The Canadian Brass

I had the opportunity to photograph The Canadian Brass in concert yesterday night for WOUB News. They were friendly and quite funny. Here are some of the photographs:

 

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—The Canadian Brass, comprised of Chuck Daellenbach (left), Bernhard Scully, Chris Coletti, Caleb Hudson, and Achilles Liarmakopoulos, takes the stage at Ohio Univerity’s Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium. This concert is one of many hosted by the School of Music in the 2017 Performing Arts Series.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—The Canadian Brass performs in Ohio University’s Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—The Canadian Brass plays a concert at Ohio Univerity’s Templeton-Blackburn Memorial Auditorium.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—Trumpet Chris Coletti plays from the rear of the auditorium during The Canadian Brass concert on Tuesday. Members of the quintet stationed themselves throughout the space as an example of the “first surround sound system.”

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—Director Daniel J. Hall conducts a choral ensemble with The Canadian Brass during Tuesday’s concert.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—Director Andrew Trachsel conducts as the Canadian Brass is joined by the Ohio University Wind Symphony during Tuesday’s concert.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—Caleb Hudson (right) performs a solo during The Canadian Brass’ concert on Tuesday. The solo is played on a piccolo trumpet, which is an octave higher than his standard instrument.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—Chuck Daellenbach, of The Canadian Brass, dances with his Tuba as part of a mock ballet, while Caleb Hudson, Bernhard Scully, Achilles Liarmakopoulos, and Chris Coletti play the roles of supporting dancers.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—Members of The Canadian Brass kneel at the finale of their concert Tuesday night.

ATHENS, OHIO—February 07, 2017—The Canadian Brass is applauded at the end of a performance during Tuesday’s concert.

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