Holiday Music Performance: Your Favorite Brass Quintet

WHEN: Saturday, December 22, 2012 at 3:00PM - 4:00PM
WHERE: Blithewold Living Room

Your Favorite Brass Quintet

YFBQ is an ensemble of classically-trained brass players from Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The members of YFBQ are Craig Shadday, Samuel Costa, Susan Winterbottom-Shadday, Kevin Kane and Tom Gregory. Our members are deeply committed to performance and education, and when not performing, can be found on faculty at Rhode Island College, Salve Regina, Providence College, and local public schools. YFBQ plays an amazingly diverse repertoire of brass quintet music, from the Renaissance to more contemporary works, including jazz and swing, and is available to perform for any special occasion. Please contact Tom Gregory at 252-9473 or Craig Shadday at 714-3779 for more information.

Their performance begins at 3:00pm. Mansion closes at 5pm.

Walkin Seats are free with regular mansion admission.

A limited amount of reserved seats are available at the following prices:
Family (2 adults, 2 youths) $32
Adults $13
AAA Members $12
Seniors/Military/Full-time Students $11
Youths 6-17 yrs $5
Members & Children 5 and under $2

Click here to reserve your seat.


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