Chamber Music Pittsburgh Presents: C Street Crass with guest DJ Jakeisrain

About “No Limits”: 
“No Limits”, the newest recital program of C Street Brass, challenges to listener to find something this group cannot do.  “No Limits” takes the audience on an amazing adventure through different time periods and music styles. Everything from classical, gospel, jazz, tango, and modern electronic dance music will be on display. Add a little bit of humor and a lot of fun, and the audience wins. Also be on the lookout for a special appearance from our favorite Pittsburgh DJ, Jakeisrain. Take a listen below to get a taste for C Street Brass and DJ Jakeisrain!

Libertango: Astor Piazzolla. arr. Joe Burgstaller
Por Una Cabeza: Carlos Gardel, arr. Kyle Anderson
Oblivion: Astor Piazzolla. arr. Joe Burgstaller                  
Suite Americana: Enrique Crespo
        III. Valse 
Contrapunctus IX: J.S. Bach, arr. Ralph Sauer
Reverie: Claude, Arr. Eric Damahek
Galop: Jan Bach 
Amazing Grace: arr. Luther Henderson
Mini Overture: Witold Lutoslawski
Fly Me to the Moon: Bart Howard, arr. Jack Gale
Suite from Porgy and Bess:  George Gershwin, arr. Luther Henderson
        I. Summertime   
        II. It Ain’t Necessarily So
        III. Bess You is My Woman Now
Because: Lennon-McCartney, arr. Kyle Anderson
Eleanor Rigby: Lennon-McCartney, arr. Kyle Anderson
Wop: Jakeisrain and C Street Brass
Time is Running Out: Muse, arr. Kyle Anderson

About C Street Brass:
 C Street Brass began as a small music project between five friends who are coincidentally the most handsome men ever to grace the earth. C Street Brass connects lovers of the arts from all walks of life around a unique and innovative concert experience. The group prides itself on being equally as comfortable in the sound world of baroque music as it is in dubstep. Through constant performance focused on discovery and growth C Street Brass continues to expand the limits of what is possible with five brass instruments. 
C Street Brass, ensemble in residence at Carnegie Mellon University, now calls Pittsburgh home. If you hear brass music coming from downtown, chances are it's C Street Brass playing on the street honing material for a new show.

C Street Brass loves collaborating with other artists to create new exciting concert atmospheres for our audiences. In 2010 the group premiered “Two Pieces for Brass Quintet and Organ” by composer David Conte with famous organist and scholar Donald Sutherland. Recently, C Street Brass has been working closely with DJ, Jakeisrain blending different genres of classical music with current electronic dance music.

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