Brass of the Potomac Live Streaming




Brass Of The PoBOTP logotomac, conducted by Stephen Bulla, will perform at the  2015 US Army Tuba-Euphonium Workshop, January 31st, at 1:45 pm. This one-hour concert will be streamed live and will feature several military band soloists. To view the live stream, simply go to this link, then scroll down to Saturday at 1:45pm:

2015 Tuba-Euphonium Workshop
Brucker Hall, Loboda Studio
Ft. Myer, Virginia
- Into The Sky (Bulla)
- Cross Of Honour (Rimmer)
- Journey Into Freedom (Ball)
- Tuba Duet “Radiant Pathway” (Condon)
- The Red Machine (Graham)
- Euphonium Solo “Air ‘N Variations” (Bulla)
- The Invincible Army (Leidzen)
submitted by Stephen Bulla


In Concert! Five Lakes Silver Band

In Concert! Five Lakes Silver Band
February 13, 2015 – 8 PM
Five Lakes Silver Band Presents concert:
Passion & Drama – Secular & Sacred
Salvation Army
3015 North Main Street, Royal Oak, MI

Royal Oak — “Passion & Drama – Secular & Sacred” — The Five Lakes Silver Band (FLSB) will present a collection of wide-ranging pieces devoted to passion and drama.  Tender love of one’s homeland is evoked by Philip Harper’s haunting Hebridean Lullaby,  performed as a solo on Baritone Horn by Mike Fisher (Royal Oak).  A dramatic and amusing double love story is the subject of Mozart’s beloved The Magic Flute.  Sacred passion is the centerpiece of Eric Ball’s classic for brass band – Resurgam.   Matt Taton (Midland), will perform the enduring love song My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose as a solo for Bb Cornet.   The mystic drama of earth and heavenly spirits are portrayed in the Ballet from The Perfect Fool by Gustav Holst.  Even comic dramatics get play with Philip Graham’s very entertaining Cartoon Music!
An engaging evening of musical drama awaits!
Five Lakes Silver Band
Founded in 2006, Five Lakes Silver Band is an internationally acclaimed British style Brass Band based in Royal Oak, Michigan. Comprised of volunteer brass and percussion musicians, the FLSB draws its members from music professionals in orchestras, big bands, and chamber ensembles as well as collegiate and secondary music educators from Michigan and the Great Lakes region.

For more information:
Steve Molnar
For ticket information and advance ticket sales:
General Admission – $15
Senior Admission – $12
Students 18 & under free
Tickets available at door night of performance

Zenith Brass performance

You can enjoy a free concert performed by 30 of the Detroit area’s best youth musicians. Celebrating its 20th season, Zenith Brass will present its Fall Concert entitled “Expressive Brass” at 7 pm, Sunday, November 23 at the Rochester Adams High School Auditorium, 3200 W. Tienken Rd at Adams Rd, in Rochester Hills, MI.

Music ranges from Bach (1720) to Puccini (1925) to several living composers.  This free concert will feature music expressing a variety of emotions including nostalgia, peacefulness, patriotism and reverence.  The program will be a mix of classical and popular music with a commentary on each piece by the announcer.

Zenith Brass is a charitable organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

For the complete program and more information about this energetic group of teenage musicians, go to

submitted by Mark Petty