HONOLULU – Spanish Brass, one of world’s foremost brass quintets, will perform one performance only at the historic Hawaii Theatre on Sunday, November 17, 2013; at 2:00 PM. Ticket prices are $35 (plus a $3/ticket Theatre restoration fee).

Since winning the First Prize in the 6th “Ville de Narbonne” (France) International Competition for Brass Quintets in 1996, considered the world’s most prestigious event of its type, they have performed worldwide and are recognized as one of the most dynamic and established brass ensembles on the international scene. Their many US tours have made them a favorite of American audiences.

The ensemble is also known as Spanish Brass Luur Metalls. The Luur was a Bronze Age Scandinavian instrument, the ancestor of modern brass instruments. Metalls means “brass” in the Valencian language of their home region of Spain.

The varied program will feature works ranging from Bach, Verdi, and Manuel de Falla to Duke Ellington, Fats Waller and Ramon Cardo.

Ticket and event information is available from the Hawaii Theatre box office located Downtown at 1130 Bethel Street (between Hotel and Pauahi Streets) during regular box office hours; Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Discounts for Hawaii Theatre Members, groups of 10 or more, youth (18 and under), seniors (62 and older), and students and military (with valid ID). Some restrictions may apply. Concierge offers available.

If you are not currently a Hawaii Theatre member, but would like to take advantage of member discount opportunities, you may call the Hawaii Theatre box office at (808) 528-0506 and become a member and receive your benefits immediately with your paid membership.

To Charge by Phone during regular box office hours, call (808) 528-0506. Major US credit cards, JCB and UnionPay cards accepted. Tickets and information also available 24/7 at www.hawaiitheatre.com. Please note that online purchases require additional payment of convenience fees.

Sponsored, in part, by: Aston at the Executive Centre, Hawaiian Airlines, and Hawaiian Springs Natural Water.

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