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Chamber Series: Pittsburgh Trombone Project

June 14 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Fanfare For Paratroopers – Paul Creston arr. Kevin M. McManus
Achieved is the Glorious Work – Joseph Haydn arr. Donald Miller
In Flanders Fields – arr. Dr. Kevin Clark
Fugue #2 in C Minor – J.S. Bach arr. Kevin M. McManus
Classical Gas – Mason Williams arr. Kevin M. McManus
Elijah Rock! – arr. Kevin M. McManus
Be Still and Know – arr. Kevin M. McManus
Blue Skies – arr. Lennie Niehaus
Wade in the Water – Mark Hayes arr. Kevin M. McManus
God Bless the U.S.A. – arr. Kevin M. McManus
*subject to change

The Pittsburgh Trombone Project is now in its ninth year and quickly becoming recognized as one of America’s leading chamber ensembles. This trombone quartet has performed its diverse repertoire to audiences of all ages and at various venues throughout the country. The members of the “Project” are four of the leading freelance trombonists in the Pittsburgh music scene: Kevin M. McManus, Bob Matchett, James Nova and Chris Carson.

General admission – $10 at the door.   All donations benefit the Westmoreland Youth Symphony Orchestra Program.

Underwritten by the Charles F. and Mary Esther Sawyer Music Fund of The Latrobe Presbyterian Church

Unity Chapel is handicap accessible: parking, entrance and restroom. The chapel is air-conditioned.


June 14
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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