Gerald A. Pope
1795 Haymakertown Rd.
Troutville, VA 24175
540-520-2194; 540-266-3161 (fax)
The Art of Fun – a concert of various musical styles. Something for everyone.
The Sounds of the Big Bands – some of America's best music from the best artists of the big band era: Miller, Ellington, Dorsey, Basie and more. It's just like you were there.
A Toast to Christmas – a light hearted program of sacred and secular holiday favorites will make this program an evening to remember.
Roots – a favorite for middle and high schools tracing the development of jazz. There’s a lot of history and a lot of music.
Why Music – a perfect program for the elementary schools. Students will be amazed at how music plays an important part in their lives.
Ameican Dream – is an exploration of significant historical times and important figures in early American history linking the past and present thru music. This SOL based program is cloaked in laughter and humor.
Science of Sound – cover your SOL 5.2 lesson with this exciting demonstration. Teachers and students will be glad you booked this program.
Discounts are available for multiple bookings.
Throughout the year
Adequate lighting; 20’ x 20’ stage; electrical outlets.
Concerts: All ages; Educational Programs: Students (grades PK–12)
An active part of the Mid-Atlantic arts scene for 30 years, Brass 5 has presented more than 3,600 programs in schools and concert venues throughout the eastern United States and in Europe.
Brass 5 offers a vast repertoire from Renaissance, Classical, Dixieland, Swing and Jazz, to Rock, Country and more. The ensemble is at home in any size venue, from a 100 seat intimate recital hall to a large auditorium. Brass 5 will have your audience leaving with a smile and humming any one of its toe-tapping selections.
Brass 5 ensures that all educational programs are designed to meet Virginia's SOL objectives. Programs are both entertaining and informative. Brass 5 has performed for over a half a million students in the eastern United States and Europe. Emails, letters, pictures and phone calls received clearly indicate the ability of this ensemble to excite its audience.