Dallas Brass to perform in Marshalltown on April 13

International instrumental sensation, Dallas Brass, will bring their dynamic and stirring performance to the Marshalltown Community High School/Community Auditorium on at 7 p.m. April 13.

This is a special one-time performance that features the Marshalltown High School, Miller Middle School and BCLUW High School bands. For more information by telephone call 641-366-3093, by email at gmcca@heartofiowa.net or at the association website, www.mccaiowa.net.

Marshalltown Community Concert Association has been selected to receive funding from Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest, generously supported by the National Endowment for the Arts with additional contributions from Iowa Arts Council.

Arts Midwest Touring Fund is a program of Arts Midwest that engages people in meaningful experiences with the fine arts of dance, music, theater, and other performing arts forms. Inter-state touring and the engagement of professional artists is central to the work of Arts Midwest.

“Arts Midwest is proud to support MCCA in their upcoming engagement of Dallas Brass. In these economically trying times, arts events like this not only provide uplifting experiences for audiences, they also create meaningful jobs for those employed in the arts industry – thus amplifying the effectiveness of our funding,” Arts Midwest Executive Director David J. Fraher said.

The Marshalltown Community Concert Association is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization presenting world-class entertainment to the Marshalltown Community since 1949. Through the generosity of patrons and sponsors, the MCCA is able to present these concerts at affordable, family-friendly prices.

About Dallas Brass

Founded in 1983 by Michael Levine, Dallas Brass is one of America’s most acclaimed music ensembles. Compromised of five brass players and a percussionist, they project an enormous range of style and emotion.

DB typically incorporates local high school bands into their concerts revealing their dedication not only to performance, but to the musical development of youth. DB has appeared with numerous orchestras nationwide, including the Cincinnati and New York Pops and has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center and stages across Europe and Asia.