Academy Brass Quintet to perform at First UM Church May 19
The Academy Brass Quintet will perform Sunday, May 19, at 3 p.m., at First United Methodist Church (FUM) winding up FUM’s 2012-13 concert series. Musical selections include “First Suite in E Flat” by Gustav Holst, “Spring–A New Beginning” by David Marlatt, “American Patrol” by Glen Miller, “The Easy Winners” by Scott Joplin, “Amazing Grace” and an Armed Forces Salute.
The ABQ is a professional brass quintet comprised of musicians from the greater Toledo area. For nearly twenty years ABQ has been performing Baroque, Classical, Jazz, Pop, Big Band and 20th Century music at a variety of venues. An audience favorite, this is the third time ABQ has appeared as part of the outreach music program at FUM.
The concert is free and open to the public. It will be held in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church, 200 West Second Street, Perrysburg. The music series is funded in part by the Perse Memorial Fund.
Pictured are members of the Academy Brass Quintet, from left: Dave Kosmyna, trumpet; Pete Vavrinek, horn; Jason Jordan, tuba; Bruce Heuring, trombone, and Michael Smith, trumpet.
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