Axiom Brass Quintet’s Free Impromptu Concert at the Key West Lighthouse on March 14
Ready to beat the Covid blues with a little fun?
Impromptu Classical Concerts invites the public to a special free outdoor concert featuring the world renowned Axiom Brass Quintet, at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 14 on the grounds of the historic Key West Lighthouse at 938 Whitehead St.
Seating will be appropriately spaced and masks are required. A strict limit of 225 seats will be adhered to. The concert will be performed without an intermission. To reserve a seat, go to Impromptu’s website: www.keywestimpromptu.org
Since its founding in 2007, the Chicago-based Axiom Brass Quintet has become one of the most awarded brass chamber ensembles in the U.S. Praised for a “High level of musicality and technical ability—clean, clear and precise sound,” by Chamber Music America, the ensemble won the 2008 International Chamber Brass Competition followed by the 2010 Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, Plowman Chamber Music Competition and Juju City International Brass Quintet Competition in South Korea.
In 2012 the group was also the only brass quintet in 27 years to win the prestigious Chamber Music Yellow Springs Competition and that same year became the only American ensemble to win the Preis de Europa-Stadt Passau in Germany.
At the March 14 concert in Key West, Axiom will perform “The First Six,” by Lillian Yee; the “Dance Suite for Brass Quintet,” by Leonard Bernstein; “Axiom,” by Liduino Pitombeira; “Angel Suite,” by Astor Piazzolla; selections from “Estudo Brasiliero,” by Cacilda Borges Barbosa; “Gaucho,” by Chiquinha Gonzaga; and “Oblivion,” also composed by Astor Piazzolla.
Concertgoers are advised to reserve their tickets to this limited admittance event.
To reserve, email firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to provide the name of each attendee. For more information, visit keywestimpromptu.org