The brass quintet recently celebrated its 35th season and what better way to join in on the celebration than by getting
your own Canadian Brass tickets! The brass company has a long history of performing
classical music, beginning with its root in Toronto in 1970 to more than 60 recordings with works that include Purcell,
Vivaldi, Gabrieli, Pachelbel, Beethoven and Wagner. Check them out when they perform at the Palace Theatre – The Playhouse
Square Center in Ohio this year!
With humble backgrounds, the brass quintet quickly became a classic concert ensemble that was constantly touring the US,
Canada, Europe and Japan. Gaining a large international audience not long after they began performing in Ontario, they modified
some famous pieces to work with what they had, earning them constant critical and commercial praise for their unique sound
and style. Combining classical work with jazz, contemporary and popular songs, they always perform enthusiastically.
Canadian Brass has been together for over thirty years, so it comes as no surprise that the groups sound has developed
with the years. Currently on tuba is Chuck Baellenbach, one of the founding members, as well as Gene Watts on trombone,
the original creator of Canadian Brass. Along with several other trumpeters that have interchanged over the years, Canadian
Brass tickets are something you won’t want to miss out on if you’ve ever played a brass instrument or just
love the rhythmic sounds of classical, contemporary or jazz music.