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Northwest Brass Quartet

area: Regional
  • overview
    Formed in 2012 as a working ensemble, The Northwest Brass Quartet is made up of four of the region's most talented brass musicians: William Berry and Andy Plamondon (trumpets), Jennifer Brummett (horn), and Holly Amend (trombone). Appearing as guest artists with the Walla Walla Symphony on December 12th, 2013, Music Director Yaacov Bergman describes the group as: "remarkable on all fronts . . . musically, technically, incredibly sophisticated and fun to collaborate with." The quartet draws its repertoire mainly from the classical tradition, including original music for brass as well as unique arrangements played in a fresh and exciting way. The Northwest Brass Quartet is available for formal concerts and casual performances, or weddings and other special events. As all of our members are talented arrangers, requests for special musical arrangements are always a possibility. As Square Revolution, we offer playlists that span the stylistic range from pop and jazz to tango, funk, latin, and beyond, all drawn from original compositions and arrangements unique to the Square Revolutionaries.