Bravo Brass Performs 'Brass by Popular Demand' on March 2nd in Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Youth Orchestra’s Bravo Bass ensemble will perform a memorable performance titled “Brass by Popular Demand” on Saturday, March 2 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Mark’s Church in Center City Philadelphia. St. Mark’s is located at 1625 Locust St, Philadelphia, PA.
The ensemble will play an eclectic program curated with the assistance of the group’s concert-goers.
The results of a December survey has led to a concert featuring the music of Aaron Copland, Antonin Dvorak, John Williams, Giovanni Gabrieli, Glenn Miller, and George Gershwin.
General admission tickets are $15. Students under 18 are free. For more information about Bravo Brass
and the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra and tickets, please visit www.pyos.org or call (215) 545-0502.
About Bravo Brass
Bravo Brass, founded in 1997, is the brass ensemble program of Philadelphia Youth Orchestra led by Director and Conductor Paul Bryan. The only year-round brass ensemble in the Philadelphia area and one of only three in the country, Bravo Brass offers the highest level of individual and ensemble training and performance opportunities for the most accomplished young brass musicians in the area.