The Friday Noon Concert Series
The Terrapin Brass Quintet
Maria Carvell, trumpet
Julia Tsuchiya-Mayhew, trumpet
Emerson Miller, French horn
Eusung Choe, trombone
Cameron Farnsworth, tuba
Friday, October 15, 2021
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - RSVP required
(limited seating available)
Escape - Kevin McKee (b. 1980)
Dance Suite from Terpsichore for Brass Quintet - Michael Praetorius (1571-1621), arranged by Allan Dean
I. Ballet de Grenoville
III. Pavane de Spaigne
IV. La Bourrée
Pavane for a Dead Princess - Maurice Ravel (1875-1937), arranged by Rolf Smedvig
Four Movements for Five Brass - Collier Jones (1928-2013)
I. Introduction and March
Sophisticated Lady - Duke Ellington (1899-1974) arranged by Luther Henderson
The Charleston Rag - Eubie Blake (1887-1983) arranged by Geoffrey Bergler
The Terrapin Brass Quintet is the Graduate Fellowship Brass Quintet at the University of Maryland (UMD) School of Music. The participants were selected in Spring of 2021 and began their official position at UMD in Fall of 2021. Since then, they have put on several performances across campus and within The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center.
During this two-year fellowship, the members of the Terrapin Brass Quintet serve as ambassadors for the School of Music, where they provide music to and engage with local communities on campus and throughout Maryland.
Selected through a nationwide audition, the members of this group come from Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Ashburn, VA, and Silver Spring, MD. The Terrapin Brass Quintet consists of Julia Tsuchiya-Mayhew and Maria Carvell on trumpet, Emerson Miller on French horn, Eusung Choe on trombone, and Cameron Farnsworth on tuba.
Wearing a mask is required inside.