Engaging and eclectic, the Mirari Brass Quintet brings a spirit of joyful collaboration and innovation to music spanning many centuries and genres. The commissioners of multiple new works for brass, the group performs a spectacular tight-rope act, balancing intensity with levity and refined virtuosity with pure fun.

Mirari was created as a grassroots effort of several friends, sharing a spirit of exploration that allows them to branch out and experiment with a variety of genres of music not originally intended for brass alone. Each individual member brings their extracurricular talents to the table, contributing  not only their own original musical compositions and arrangements, but weaving in interests ranging from improvisation and music theater to yoga, performance psychology, and entrepreneurial business skills.

The group has traveled to over twenty-six states educating and performing for people of all ages. As a central tenet of the group, and by their name’s definition, all the members share an admiration and respect for each other not only on stage and in music but also in friendship.

Welcome, Mirari!

Listen to Mirari’s recordings of works by Bach, Chick Corea, Mirari’s own Alex Noppe, and others here.

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

Join Mirari on Facebook.

Visit Mirari’s Ariel page here to view concert programs, listen to more live recordings, and to learn more.

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Posted on August 7th, 2014 by Emily Motherwell

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