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American Brass Quintet Will Perform at Chandler Recital Hall on Feb. 17

The American Brass Quintet, hailed as "the high priests of brass" by Newsweek, will perform at Chandler Recital Hall as part of the Diehn Concert Series at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 17.

Tickets can be purchased at oduartstix.com or at the Arts & Letters box office.

Internationally recognized as one of the premier chamber music ensembles, the Quintet will perform "Three Madrigals;" "Chansons;" "The Glow that Illuminates, the Glare that Obscures;" "Luminosity;" "Fantasia e Rondó;" and "Colchester Fantasy."

As 2013 recipient of Chamber Music America's highest honor, the Richard J. Bogomolny National Service Award for significant and lasting contributions to the field, American Brass Quintet's history includes performances in Asia, Australia, Central and South America, Europe, the Middle East and all 50 U.S. states; a discography of nearly 60 recordings; and the premieres of over 150 contemporary brass works.

Its members are Kevin Cobb, trumpet; Louis Hanzlik, trumpet; Eric Reed, horn; Michael Powell, trombone; and John D. Rojak, bass trombone.

Free parking is available in Garage E, 49th Street and Bluestone Avenue, or in the circular lot between the F. Ludwig Diehn Center for the Performing Arts.

The group will also conduct a free master class at 12:30 p.m. Feb. 18.

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