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Boise’s Morrison Center presents a free Canadian Brass concert

Canadian Brass quintette is made up of tuba legend and business specialist Chuck Daellenbach, trumpeters Caleb Hudson and Christopher Coletti, trombonist Achilles Liarmakopoulos and horn player Bernhard Scully.
Canadian Brass quintette is made up of tuba legend and business specialist Chuck Daellenbach, trumpeters Caleb Hudson and Christopher Coletti, trombonist Achilles Liarmakopoulos and horn player Bernhard Scully.

The Morrison Center Endowment Foundation will present a free concert by one of the best brass chamber groups in the North America.

Now in its 45th season, the Canadian Brass quintet has performed in nearly every major concert hall, produced close to 100 albums worldwide, and contributed about 600 new compositions and arrangements to the greater brass quintet repertoire.

Morrison Center and the endowment foundation collaborated on this event, says the center’s Executive Director James Patrick.

“A key element of our mission is to program events that provide access and opportunity to the public,” Patrick says. “Working in conjunction with the Morrison Center Endowment Foundation, we look forward to presenting this free presentation and others in the future.”

Canadian Brass

7:30 p.m. Friday, June 17, Morrison Center, 2210 Caesar Chavez Lane, Boise State University. Free tickets are available at the Morrison Center box office, limit four per person. Seating is by 7:15 p.m. After that, open seats can be filled by non-ticket holders.

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