Engaging and eclectic, Mirari Brass brings its distinctive spirit of joyful collaboration and innovation to a Mid-Atlantic tour this month, with performances of their “Public Concert” program, and special educational offerings.

Reflecting their own exuberantly broad palette of interests, Mirari’s “Public Concert” program offers a wide range of musical genres and works, framed as an homage to 18th-century subscription series through which the larger public could hear the works of the great masters alongside popular works.

Mirari began their tour earlier this month with a concert in Lancaster, PA and  an educational clinic at a middle school in Vienna, Virginia.  Today they conduct a group master class at the University of Virginia, and this weekend they perform at the Woodbridge Music Series.

You can learn something of Mirari’s immersive approach to music performance and education in their Brass Blog, in which they offer insight into their commissioning projects and educational offerings, as well as enlightening stories about their own professional journeys and personal revelations along the way.


Watch Mirari in action, performing Eugene Bozza’s Sonatine, and Eric Nathan’s Spires.

Catch the latest Mirari updates on Facebook, and learn more about their program offerings on their Ariel Artists page.

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Posted on October 16th, 2014 by Emily Motherwell

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