A thrill ride through the most popular trumpet solos of the past century. Conceived, narrated and performed by trumpet virtuoso Jay Daly, featuring the New Hampshire Jazz Orchestra under the direction of Clayton Poole. The show blows audiences away with spectacular trumpet work, a kicking 20-piece big band, and #1 chart-toppers that span the Jazz Age, Swing Era, and latter-day pop, jazz and blues.
A perfect concert show on the 100th anniversary of George Gershwin's creation of Rhapsody in Blue. Internationally acclaimed pianist George Lopez performs the piece in its entirety accompanied by the New England Brass(tm) in this all-Gershwin spectacular covering the maestro's entire career. To the delight of audiences, an added complement of jazz soloists turns the program's second part into a foot-tapping jam session..
BARBEQUE BRASS PLAYS
The Barbeque Brass brings some of Boston's finest all-round musicians together for an energetic showcase of definitive American popular tunes. Every selection is a well-known favorite - from pop music, Broadway, classic jazz, patriotic selections and the American Songbook. A killer musical potpourri with a light touch that has special appeal for adult audiences.
NEW ENGLAND BRASS
TRIBUTE TO BROADWAY
A remarkable collection of historic Broadway classics performed by remarkable musicians! Includes 30 tunes from iconic shows like the Three Penny Opera, Porgy and Bess, Hello Dolly, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Music Man, and more. Audiences of all ages love this show. A special History of Broadway narrated musical tour caps the performance with 10 all-time showstoppers.
VISITING ARTISTS &
We believe nothing is as powerful as engaging a professional artist to work with a school band. But, artistry is not enough. It must be married with teaching that connects and inspires young players. Directors and band boosters should explore this package that is guaranteed to supercharge motivation, musicianship and parent support. You'll hear audiences and band kids say,"That's the best concert we've ever had."