Artistry in Action: Faculty Brass Quintet
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Boston Conservatory Brass Quintet members Joseph Foley, Richard Kelley, Anne Howarth, Angel Subero, and Kenneth Amis perform a captivating evening of chamber music.
This event is part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Artistry in Action series.
WILLIAM BYRD: Early of Oxford’s March
SAMUEL SCHEIDT: “Allegro” from Centone V
J.S. BACH: Contrapunctus I
J.S. BACH: Contrapunctus IX
LUDWIG MAURER: Three Pieces
JOHANNES BRAHMS: Es ist ein Ros' entspurungen
VICTOR EWALD: Quintet No. 1, op. 5
ANDRÉ LAFOSSE: Suite Impromptu
REENA ESMAIL: Tuttarana
About the Artists
Joseph Foley, trumpet, is principal trumpet of the Rhode Island Philharmonic, the Portland Symphony Orchestra, and the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra of Houston, Texas. He has performed and toured with such prestigious ensembles as the Boston Symphony, the Boston Pops, the Metropolitan Opera, the Royal Ballet of London, and the New York Philharmonic. Learn more about Foley.
Richard Kelley, trumpet, performs regularly with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, Boston Philharmonic, and Boston Classical Orchestra. Learn more about Kelley.
Anne Howarth, horn, is a founding member and outreach director of the mixed-instrumentation chamber group Radius Ensemble, a senior member of the wind quintet Vento Chiaro, and a core member of Juventas New Music Ensemble. Learn more about Howarth.
Angel Subero, trombone, has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, Boston Ballet, Pittsburgh Symphony, American Composers Orchestra, the Venezuela Symphony, Simon Bolivar Symphony, and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, to name a few. Learn more about Subero.
Kenneth Amis, tuba, serves as principal tuba player for Empire Brass and the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra and is a performing artist for Besson instruments, and has enjoyed performances as a soloist with the English Chamber Orchestra and as a member of the Tanglewood Festival and New World Symphony orchestras. Learn more about Amis.
Joseph Foley, Richard Kelley, trumpet
Anne Howarth, horn
Angel Subero, trombone
Kenneth Amis, tuba
Concert Services Staff
Senior Manager of Concert Services – Luis Herrera
Concert Production Coordinator – Matthew Carey
Concert Production Manager – Kendall Floyd
Senior Manager of Performance Technology – Wes Fowler
Performance Technology Technicians – Sara Pagiaro, Goran Daskalov
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