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Jens Lindemann and the UCLA BRASS ensemble in concert

Jens Lindemann and the UCLA BRASS ensemble in concertInternationally renowned trumpet soloist Jens Lindemann, one of the world's great virtuosos, brings with him, as professor and director, the prestigious UCLA BRASS ensemble.

PROGRAM:

UCLA Brass Quintets
Escape   Kevin McKee
Quintet in E flat (1st mvt Moderato)
Victor Ewald
Quintet in E flat (3rd mvt Allegro)
Victor Ewald
Maria   Leonard Bernstein
Santander Overture   Austin Ali
White Rose Elegy   Caleb Hudson
Penny Lane   Lennon/McCartney
Vuelta del Fuego   Kevin McKee

INTERMISSION

Allegro for Five Trumpets   Ronald LoPresti
Adagio for Trumpet and Organ   Remo Giazotto

UCLA Brass Ensemble
Fanfare and Flourishes   James Curnow
Don’t Doubt Him Now   Traditional Hymn
Hymn for Diana   Joseph Turrin
Great Gate of Kiev Modest   Mussorgksy

The storied history of brass bands goes back to the turn of the last century where brass groups were the ‘rock stars’ of the day because they could travel from town to town and play outdoor concerts andreach large numbers of people due to the natural projection qualities inherent to the instruments.

Having performed in the Canadian Brass
for 6 years, Jens Lindemann toured the world playing chamber music with a performance credo that sought to make concerts accessible to all audiences and it is that same philosophy which
is sharedby the UCLA students in this ensemble.

Professor of trumpet studies at the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music, Jens was named to the Order of Canada for his skill as a world-renowned trumpet soloist. Lindemann, a native of Edmonton, Canada, is the first classical trumpet player to receive this honor, which is the highest award given by the government of Canada to citizens deemed outstanding in their fields.

Jens Lindemann, Grammy Nominated Trumpet Player, Former Member of the Canadian Brass, UCLA Professor and "International Brass Personality of the Year" (Brass Herald)

"In my experience as a performer, success lies in the exchange of energy between artist, audience, and music. Transcending the boundaries of style, language and culture is, for me, the ultimate challenge in musical communication."

Presenter / Producer: Great Music at Ascension

Listed Categories
Music > Classical
Music > Chamber Music


Event Phone: 805-495-0406

Venue
Ascension Lutheran Church
1600 E Hillcrest Dr.
Thousand Oaks CA 91362

Regions:
LA - San Fernando Valley
Ventura, Santa Barbara & San Luis Obispo


Performance Dates: 11/13/2022
Sunday, 11/13/2022

Performance Times
Concert begins at 4:00 pm, Sunday
Doors open at 3:30 pm



Ticket Information( FREE EVENT! ):
Your generous freewill offering at intermission will help us continue to offer and expand our free concert series.
(Please make checks out to Ascension Lutheran Church with a memo to GMA)

Our "free" concert series is based on the premise that great music should remain affordable for all.

Reception follows in Founders’ Hall

Websites:
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Social Media or other Links:
http:/tinyurl.com/GreatMusicAscension


 

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