AT A GLANCE
Lyceum Concert: Seraph Brass
When: Thursday, March 9, at 7 p.m.
Where: Concert Hall, Carter Center for Worship and Music
Seraph Brass will present a lyceum at Bridgewater College on Thursday, March 9, at 7 p.m. in the concert hall of the Carter Center for Worship and Music. Seraph Brass was founded by trumpet soloist Mary Elizabeth Bowden with the mission of elevating and showcasing the excellence of female brass players and highlighting musicians from marginalized groups both in personnel and in programming.
Winners of the American Prize in Chamber Music, the group has been praised for their “beautiful sounds” (American Record Guide), “fine playing” (Gramophone) and “staggeringly high caliber of performance” (Textura). Now in its ninth touring season, Seraph primarily performs as a quintet with a dynamic roster drawing from America’s top brass musicians. The group is currently in residency at the Walton Art Center’s Artosphere Festival alongside the Dover Quartet. Seraph Brass is a Yamaha Performing Group and performs exclusively on Yamaha instruments.
The lyceum concert series at Bridgewater College is free and open to the public.