Savory Sounds Summer Concert: Brass Knuckles, July 19 at 11:30 am

Brass Knuckles

July 19 at 11:30 am

 Birge Fountain in front of the Cultural Arts Center, 402 W. Main St.

Brass Knuckles Brass Quintet with Percussion is comprised of professional musicians who are also educators and have taught in public schools, universities, and colleges, as well as teaching in a private lesson studio. The musicians’ variety in performance background venues lends to a wide variety of styles in their repertoire. Their experiences include other brass ensembles, concert bands, touring bands, jazz ensembles, drum and bugle corps, percussion ensembles, and orchestras. All have been on numerous recordings with a variety of ensembles and will be recording their first Knuckles CD in 2019. They currently are available for concerts, weddings, wedding receptions, parties, memorials, special events, school events, and anything else you can imagine and Savory Sounds is excited to have them perform on the series.


The WAA is grateful to our partners-Fairhaven Senior Services, First Citizens State Bank, Fort Community Credit Union, Olm and Associates, and PremierBank–for helping to make these events possible.

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