The Brass Connection Tirol played in Kitzbühel last night. I was allowed to tag along and take a load of pictures.
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The program was varied, ranging from Renaissance to Jazz, and very entertaining. The highlights were Florian Bramböck’s Rundgemälde-Suite, which was premiered, and a suite from Carmina Burana by Carl Orff, arranged by Otto Hornek for the BCT. The full program they played:
Sadly, they only got to play one encore, but the audience seemed a bit zoned-out after Brass Machine, which was a fantastic way to end the evening.
Yesterday before heading out to the concert, I stumbled across a post by Zack Arias where he showed some experimental multiple exposures he took during a concert. I tried that trick as well and came up with some interesting results:
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And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for, the link to the whole album:
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