Big Horn Brass

Polar Express & More at Big Horn Brass Concert

The holiday season is swinging into the ‘Couve with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s popular Big Horn Brass concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17, at Skyview Concert Hall. The renowned brass ensemble always strikes the right notes as they play some of the world’s greatest holiday music—and you’ll hear an even bigger, merrier sound this year with special guest vocalist, the soul-stirring Laura Berman.

The Big Horn Brass is a 16-member ensemble that spreads its sparkling brass tones through an toe-tapping mix of holiday favorites. From traditional carols to popular songs and music from The Polar Express, this concert will warm the hearts of young and old. This year’s concert also includes original arrangements from the Stan Kenton Library, compelling arrangements by Oregon’s Phil Neuman and Washington’s William Berry, traditional favorites for classical brass by Leroy Anderson and James Burden, and soaring melodies by movie composer Jerry Fielding.

All proceeds from the concert benefit the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for students and are available at www.vancouversymphony.org. The world-class Skyview Concert Hall is located on the campus of Skyview High School at 1300 N.W. 139th St. in the Salmon Creek area of Vancouver.

Polar Express & More with Big Horn Brass

The holiday season is swinging into the ‘Couve with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s popular Big Horn Brass concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17, at Skyview Concert Hall. The renowned brass ensemble always strikes the right notes as they play some of the world’s greatest holiday music—and you’ll hear an even bigger, merrier sound this year with special guest vocalist, the soul-stirring Laura Berman.

The Big Horn Brass is a 16-member ensemble that spreads its sparkling brass tones through an toe-tapping mix of holiday favorites. From traditional carols to popular songs and music from The Polar Express, this concert will warm the hearts of young and old. This year’s concert also includes original arrangements from the Stan Kenton Library, compelling arrangements by Oregon’s Phil Neuman and Washington’s William Berry, traditional favorites for classical brass by Leroy Anderson and James Burden, and soaring melodies by movie composer Jerry Fielding.

All proceeds from the concert benefit the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for students and are available at www.vancouversymphony.org. The world-class Skyview Concert Hall is located on the campus of Skyview High School at 1300 N.W. 139th St. in the Salmon Creek area of Vancouver.

Big Horn Brass Holiday Concert

The holiday season is swinging into the ‘Couve with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s popular Big Horn Brass concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12, at the  Royal Durst Theatre. The renowned brass ensemble always strikes the right notes as they play some of the world’s greatest holiday music—and you’ll hear an even bigger, merrier sound this year with special guest vocalist Shirley Nanette.

The Big Horn Brass is a 16-member ensemble that spreads its sparkling brass tones through an toe-tapping mix of holiday favorites. From traditional carols to popular songs, this concert will warm the hearts of young and old. This year’s concert will include The First Noel, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, I Wonder as I Wander, The Holly and the Ivy, Winter Wonderland, White Christmas, Joy to the World, The Nutcracker Suite, The Toymaker, You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch, Boomer’s Christmas, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, and other carols played in the Big Horn Brass style.

All proceeds from the concert benefit the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for students and are available at www.vancouversymphony.org. The Royal Durst Theatre is located on the campus of the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics at 3103 Main St. in downtown Vancouver.

Big Horn Brass Concert

The holiday season is swinging into the ‘Couve with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s popular Big Horn Brass concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12, at the  Royal Durst Theatre. The renowned brass ensemble always strikes the right notes as they play some of the world’s greatest holiday music—and you’ll hear an even bigger, merrier sound this year with special guest vocalist Shirley Nanette.

The Big Horn Brass is a 16-member ensemble that spreads its sparkling brass tones through an toe-tapping mix of holiday favorites. From traditional carols to popular songs, this concert will warm the hearts of young and old. This year’s concert will include The First Noel, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, I Wonder as I Wander, The Holly and the Ivy, Winter Wonderland, White Christmas, Joy to the World, The Nutcracker Suite, The Toymaker, You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch, Boomer’s Christmas, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, and other carols played in the Big Horn Brass style.

All proceeds from the concert benefit the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for students and are available at www.vancouversymphony.org. The Royal Durst Theatre is located on the campus of the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics at 3103 Main St. in downtown Vancouver.

Big Horn Brass Holiday Concert

The holiday season is swinging into the ‘Couve with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra‘s popular Big Horn Brass concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13, at the newly renovated and quite spectacular Lloyd Auditorium. The renowned brass ensemble always strikes the right notes as they play some of the world’s greatest holiday music—and you’ll hear an even bigger, merrier sound this year with special guest vocalist Shirley Nanette.

The Big Horn Brass is a 16-member ensemble that spreads its sparkling brass tones through an toe-tapping mix of holiday favorites. From traditional carols to popular songs, this concert will warm the hearts of young and old. In addition to new selections and arrangements, the Big Horn Brass will offer a new musical adaptation of Clement Moore’s classic poem, “The Night Before Christmas,” composed by Anthony DiLorenzo, narrated by Shirley Nanette, and accompanied by a video featuring the illustrations of Cheryl Harness.

This year’s concert will also include Stevie Wonder’s “Someday at Christmas,” “White Christmas,” by Irving Berlin, “Wassail Song” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, “Carol of the Bells,” by Mikail Leontovich, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” and other carols played in the Big Horn Brass style.

Lloyd Auditorium is located on the campus of the Washington School for the Deaf at 611 Grand Blvd. in Vancouver. All proceeds from the concert benefit the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for students and are available at www.vancouversymphony.org.

Big Horn Brass

Vocalist Shirley Nanette

The holiday season is swinging into the ‘Couve with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra‘s popular Big Horn Brass concert at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13, at the newly renovated and quite spectacular Lloyd Auditorium. The renowned brass ensemble always strikes the right notes as they play some of the world’s greatest holiday music—and you’ll hear an even bigger, merrier sound this year with special guest vocalist Shirley Nanette.

The Big Horn Brass is a 16-member ensemble that spreads its sparkling brass tones through an toe-tapping mix of holiday favorites. From traditional carols to popular songs, this concert will warm the hearts of young and old. In addition to new selections and arrangements, the Big Horn Brass will offer a new musical adaptation of Clement Moore’s classic poem, “The Night Before Christmas,” composed by Anthony DiLorenzo, narrated by Shirley Nanette, and accompanied by a video featuring the illustrations of Cheryl Harness.

This year’s concert will also include Stevie Wonder’s “Someday at Christmas,” “White Christmas,” by Irving Berlin, “Wassail Song” by Ralph Vaughan Williams, “Carol of the Bells,” by Mikail Leontovich, “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” and other carols played in the Big Horn Brass style.

Lloyd Auditorium is located on the campus of the Washington School for the Deaf at 611 Grand Blvd. in Vancouver. All proceeds from the concert benefit the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25 for adults or $10 for students and are available at www.vancouversymphony.org.