The all-female quintet Seraph Brass—winner of the America Prize in Chamber Music—elevates the excellence of female brass players and highlights musicians from historically marginalized communities. They perform core classics, original transcriptions, and newly commissioned works, giving audiences performances of rich, soaring sound.
“Seraph Brass delivers music both bright and warm, consistently playing with satisfying tone qualities that, when delivered at their skill levels, make brass music endearing.” —Knox TN Today
Read more about the concert in the Oberlin College News Center.
Program to include:
Jeff Scott Showcase
Edvard Grieg/arr. Jeff Luke Holberg Suite, Op. 40, I. Prelude
Kevin Day Fantasia III for Brass Quintet, II. Lunaire
Franz Liszt/arr. Jeff Luke Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2
Marcus Grant untitled
Reena Esmail Khirkiyaan (Windows): Three Transformations for Brass Quintet, II. Tuttarana
Catherine McMichael Asteria: Virgo, the Lover of Justice
Anthony DiLorenzo Go
This program is part of the 2023-24 Artist Recital Series.
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Thanks to the generosity of Richard ’62 and Linda ’62 Clark, free concert tickets for the 2023-24 Artist Recital Series are available to students with valid OCID. Instructions available at #ClaimYourSeat.
Pardon Our Dust - Visitor parking nearby Finney Chapel is limited due to construction on campus. Other nearby visitor parking is available in the lots:
- behind Mudd Learning Center (Terrell Main Library) north of W. College Street, accessible from W. College Street
- behind Bosworth Hall (Fairchild Chapel) north of W. Lorain Street, accessible from both W. Lorain Street and N. Main Street