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We are publishing several works by Dan Grabois, Assistant Prof. of Horn at University of Wisconsin-Madison Daniel Grabois is a renowned performer and educator of horn. Formerly a resident of New York City, he has played with almost all of the ensembles there, including the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, St. Luke's Chamber Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, New York City Opera, New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theater, and American Symphony Orchestra. He is the former Chairman of the Manhattan School of Music's Contemporary Performance Program and former professor of horn at The Hartt School. Currently, Dan resides in Wisconsin where he is Assistant Professor of Horn at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Brass Arts Unlimited will exhibit at the 47th International Horn Symposium, hosted by Andrew Bain and Annie Bosler at The Colburn School in Los Angeles, CA, August 2-8, 2015. We will mainly feature our publications at this symposium.
NOW AVAILABLE - Two works for horn plus string quartet: "Next Door to Purple" by Brett Miller, and an arrangement of "Canto Serioso" by Carl Nielsen.
NOW AVAILABLE - Concert Etudes for Horns, by Brett Miller: Studies on Works of Brahms, Studies on Works of Strauss, Studies on Works of Mahler and Studies on Works of Russian Masters. For more information, go to our Publications page, or Shop in our store.
Exciting news! Kerry Turner has chosen us to publish 4 of his works!
Kerry composes with a clear voice that is universal in emotion, yet ringing with the colors of the American Southwest. His works draw inspiration from a variety of sources, each evoking their own sense of place, time, discovery, and motion. Yet, all his compositions are infused with a style and motifs that brand them as belonging to the canon of a single, great composer.
These will be available soon, and we will announce them as they become available.