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Sun, Jul 17


Cape Cod Museum of Art

Brentwood Brass Play American Pops

Iconic tunes from Broadway shows, films, jazz, rock, soul and R&B will be the centerpiece of this concert.

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Brentwood Brass Play American Pops
Brentwood Brass Play American Pops

Time & Location

Jul 17, 2022, 4:30 PM

Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA


Music & More Summer Concert Series: Brentwood Brass Play American Pops

Sunday, July 17, 2022, 4:30pm - 5:30pm.

Member $17 / Non-Member $20

Season Pass: Member $160 / Non-Member $195

All concerts are held outside, under the tent in our sculpture garden. In the case of rain, the concert will be held inside the museum in our spacious gallery. No need to bring chairs, we have plenty for everyone! Feel free to pack a picnic lunch to enjoy on our lawn before the concert!

This program features some of the most memorable American music specially arranged for brass quintet.  Iconic tunes from Broadway shows, films, jazz, rock, soul and R&B will be the centerpiece of this concert. And of course, a few marches and patriotic tunes to round out the program!  Brentwood Brass includes two trumpets, french horn, trombone, and tuba plus two in-house arrangers who create unique renditions of great music you know and love.

Thomas Bober, trumpet, French horn, tuba

A classically trained trumpeter, Thom has performed with the Cape Cod Symphony and Plymouth Philharmonic, in addition to the Outer Cape and Chatham Chorales, and the Falmouth Interfaith Choir. He has played in the musical pits of Barnstable High School and the Cape Repertory Theatre. He has a chiropractic practice in Osterville.

Paul Chatelain, trumpet

Paul is a licensed realtor and owns Chatelain Real Estate where he acts as operations manager. He actively plays trumpet as a member of the Brewster Town Band and Cape Community Orchestra and is lucky enough to perform at various locations and with various groups throughout the year.

George Fichter, French horn

George has performed in local amateur orchestras, as he and his family moved around the country and overseas. After serving six years as an Air Force meteorologist, he worked as a computer engineer at HP, his own translation company, and IBM.  After retiring and until recently, he traveled the world training translators.  It is a privilege to join these accomplished musicians.

Charles Katuska, trombone

A retired ecologist, Chuck has been performing throughout New England over the past 40 years in jazz ensembles, concert bands, symphonies and brass groups. In addition to playing alongside Dizzy Gillespie, Urbie Green, and Jane Bloom, he has performed in Carnegie Hall in NYC and the Konzertgebau in Amsterdam. Chuck continues to seek out new and challenging opportunities to share music on the Cape.

Joseph Mongelli, trumpet

Joe has been a mainstay in the Cape jazz community since moving to Harwich full-time in 2015.  His groups - the Joe Mongelli Jazz Trio and The Cape Jazz Crew have performed sold-out concerts recreating the music of Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Frank Sinatra, Ruby Braff, and Art Blakey at many Cape venues. His 2016 CD WashAshore, recorded here on Cape Cod, received high critical acclaim for creative arrangements, stellar ensemble playing and inspired improvisation.  It can be heard on Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music and available on Amazon.

Joe has a Master of Performance degree from The Manhattan School of Music where he was a featured jazz soloist.  He studied classical trumpet with Mel Broiles, Phil Smith, and Alan Dean; arranging with Don Sebesky.

Andrew Newman, tuba

Although Andrew Newman’s primary instrument is the tuba, he is also a seasoned bass trombone and euphonium player. An- drew has performed with the Cape Cod Symphony on bass and tenor tuba, Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, Colorado Philharmonic, Harkness Ballet, Cape Conservatory Jazz Ensemble, and many other groups. He owns Andrew Newman Design, a creative digital agency. While graphic design became his profession, music has remained an enduring passion.

Cancellation policy: CCMoA must be notified 1 week prior for refund.


  • CCMoA Member

    Sunday, July 17, 2022, 4:30pm - 5:30pm.

  • Non-Member

    Sunday, July 17, 2022, 4:30pm - 5:30pm.





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