Larger Than Life Quintet ‘Best of Brass’
Set To Entertain Families in Hong Kong

Sunday May 13th, 2018 at Sha Tin Town Hall, 4pm

The Family Concert is sponsored by the Prudential Hotel.

There will also be a Community Concert on May 15 sponsored by Hongkong Land.

Famous for their dynamic, larger than life performances, Best of Brass is set to entertain listeners with a fun-filled and exciting performance.

There’s nothing like the sound of five brass instruments to get an audience to sit up and take notice. With trumpets, trombones and a French Horn, Best of Brass play music written by composers from across the world: tango legends, Australian waltzes, classical masters and Kazakh folk music. The quintet is also expert at explaining where the strange, bendy metal tubes they play come from, and how they work. The programme will be in English with Cantonese interpretation.

This is an entertaining family event cross over with all the elements of professional performance plus a music lesson. Both educational and very enjoyable indeed!”Mr Peter Yu, CFO of Prudential Hotel

Watch Best of Brass perform Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumble Bee.

Listen to Best of Brass perform a Libertango.

Best of Brass will also be touring Hong Kong schools for two weeks as part of Premiere Performances’ community outreach programme. They will be visiting 20 local schools and giving 2 workshops for music teachers. You can view the schedule here.

The quintet is a regular performer with Musica Viva, the the largest presenter of chamber music in the world, a truly national company with offices in every Australian state and territory, reaching approximately 360,000 people directly every year.

The music was exciting and performed well; the prep work is brilliant; the guys were funny and entertaining.”
Corinne Darby – Bundaberg Christian College

About Best of Brass

A Brisbane-based brass quintet with backgrounds in international and national orchestras, jazz, Latin and brass bands, playing an eclectic mix of repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day.

Christopher Williams trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
Danielle Rich trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
Armin Terzer horn, piccolo horn
Gregory Aitken trombone, tenor trombone
Jason Luostarinen bass trombone, tenor trombone

Concert details

Media enquiries

Johnny Yip Premiere Performances of Hong Kong; 2811 2107 / 9450 6610

Maxson Tsang FleishmanHillard; 2586 7820 / 6017 4887