Chicago Symphony Brass

One of the most famous brass sections in the world to perform in Redlands

December 8, 2011—The internationally renowned brass section of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO) will perform at the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel on Feb. 18, 2012. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s brass section is known for its brilliance, mighty sound, and spectacular power, contributing to the Orchestra’s legendary and distinctive “Chicago Sound.”

The concert program will include works from Mozart, Strauss, and Bach among others. This performance also marks a special homecoming for University of Redlands alum and CSO tubaist, Gene Pokorny.

WHAT: Chicago Symphony Brass in Concert

The program will include original and adapted works for brass ensemble including highlights from "Die Zauberflöte" by Mozart, "Canzon Septimi Toni II" by Giovanni Gabrieli, "Concerto in D" after Vivaldi by J.S.Bach, "Gegensätze" by Paul Terracini, "Greensleeves" by Elgar Howarth and the "Final Trio" and "Waltz Suite" from Die Rosenkavalier by Richard Strauss.
WHEN: 1 Saturday, February 18, 2012 at 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: Memorial Chapel, University of Redlands
1200 East Colton Avenue, Redlands, CA

Tickets for the event are available online or at the Campus Events Office
$25 for adults
$20 for seniors
$15 for students

For more information, please visit the website or contact the School of Music at 909-748- 8700 or 909-748-8014.

Media contact: 909-748-8070,

Casavant Pipe Organ

The 83-year-old instrument was fully restored in 2003 and features 4,266 pipes.

Read More »