The Chicago quintet Alliance Brass will perform at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 9, at Cup O Joy auditorium, 525 N. Taylor St., Green Bay.
The concert is the second of the spring for the Green Bay community concert association Brown County Civic Music. Tickets, already distributed to series subscribers, will also be available at the door on concert night.
Alliance Brass consists of Kelly Longenberg, horn; Amy Nelson, trumpet; Jim Longenberg, tuba; Chris O’Hara, trumpet; and Steven Duncan; trombone. Acclaimed as “the perfect blend of virtuosity and vitality” (Chicago Brass Festival), the Alliance Brass has emerged as one of the country’s most exciting ensembles. Dazzling audiences with a repertoire ranging from the early Renaissance to jazz and beyond, the ensemble has performed all over the world from Canada and Mexico to the UK and Japan, and has shared the stage with major orchestras including the Boston, Chicago and Cleveland symphonies. Members have served on faculty at some of the top music institutions including the Boston University Tanglewood Institute, DePaul University, Midwest Young Artists, the International Festival and Institute at Round Top.
Doors open one hour early, at 6:30 p.m. With general admission seating, patrons are encouraged to use mezzanine seating, if able, to free up floor-level seats (approx. 125) for those with mobility issues. Early arrivals may order from the Cup’s coffee bar/snack station with flavored coffees, sodas, candy, tea, hot snacks and more, and visit with friends in the café lounge area
Ticket prices at the door are Adults $25, Students $10. Purchasers will also have the option to buy a pro-rated and discounted spring series for $35 ($17 students) for concerts including that night’s Alliance Brass; Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra with pianist Alessio Bax, May 15 at the Weidner. New subscribers will additionally receive tickets to two “make-up concerts” for subscribers to the pandemic-interrupted 2020 Civic Music lineup: Maxwell Street Klezmer Band, June 26 at the Historic Riverside Ballroom; and Washington Saxophone Quartet, Nov. 29 at Cup O Joy.