Spanish Brass

Spanish Brass

January 12, 2024 | 7:30PM
Logan Center Performance Hall

$40 | $32 UC Faculty & Staff | $20 under 35 | $10 Students
UChicago Students: request a free ticket (limit 25)

Johann Sebastian Bach (arr. Carlos Benetó): “Sheep May Safely Graze,” from Cantata BWV 208 
George Bizet (arr. Thierry Caens): Carmen Miniature 
Louis-Claude Daquin (arr. T. Caens): Le Coucou 
Charles Chaplin (arr. T. Caens): Chaplin Suite 
Gerónimo Giménez (arr. F. Zacarés): La Boda de Luis Alonso 
Isaac Albéniz (arr. Maxi Santos): Asturias 
Manuel de Falla (arr. C. Benetó): Nana 
Manuel de Falla (arr. Pascual Llorens): Farruca (El Sombrero de Tres Picos) 
Émile Carrara (arr. Thierry Thibault): Mon Amant de Saint Jean 
Ástor Piazzolla (arr. T. Caens): Oblivion 
Ástor Piazzolla (arr. T. Caens): Libertango 
Lee Morgan (arr. Jesús Santandreu): The Sidewinder 
Trad./Adam Rapa: Bulería pa Spanish Brass written for Spanish Brass 

With a thirty-three year legacy in the world of chamber music, Spanish Brass continues to be one of the most dynamic and sought-after brass groups on the international musical stage. Comprised of five virtuosic musicians from Spain, the ensemble is renowned for its stunning skill, richly varied repertoire, and passionate commitment to expanding the possibilities of the brass quintet. 

Their performances are famous for their energy, spontaneity, and sheer musicality.