Onstage: Queen City Brass

The Queen City Brass brings their diverse repertoire of Classical, Dixieland Jazz and adapted movie themes (from Jaws this time) to the equally diverse Carnegie in Concert series this Thursday for the second of six performances in the Carnegie’s 2009-10

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For the past two decades, the Queen City Brass has been one of the area’s most renowned wind ensembles as well as one of the busiest. QCB has appeared throughout the Midwest - including broadcasts of Garrison Keillor’s "A Prairie Home Companion" and the Charles Kurault television series The History of Cincinnati - in performance with the CSO, the Pops Orchestra and as a part of the Taft Museum Chamber Music Series and as Xavier University’s first Ensemble in Residence; QCB has even appeared at a Japanese festival. The Queen City Brass brings their diverse repertoire of Classical, Dixieland Jazz and adapted movie themes (from Jaws this time) to the equally diverse Carnegie in Concert series this Thursday for the second of six performances in the Carnegie’s 2009-10 season. The 7:30 p.m. performance will take place at the Carnegie’s acoustically superior Otto M. Budig Theatre. Tickets are $18.

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