Brass quintet to offer free concert Nov. 1

The Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet will perform a free concert Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the recital hall of the Coulter Building at Western Carolina University.

The performance will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Members of SMBQ, the quintet in residence at WCU, are P. Bradley Ulrich and David Ginn, trumpets; Travis Bennett, horn; Dan Cherry, trombone; and Michael Schallock, tuba.

The program also will feature fellow faculty soloists John West, Will Peebles and Pavel Wlosok. West will perform “Blues Concerto for Alto Sax and Brass Quintet” by Holcombe. Peebles will be the bassoon soloist on Burrill Phillips’ “Concert Piece,” arranged by Ulrich. Wlosok, jazz piano, will be joining the SMBQ on his “Jazz Miniatures for Brass Quintet.”


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