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Seraph Brass

Seraph Brass (Replacement for Solid Brass Ensemble 11/18/17)

Tuesday, April 24 • 7:30 p.m.

We’ve landed a super sub for the November cancellation that occurred when East Coast weather grounded Solid Brass Ensemble. Unable to reschedule, we turned to an exciting young group we had already been eying for next year’s series: the all-female Seraph Brass led by trumpet standout Mary Bowden. They’ll perform for us at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 24. (Use your tickets for the cancelled show for this one; if you’ve misplaced them, just check in at our Civic Music table in the lobby.) For more about this concert, check out the concert program and biography.

Concert information:

Performance begins at 7:30 p.m.
All tickets are general seating.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
This performance is held in the Ralph Holter Auditorium, Green Bay West High School 966 Shawano Avenue, Green Bay, WI.
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Seraph Brass: Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, arr. Jeff Luke

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Yes, a post-concert reception

Even after a mid-week concert, we’ll still gather at the Tap Room, Titletown Brewing Co., 200 Dousman St., following the Tuesday, April 24, Seraph Brass concert at West High. It’s a good possibility this time the performers will join us.

Praise for pianists; possibility for ‘19

Chris Sampson, board president, reports he heard from a number of very impressed members after the Anderson & Roe concert that Civic Music should bring back the piano duo as soon as possible. (If you missed it, see Warren Gerds’ glowing review.) While there’s no stand-alone piano recital on next year’s series, Civic Music is negotiating for a featured pianist to join the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra for a big May 2019 closer at the Weidner.

Blockbuster: June 10 at Garden

Did we mention that there’s even more reason to bring your friends and family to Civic Music’s June 10 “Opera at the Garden” extravaganza? Our hosts at the Green Bay Botanical Garden have a one-of-a-kind touring exhibit in residence this summer. Called “Nature Connects: Art with LEGO Bricks,” by artist Sean Kenney, the exhibit features 16 oversize sculptures crafted from more than a half-million Lego blocks. Come early for the flowers, and the LEGOs. Learn more at

Remember: MSO is ‘bonus’ for new signups

The membership sales drive for the 2018-19 season series is well under way. If you know of a music lover who’s a potential candidate to join our subscriber list, don’t forget to sell them on the traditional six-concerts-for-the-price-of-five discount: All new members get free admission to this year’s final performance, the May 5 Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concert at West High School, in exchange for signing up early.

Yes, you can order online

Most members should have already received their season-ticket brochure in the mail. You can also renew or enter a new order online. The site is up and running at

Dinner plans? Make them count.

Remember ‘Dine to Donate’ every third Wednesday at the Perkin’s Restaurant at Military and Shawano, 5 to 8 p.m., with a share of all proceeds to Civic Music. Mark your calendars.

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