- Dates: November 10, 2019
- Start Time: 2:00 PM
- End Time: 4:00 PM
- Times: From: 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
- Admission: $25-$40
- Location: Nazareth College Arts Center
- Address: 4245 East Ave. Rochester, NY 14618
- Phone: 585-389-2170
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web Site: https://www2.naz.edu/events/4177/axiom-brass/
Award-winning brass quintet Axiom Brass performs Limitless, an out-of-this-world experience for audiences of all ages!
This multimedia concert takes the audience on a spectacular journey through space, exploring the connections between the vastness of the universe and our significance in today’s world. It features visuals created by astronomer Kyle Kremer, original soundtrack by Mathew Fuerst and James Stephenson, and compositions by J. S. Bach, Anthony Plog, and Anthony DiLorenzo.
About Axiom Brass
Based in Chicago, Axiom Brass’ performances have captured the hearts and imaginations of their audiences, leading the ensemble to national radio and television appearances as well as concerts in Asia, Europe, and across the U.S. Internationally recognized for their groundbreaking programming, their repertoire ranges from jazz and Latin music to string quartet transcriptions, as well as original compositions for brass quintet.
As the only Brass Quintet in 27 years to win the prestigious Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition (2012), and the only American ensemble to ever win the Preis der Europa-Stadt Passau in Germany (2012), Axiom has also been named winners of the 2008 International Chamber Brass Competition and prize-winners of the 2016 M-Prize, 2010 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, the Plowman Chamber Music Competition, and the Jeju City International Brass Quintet Competition in South Korea.
“Chamber music and brass fans would do themselves a great service by keeping an eye out for this standout group of musicians”- San Francisco Classical Voice
“These musicians not only showed a capacity to engage their audience musically, they also weren’t afraid to engage it on a personal level in discussing the program. Their banter between works revealed a quirky, almost sarcastic demeanor.”- San Francisco Classical Voice