Mountain Top Music Presents The Blue Hill Brass Quintet

Come and Enjoy…

The Blue Hill Brass Quintet,
Presented by Mountain Top Music Center

Saturday, May 19, 2012, 7:30pm

Salyards Center for the Arts, Conway, NH

Tickets: $12 or Family rate at $25, available online 

or by calling Mountain Top Music at 603-447-4737

Come out this Saturday night and hear a top notch Brass Quintet, presented by Mountain Top Music Center, at Salyards Center for the Arts in Conway village, starting at 7:30pm. The Blue Hill Brass has been delighting audiences of all ages with their unique blend of music and entertainment for over twenty five years. Whether playing a formal concert or wedding, strolling the grounds of a country fair, or ensuring the success of a special party, a Blue Hill Brass performance is guaranteed to make you smile! Over the years the group has performed extensively throughout New England.

Members of the group, some of Maine’s most prominent and active musicians, perform wherever fine music is heard. Group members have played with the foremost musical ensembles in the state including the Portland Symphony Orchestra, the Bangor Symphony

Orchestra, the Al Corey Orchestra, and the Maine Chamber Ensemble. They have also played at the Fryeburg Fair. Playing as both a quartet and a quintet, members of the group

include: Curt Brossmer and Allen Graffam, trumpets; John Wheeler, French horn; Stephen Norris, trombone; and Dr. Paul Greenstone, tuba.

Performances by the Blue Hill Brass feature all kinds of music from the past five centuries, but most importantly, they provide a great time for the entire family. This talented group of versatile musicians and entertainers is sure to make Saturday’s event exciting, memorable and FUN! www.bluehillbrass.com

Mountain Top Music Center, our community music school, presents a diverse array of concerts and programs to delight audiences of all ages; its faculty teaches more than 300 students—from infants to senior citizens—each semester. For more information call 603-447-4737 or visit www.mountaintopmusic.org

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