CINCO Brass Quintet (Guillaume Fortin and Dorival Puccini, trumpets; Anna Mayne, horn; Brian Risinger, trombone; and Jared Bulmer, tuba) joined Rush Hour this Tuesday to perform a diverse selection of repertoire in Brass Outings: Music of Giovanni Gabrieli, André Previn, and George Gershwin.

Jared Bulmer paused the performance after the Gabrieli Canzone per Sonare No. 1 “La Spiritata”, a piece arranged for brass quintet, to discuss the availability of repertoire for his ensemble. The following selection on the program, André Previn’s Four Outings for Brass, was the only piece on the program originally intended for the instruments present in performance. Anna Mayne spoke briefly before Selections From Porgy and Bess (George Gershwin, arr. Jack Gale) to discuss the popularity of the works’ melodies before ending the group’s stunning performance.

Cinco Brass Quintet with Deborah Sobol by you.

Artistic Director Deborah Sobol engages in a Rush Hour Conversation with the members of CINCO Brass Quintet before the performance

Jared Bulmer, tuba by you.

Jared Bulmer, tuba, in rehearsal

Dorival Puccini, trumpet and Anna Mayne, French horn by you.

Dorival Puccini, trumpet and Anna Mayne, horn

Guillaume Fortin, trumpet and Brian Risinger, trombone by you.

Brian Risinger, trombone and Guillaume Fortin, trumpet

Fanfare Committee Members Reba and Eli by you.

Fanfare Committee members Reba Levy and Eli Margulies
stand by the Cathedral doors to greet audience members

Rush Hour Welcomes Lady Solti! by you.

Rush Hour Board Secretary Anstiss Hammond Krueck, Norman Pellegrini,
Lady Valerie Solti, and Rush Hour Executive Director Megan Balderston

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