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Big Brass Sounds to Permeate Northeast’s Cox Center Auditorium

Big Brass Sounds to Permeate Northeast’s Cox Center Auditorium

NORFOLK, Neb. -- The Northeast Community College Music Department invites the Norfolk community to a concert by the brass quintet, A Touch of Brass, on Sunday, Jan. 28.

The group's program will encompass several time periods and genres.  Selections include The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Handel), Puttin’ on the Ritz (Berlin), and Viva La Vida (Coldplay). 

Also included will be a couple pieces written for military brass quintets such as the Rushmore Trail (Offutt Air Force Brass) and Hoedown (U.S. Air Force Heritage Brass). 

A Touch of Brass consists of Dave Bohnert (Wayne State College dean of Arts and Humanities), Kevin McLouth (Northeast instrumental instructor), Gary Reeves (University of South Dakota retired), Randy Neuharth (Northeast retired), and Josh Calkin (Wayne State College director of bands).

The performance will take place in the Cox Activities Center Auditorium on the Northeast Community College Campus. The program will begin at 2 p.m. and is open the public.

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Members of A Touch of Brass are (from left) Kevin McLouth, Northeast instrumental instructor; Gary Reeves, University of South Dakota retired; Josh Calkin, Wayne State College director of bands; Randy Neuharth, Northeast retired; and Dave Bohnert, Wayne State College dean of Arts and Humanities. (Courtesy photo)