Sunday, 18th November, 10.30 am
Concert with the Cadets corps of the Concordia
Aula of the St Michael College in Fribourg
Sunday, 18th November, 5.00 pm
Church of Aegerten bei Brügg (BE)
Saturday, 1st December, 7.30 pm
Temple of Bevaix (NE)
Gloria by John Rutter and the funeral of the Queen Mary by Henry Purcell with the choir La Clé des Champs from Concise (VD) www.cledeschants.ch
Saturday, 2nd February 2019, 8.00 pm, Eglise catholique de Peseux (NE)
Sunday, 3rd February 2019, 5.00 pm, Temple de Concise (VD)
8th February 2019, 8.00 pm, Eglise catholique d'Yverdon (VD)
Sunday, 28th April, 5.00 pm
Temple du Brassus, Vallée de Joux
Opus 5 Brass Quintet, which was founded by Bertrand Galley in May 2007, has a colourful repertory of chamber music that ranges from the Renaissance up through the contemporary period, and even includes jazz.
The rich and extensive span of Opus 5 Brass Quintet’s timbre has inspired musicians either to compose or to arrange musical numbers especially for their performance. These compositions let the musical ensemble explore fully the deep, warm registers of the trombone and of the tuba as well as the crystalline brilliance of the piccolo trumpet.
Mindful of the pedagogical needs of school children, Opus 5 Brass Quintet has specially designed programmes meant to encourage exposure to the fine world of classical music for youth audiences. Well-known actors and musicians take part in these educational performances. Of late, the group has performed such time-honoured work as Francis Poulenc’s Histoire de Babar le petit elephant, Sergey Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, and Camille Saint-Saën’s Carnaval des Animaux.
Opus 5’s vast programme fits the musical requirements of a large variety of social engagements, be they gala concerts, choir accompaniment, exhibition openings, …wherever harmony is called for.