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Belgian Brass Ensemble [Kyoto Performance]

Belgian Brass Ensemble [Kyoto Performance]


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Emblem of Cuivres of Belgique

Venue: Kyoto Concert Hall Ensemble Hall Murata

Kyoto Concert Hall

Admission fee: All seats reserved General 3,000 yen Students 2,000 yen Elementary school students 500 yen *Members 2,700 yen

*Members: Kyoto Concert Hall, ROHM Theater Kyoto Club (membership fee 1,000 yen) and Kyoto Symphony Friends Association members.

Release date: *Members advance/February 25th, general sale/March 4th
Ticket inquiries and applications: Kyoto Concert Hall 075-711-3231
[Other ticket handling]
ROHM Theater Kyoto 075-746-3201
Lawson ticket 0570-084-005 [L code: 52156]

Organizer: Pro Arte Musice

Co-sponsored by: Kyoto Concert Hall (Kyoto City Music Arts and Culture Promotion Foundation), Kyoto City

Sponsor: Buffet Crampon Japan Co., Ltd.

Supported by: Murata Machinery Co., Ltd./Japan Trumpet Association/Japan Trombone Association/Japan Horn Association/Japan Euphonium and Tuba Association



[Program: Traveling Brass]
Giovanni Gabrieri: Canzon of the first mode
Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov: The King's Departure to the Battlefield and Farewell from "The Tale of Tsar Saltan"
Gioacchino Rossini: I'm a jack of all trades in town
Georges Bizet: Carmen Suite
Stephen Fellherst Arr.: Piazzolla Medley
Rafael Marcaso: Traveling Brass
Leonard Bernstein: A Simple Song
Harry James: Concerto for Trumpets
Jaime Texidor: Amparito Roca
Battle of Jericho
Chris Hazel: Three Cats

*Program and performers are subject to change. Please note.


Belgian Brass Ensemble Profile

Belgian Brass Ensemble Ensemble de Cuivres de Belgique
A Belgian brass ensemble consisting of 11 talented musicians: 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, 2 horns, and 1 tuba. Graduated from one of Belgium's leading conservatories, the elite who are active in famous orchestras gather to share their passion for music. With a strong bond and passion, they are always working on fresh and highly artistic projects, working hard to spread brass instruments and their own music.
The Belgian Brass Ensemble concerts offer an ever-changing range of ensembles, from brass quintets and trobon quartets to large brass ensembles. It is a concert where you can enjoy rich nuances, a wide range of tones, and highly sensitive musicality.
Boasting an extremely wide repertoire, from Bach to Shostakovich, Piazzolla and film scores, he satisfies the tastes and musical curiosities of all audiences.

1. Michael Tambour (Belgian Air Force Military Band Soloist)
2. Juan Escribano (Liege Philharmonic Orchestra soloist)
3.Sébastien Lemaire (Liege Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
4. Thierry Deon (Belgian Air Force Band)
5. Pascal Moreau (Belgian Air Force Military Band Soloist)
6. Jonathan Dumoulin (Belgian Air Force Band)
7. Jan Demesenner (Belgian Air Force Band)
8. Gerard Evrard (Liege Royal Philharmonic Orchestra soloist)
9. Alexander Mainz (Orchestra of the Royal Walloon Opera House)
10. Robin Lanchard (Belgian Navy Military Band)
11. Alexandre Brivois (bass trombonist, Royal Symphonic Wind Orchestra of Guide, Belgium)