About Us

Learn more about the Princeton Symphonic Brass

Musicians

Meet the people behind the Princeton Symphonic Brass.

Calendar

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Our Story

Details about the begginings and story of the Princeton Symphonic Brass.

 About Us

About Us

The Princeton Symphonic Brass was born in 2016 out of a desire to assemble some of the best brass players from the top musical ensembles near Princeton. This is the first professional brass group of its kind in the area and each player jumped at the chance to be a part of this unique ensemble. The group's repertoire spans from the renaissance to today.

Our Next Concert

Saturday, June 17, 2017, 8:00 PM

Westminster Choir College
"Playhouse"
101 Walnut Lane
Princeton, New Jersey


Program
The concert will feature a refreshing variety of light classical, Jazz and Americana.

Tickets
To purchase tickets online now... click here
ONLINE PRICES: Adults $15/ Seniors $10/ Kids $5

Any remaining tickets will be sold at the door 30 minutes prior to the event
AT THE DOOR PRICES: Adults $17/ Seniors $12/ Kids $5

Musicians

Meet the musicians of the Princeton Symphonic Brass
Ed Hirschman
Ed Hirschman
Trumpet & Founder...also leader of Atlas Brass, member of the Trenton Brass Quintet + 1 and member of Al Chez and the Brothers of Funk Big Band
Dan Berz
Dan Berz
Trumpet...Princeton Brass Band, Music Teacher at Franklin Middle School
Dr. Gary Feinberg
Dr. Gary Feinberg
Trumpet...Princeton Brass Band, Prof. at College of NJ
Charlie Megules
Charlie Megules
Flugelhorn...Trenton Brass Quintet + 1, Professor at Bucks County College
Val Kuntz
Val Kuntz
Horn 1...Eastern Wind Symphony, Assistant Band Director and Tri-M Advisor at Edison High School
Dr. Craig Levesque
Dr. Craig Levesque
Horn 2...Atlas Brass Quintet, Head of composition and theory at Westminster Conservatory, Prof. at Rutgers University
Lars Wendt
Lars Wendt
Trombone 1...Princeton Symphony
Dave Thomas
Dave Thomas
Trombone 2...Music teacher Flemington JP Case Middle School, prolific arranger
Scott Slutter
Scott Slutter
Bass Trombone...Eastern Wind Symphony, Band Director Council Rock High School
Dr. Stephen Allen
Dr. Stephen Allen
Euphonium...Princeton Brass Band, NABBA President, Prof. at Rider University
Alex Costantino
Alex Costantino
Tuba...Princeton Brass Band, Eastern Wind Symphony, Nassau Brass Quintet, Music teacher Hamilton Township NJ School System
Steve Hudak
Steve Hudak
Percussion
Larry Kursar
Larry Kursar
Conductor...Conductor Hunterdon Symphony, Horn player Crosswinds Trio

Latest news

  • Our first gig

    Saturday, January 23, 2016 7:30, All Saints Church, , 16 All Saints Rd, Princeton, 08540   Program   Galliard Battaglia by Samuel Scheidt , arr Michael Allen Ave Verum Corpus by W.A. Mozart , arr Michael Allen Excerpts from Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky , arr Michael Allen Farewell of the Tsar by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov , […]

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