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Seraph Brass brings colorful, chimeric sound to Florence

Championing women brass players and works by new and underrepresented composers, the ensemble comes to the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center for an orchestral concert on Monday and a chamber recital on Tuesday.

In this Sonatas & Soundscapes interview that aired Thursday, November 10th, host Bradley Fuller speaks with trumpeter and Seraph Brass founder Mary Elizabeth Bowden. Bowden shares about the origins, repertoire, and mission of Seraph Brass, and offers insights into Anthony DiLorenzo’s Chimera—the concerto that the ensemble will perform alongside the Florence Symphony Orchestra on Monday, November 14th.

More information about Seraph Brass’s performances at the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Center can be found at https://fmupac.org/ and http://www.seraphbrass.com/events

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Originally from Greenwood, SC, Bradley Fuller has maintained a deep interest in classical music since the age of six. With piano lessons throughout grade school and involvement in marching and concert bands on the saxophone, Bradley further developed musical abilities as well as an appreciation for the importance of arts education.