Concert Brass Promenade

HAN 24.04.2022 Brass Promenade © Goethe-Institut Hanoi

Sun, 24.04.2022

20 Uhr

Manzi Exhibition Space (Hanoi)

Using the three movements of Gustav Holst’s Suite No. 1 as a recurring theme of three locations, Brass Promenade features a diverse mix of repertoire ranging from Italian baroque, Russian romanticism, to the 20th century fanfares and operas, finishing with new arrangements of contemporary works including some Vietnamese favorite melodies.

Indulging in a unique blend of experience: listening, walking, climbing the stairs, the audience will discover a new face of brass music, quite distinct from section identity associated with their role in symphony orchestras. This performance by Hanoi Brass Community will surprise through unexpected transformations and interesting interactions with spaces, explore various acoustics from a chamber room of the venerable  French villa to a rough terrace resembling a contemporary artist’s studio -  from indoors to outdoors, on the ground then up in the high-rise.

This event is part of manzi’s art programme supported by Goethe-Institut.

Program

Part 1: Cafe - 14 Phan Huy Ích (~20Min) | 1 movement from suite No.1 - Gustav Holst <Quintet>
“Concert duets for two trumpet” - Allen Vizutti Yuki Urushihara
Pham The Hoanh
“Fanfare for St. Edmundsbury” - Benjamin Britten Jonathan Scott
Phan Binh
Pham The Hoanh
Part 2: Exhibition space - 2 ngõ Hàng Bún (~25min) | 2nd movement from Suite No.1 - Gustav Holst <Quintet> 
“Concerto for two Trumpets” - Antonio Vivaldi Jonathan Scott
Baba Yasunori
“Rustique” - Eugene Bozza Yuki Urushihara
Phan Huy Phuc
“Vocalize” - Sergei Rachmaninov Truong Tan Sang
Phan Huy Phuc
“Fantasy” - Francis Thome Dang Van Chinh
Phan Huy Phuc
“Duet from Pearl fisher” - Georges Bizet Jonathan Scott
Truong Tan Sang
Part 3: Rooftop (~30 min) | 3rd movement from Suite Nr.1 - Gustav Holst <Quintet>
“Tico tico” - Zequinha de Abreu All
“Overture from Barbiere Sevilla” - Gioachino Rossini Trumpet Ensemble
“Mr Jums from Three Brass cats” - Chris Hazell All
“Excerpts from Carmen suite” - Georges Bizet All
“Bong Bong Bang Bang” - 365 da band/ Arr. Alexander Ian Oon All
“Vietnam que huong toi” - Do Nhuan/ Arr. Alexander Ian Oon Pham The Hoanh, Yuki Urushihara, Phan Binh, Tran Quoc Binh, Dang Van Chinh, Jonathan Scott, Nguyen Minh Quy, Baba Yasunori, Bui Ngoc Linh, Dao Duong Khanh, Viet Duc, Truong Tan Sang

Musicians

Yuki Urushihara (1990): Trumpet
Yuki Urushihara © Goethe-Institut Hanoi Yuki Urushihara was born and raised in a musical family. His father is a cellist and his mother is a violinist. He started to play the trumpet when he was 7 and the piano at the age of 12. He graduated with his Bachelor and Master Degree for trumpet performance at the HMT Rostock, Germany.

He was a member of several youth orchestras, which allowed him to experience various musical aspects and epochs. Those orchestras include Junior Philharmonic Orchestra Tokyo, Asian Youth Orchestra (Hong Kong), as well as experienced as extra with the Staatsoper Berlin, and the Orchestra Akademie at the Norddeutsche Philharmonie Rostock.

From 2018 Yuki Urushihara moved to Hanoi Vietnam, until 2021 he worked as associate principal trumpet player at the Sun symphony orchestra in Hanoi.

Hoành Phạm (1991) TRUMPET
Hoành Phạm © Goethe-Institut Hanoi Hoanh Pham is a Trumpet / Music Production player born and raised in Hanoi, he started playing Trumpet in 2003 at the Vietnam National Academy of Music, while studying at the Academy of Music. In Vietnam, he has been working with many different orchestras in Hanoi such as the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra, the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet, the Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra and the Rhapsody philharmonic.

In 2018, he graduated from the Vietnam National Academy of Music and has worked at the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra until now. Along with research and experimentation combines traditional Vietnamese culture with his trumpet. In 2018, 2019, 2020 he joined the Wonder Art Education, Practice and Research Organization run by pianist Trang Trinh, to carry out art projects towards the introduction of trumpets and traditional Vietnamese music for audiences aged 2 to 12 years old. In 2020, he collaborated with the Asia Education Foundation of the University of Melbourne to incorporate traditional music for use in the Podcast Series Building BRIDGES for World Teachers Day. In Podcast Series he plays on the online music platform Spotify 2020 is also the year he and his friends from different orchestras create Hanoi Brass Community to create a playground for brass lovers in general, including Hanoi Brass Quintet and Hanoi Brass Ensemble.

Besides performing orchestral programs and with Hanoi Brass Quintet, he was invited to teach Trumpet at British Vietnamese International bilingual School and British International School, he also the Suggest Teacher to do Trumpet private lessons in United Nations International School Hanoi (UNIS Hanoi).

Đào Dương Khánh (2000) TROMBONE
Đào Dương Khánh © Goethe-Institut Hanoi Khanh start study Tenor Trombone from 2012 at VietNam National Academy of Music. Now keep study music College at VNAM. He had participated in “Ha Noi Phiharmonic” , “VietNam National Symphony Orchestra”. Solist in SSO’s educational concert (wind session).

Phúc Phan (1987) PIANO
Phúc Phan © Goethe-Institut Hanoi Phuc Phan finished his musical studies at Lake Forest College in Illinois, and has been active musician in Hanoi since 2013. He is pianist for the opera troupe and orchestra of the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet, co-runs the opera club Operaphilia in Hanoi, and is the music instructor of Alexandre Yersin international high school.

 

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