Brass Roots Trio – “Reflections of Peace”
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR NOVEMBER 7!
The Brass Roots Trio will be performing “Reflections of Peace” at All Hallows Church.
“If you can imagine Garrison Keillor meeting Aaron Copland on Bourbon Street, you begin to get a sense of “Reflections of Peace,” performed by Brass Roots Trio. The program includes readings and jazz arrangements of spirituals (‘Ev’ry Time I Feel the Spirit,’ ’What a Friend We Have in Jesus,’ ‘I’ll Fly Away’) as well as artistic arrangements of familiar hymns (‘Be Thou My Vision,’ ‘In the Garden,’ ‘On Eagles’ Wings).
-Jennifer Shepherd, Living Church Magazine
“This was one of the most powerful musical experiences to take place in our church – full of hope, and a deep and profound longing for peace” The enthusiasm of the audience spoke volumes…”
-Canon Donald C Macdonald, St. Osmund’s Church, Derby, UK
Three world-class musicians redefine the chamber music genre with the fusion of classical, jazz, Americana and Latin styles. With trumpet, French horn and piano, plus the bonus of a brilliant operatic tenor, BRASS ROOTS TRIO wraps the audience in exquisite sounds. They have dazzled audiences and critics alike with their breathtaking virtuosity, artistic passion and adventurous programming.
Since 2004, BRASS ROOTS TRIO has performed in every corner of the US, UK and in Canada with performances at Oxford University, St. James Piccadilly in London, the Chicago Brass Festival, and on Community Concert Series, Chamber Music Series and NPR. In 2009 the trio was honored to perform at the White House.