach’s monumental toccata and fugue in d-minor, brought into quintet format by music magician Hans Zellner in his usual brilliant way. You will also listen to Rossini’s William Tell overture, to own compositions byHARMONIC BRASS and to many, many other pieces…
At the beginning of the concert, the audience enters a time tunnel, out of which they are happily catapulted two hours later. Anything may happen during this concert, except for one thing: you certainly won’t get bored a minute when the five Munich sound artists distil two hours of music out of a 24 hour’s day and present this sound essence in their incomparable, charming way.
This has meanwhile got about worldwide: Carnegie Hall New York, Frauenkirche Dresden, Arts Center Seoul, Endler Hall Kapstadt: everywhere in the world, people are looking forward to listening to HARMONIC BRASS and to enjoying great, elegant brass sound.
one day of music – you definitely won’t forget this day!
All concerts are on Sunday at 3 PM
at the Saugerties United Methodist Church
on the corner of Washington Avenue & Post Street
Ouverture Georg Friedrich Händel (1685-1759) from “Music for the Royal Fireworks”
Fuge in g minor (BWV 578) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
Flower Duett Léo Delibes (1836-1891) from the Opera “Lakme”
Bolero Maurice Ravel (1875-1937)
Nessun Dorma Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) from the Opera “Turandot”
Carmen Georges Bizet (1838-1875)
West Side Story Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990)
Libertango Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
Tico Tico Zequinha de Abreu (1880-1935) Arr.: John Iveson
Hans Zellner, trumpet
Studied with Prof. Paul Lachenmaier, Rolf Quinque and Wolfgang Guggenberger at the Richard-Strauss-Conservatory Munich as well as at the "Hochschule für Musik und Theater" Munich. Since 1997 Trumpeter with Harmonic Brass Munich.
Gergely Lukács, trumpet
Studied with Prof. Károly Neumayer, Prof. István Palotai and Prof. Zoltán Szücs at the Franz Liszt Music Academy as well as with Prof. Reinhold Friedrich at the Musikhochschule Karlsruhe. Since 2008 Trumpeter with Harmonic Brass Munich.
Andreas Binder, french horn
Studied with Prof. Siegfried Hammer and Prof.Wolfgang Gaag at the "Hochschule für Musik und Theater" in Munich.Since 1992 Hornist with Harmonic Brass Munich.
Thomas Lux, trombone
Studied with Prof. Paul Schreckenberger at the "Staatl. Hochschule für Musik & Darstellende Kunst" in Mannheim. Since 2004 Trombonist with Harmonic Brass Munich.
Manfred Häberlein, tuba
Studied at the Meistersinger-Conservatory in Nuremberg and with Tom Walsh at the Richard-Strauss-Conservatory in Munich. Since 1991 Tubist with Harmonic Brass Munich.
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