Trombones of the Kennedy Center Recital

April 1st, 2015 by Joshua Brown

Kennedy Center

UPDATE: The concert video is now available in the Millennium Stage archives.

The Trombones of the Kennedy Center will present a recital on the Millennium Stage at the Kennedy Center on April 4 at 6pm. The event is free (no tickets required) and will be streamed live and archived at www.kennedy-center.org/programs/millennium.

The group features the trombone sections of the National Symphony Orchestra and Washington National Opera Orchestra, with special guest Peter Ellefson and guest conductor Chris Branagan. This promises to be a fantastic recital, so be sure to watch it online if you can’t be there in person.

Repertoire

  • Handel, Overture to Royal Fireworks Music
  • Brahms, Fest und Gedenkspruche, Op. 18
  • Bourgeois, Scherzo Funebre
  • Crespo, Etude in the Style of Bruckner
  • Jacob, Trombone Octet

Personnel

  • Craig Mulcahy, Principal Trombone, NSO
  • Barry Hearn, Associate Principal Trombone, NSO
  • David Murray, Second Trombone, NSO
  • Matt Guilford, Bass Trombone, NSO
  • Lee Rogers, Principal Trombone, WNO
  • Doug Rosenthal, Second Trombone, WNO
  • Stephen Dunkel, Bass Trombone, WNO
  • Peter Ellefson, special guest trombonist, Indiana University
  • Chris Branagan, Guest Conductor, Washington Trombone Ensemble

We’re thrilled that so many of the above performers choose to play our instruments.

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