/ A series of concerts Brandt Brass Ensemble "Brass Evenings at the Volga ", Saratov 2009-2010
A series of concerts Brandt Brass Ensemble "Brass Evenings at the Volga ", Saratov 2009-2010
Brandt Brass Ensemble Concert in conjunction with the Department of the Saratov Conservatory, and the Regional House of Art workers, held a series of concerts combined in cycle "Brass Evenings at the
Along with the Brandt Brass Ensemble in a concert attended by winners of All-Russian competition trombones Quartet of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and Honoured Artist of Russia Lyudmila Kamelina (Organ, Samara).
Concerts of chamber orientation in the Great Hall of the "Provincial House of Art Workers", held in a comfortable private setting. Comfortable seats at the tables,light wine and beautiful music performed by excellent musicians.
Concert "Trombon`s stories"presented by All-Russian competition laureate trombones Quartet of the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory and concert "... And Brass Trumpets" winners of international competitions
Trumpet Quartet Brandt Brass Ensemble.
Programme of concerts include music of various styles, trends and eras, that is, from baroque to jazz-rock.
During the concert the audience closely acquainted with the Instruments and their history, and performance on them, because the concerts were built in the spirit of creative meetings.
The programs of concerts held in the Great Hall of the Conservatory,
In one of the concerts held in the Great Hall of the Conservatory, was presented to a joint project Brandt Brass Ensemble and soloist Samara State Philharmonic Honored Artist of Russia Lyudmila Kamelina (Organ).
In the first part of the concert the audience acquainted with the works of composers of the European Renaissance and Baroque: Speer, Purcell, Handel, Bach. The works were presented in different combinations of instruments, which helped evaluate the sound of each instrument in full.
The second part of the concert acquainted with the works of composers XIX-XX centuries: Wagner, Richard Strauss, Karl Orff, Nino Rota, Elgar.