This multimedia concert takes the audience on a spectacular journey through space, exploring the connections between the vastness of the universe and our significance in today’s world. It features visuals created by astronomer, Kyle Kremer and an original composition by Mathew Fuerst. What originally began as an educational program is now presented in full concert. Rounding out the performance with captivating compositions and stunning projected images, Limitless is an unforgettable experience for all audiences!
First Impressions is a concert that celebrates the excitement, adrenaline, passion, surprise, and power of first-time experiences. What better way to do that than with living music - the music of great composers of our own time? This is music born as a reaction to our social environment, to our personal experiences, and to our very own emotions! Axiom Brass presents music that breathes with every beat and that moves you, be it to bring you joy, peace, to make you think, or just simply react. Most importantly, this concert features music that makes you feel alive!
New Standards features music that has become the staple of brass chamber art music. This program transports you around the world on a journey throughout time. With stops in England, Germany, Russia, USA, Argentina and Brazil, New Standards takes the audience from the Renaissance to today’s crossover in a concert that is pure elegance!
CONCERTS WITH ENSEMBLE
Concerto with Orchestra
Axiom Brass brings the same blend and sensitivity of chamber music to the front of the orchestra. The quintet’s concerto repertoire includes Jose Vincent Egea’s Fantasia Flamenca, Lluis Vidal’s Concerto for Brass Quintet and Orchestra, Eric Ewazen's Shadowcatcher, Bernard Rands’ Adieu, Ramon Zupko's Vox Naturae, Gerard Schwarz’s Concerto, and Gunther Schuller’s Diptych, as well as new commissions.
Concerto with Wind Ensemble
The repertoire for Brass Quintet and Wind Ensemble is constantly growing. Whether premiering a new work or performing a standard concerto, Axiom Brass displays their virtuosity and excitement in an inspiring collaboration. Axiom’s repertoire includes Lansing McLoskey’s What We Do Is Secret, David Gillingham’s Quintessence, James Stephenson’s Dodecafecta, John Wasson’s Tangents, Jeff Tyzik’s New York Cityscape, Fischer Tull’s Concerto Grosso, and Anthony Plog’s Concerto 2010.