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Boston Brass returns for concert, classes at NDSU

Acclaimed band will perform world premiere number from Grammy-winning composer

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Boston Brass will perform with NDSU bands this week.
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FARGO — The Boston Brass return this week for a residency at North Dakota State University's Challey School of Music .

The quartet will perform alongside the NDSU Jazz Ensemble and Wind Symphony as well as present the world premiere of a new composition, "Perplexing Times,” by four-time Grammy-winning composer, Gordon Goodwin.

The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, in Festival Concert Hall. The show is free and open to the public.

The Boston Brass will also teach master classes and work closely with students during the residency.


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