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Jens Lindemann to Perform with Triangle Brass Band


Jens Lindemann


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Raleigh -- ( Sun., Mar. 18, 2012 )

Triangle Brass Band: "Going for Gold - The Beginning of Our Next 25 Years in the Triangle"
Performed by Jens Lindemann, trumpet (replacing Philip Smith), Triangle Youth Brass Band, Triangle Youth Brass Ensemble, & TBB, Tony Granados & Jesse Rackley, directors
$15, students $7.50. -- Meymandi Concert Hall at Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts , 919/238-9108  , http://www.trianglebrass.org/ -- 7:00 PM

March 18, 2012 - Raleigh, NC:


This preview has been provided by Triangle Brass Band.

The Triangle Brass Bands are pleased to announce that internationally-renowned artist Jens Lindemann* will be the featured trumpet/cornet soloist for their Sunday, March 18th concert, “Going for Gold." This concert presentation will be at 7pm in Raleigh’s Meymandi Concert Hall in the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

Music Director, Tony Granados says, “This concert signifies the Triangle Brass Band embarking on the next chapter. Last season we celebrated our 25th year of providing the Triangle area with authentic British-style brass music, and now we’re going for fifty. We can’t wait to celebrate our “golden” anniversary!” Triangle Brass Band, comprised of the finest local volunteer brass and percussion players, will also share the stage with the organization’s two youth bands: Triangle Youth Brass Band and Triangle Youth Brass Ensemble.

Lindemann is former Principal Trumpet with The Canadian Brass and one of the leading trumpet soloists on the concert stage. He will join the Triangle Brass Band for the world premiere performance of a new work by British composer Martin Ellerby, commissioned by the band, and will also perform the solo "Dreaming of the Masters" by Canadian composer Allan Gililand, written for him and which he will perform later this spring at Carnegie Hall.

For tickets and more information, please visit the Triangle Brass Band website at www.trianglebrass.org. Tickets are $15 for adults, $7.50 for students, and free for children two and under. They can be purchased at the door of the concert or through Crown Tickets at www.getcrowntickets.com.

Program

Triangle Youth Brass Ensemble — Jesse Rackley, Conductor

Valerius Variations - Philip Sparke
The Kingdom Triumphant - Eric Ball

Triangle Youth Brass Band  — Tony Granados, Conductor

Overture to Nabucco - Giuseppe Verdi
Introduction to Act III from Lohengrin - Richard Wagner

Triangle Brass Band — Tony Granados, Conductor

Aloft - Jack Stamp — Brian Doyle, Guest Conductor
Cornet Concerto - Martin Ellerby — Jens Lindemann, Cornet
Fantasy on British Sea Songs - Gordon Langford — David Reed, Guest Conductor
Holy Holy Holy - James Curnow  — David Rockefeller, Guest Conductor
Dreaming of the Masters - Allan Gilliland — Jens Lindemann, Trumpet
Prelude on Three Welsh Hymn Tunes - Ralph Vaughan Williams — Brian Doyle, Guest Conductor

**Intermission**

Combined Bands:

Liberty Fanfare - John Williams — Robert Hunter, Guest Conductor
Berceuse and Finale from Firebird - Igor Stravinsky — Tony Granados
Deep Harmony - Handel Parker — David Reed, Guest Conductor
Pines of the Appian Way - Ottorino Respighi — Tony Granados
Amazing Grace - Arr. William Himes — David Rockefeller, Guest Conductor
Seventy Six Trombones - Meredith Wilson — Michael Votta, Guest Conductor

*Jens Lindemann will be the featured trumpet/cornet soloist for their March 18th concert, replacing Philip Smith, who was forced to withdraw due to unavoidable conflicts with his New York Philharmonic schedule.