Canadian Brass Christmas
December 22, 2018 at 4 p.m.
Collins Center for the Arts
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Canadian Brass Christmas

Saturday, December 22, 2018 at 4 p.m.
Collins Center for the Arts

Canadian Brass is returning to the CCA for their 7th performance! This time, they’ll fill the hall with a magical selection of Christmas songs and other fan favorites. If you’ve never experienced a concert by this group, you’re in for a treat! They have performed in virtually every major concert hall in the world, been seen by hundreds of millions of people on television, sold 2 million copies of their approximately 100 albums worldwide, and contributed nearly 600 new works and arrangements to the brass quintet repertoire. Renowned for genre-bending versatility and joyous performances, the award-winning Brass is almost single-handedly responsible for elevating the art of the brass quintet to what it is today.

“After four decades, it’s great to see Canadian Brass — practically an institution at this point — still sounding fresh, still attracting young virtuosos and, above all, still having fun with the music.” – NPR

Orchestra $40/$35 | Balcony $30 | K-12 $15 | All fees included
Group discount of 15% on parties of 8 or more!

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Here’s what the critics have to say about Canadian Brass…

“The Kings of Brass: After 42 years, the Canadian quintet still makes music that soars.” ~ Ottawa Citizen

“These are the men who put brass music on the map with their unbeatable blend of virtuosity, spontaneity and humor.” ~Washington Post

“One need not be partial to brass, or even to classical music, to love Canadian Brass. For these famous five are masters not only of music but also of presentation. After 40 years on stage, the’ve got the chops of virtuosos and the deadpan delivery of the best stand-up comics.” ~The Plain Dealer

“The Canadian Brass achieve a blend that’s akin to the dark smoothness of aged Scotch whisky, purring out rounded legato lines in which no breath seems to transpire.”

“…all-ages appeal remains constant.”