Gramercy Brass Orchestra celebrates its 40th Anniversary with a concert on Irving Place.
On September 6th, The Gramercy Brass Orchestra celebrated its 40th Anniversary with a free neighborhood concert on Irving Place. Led by the orchestra's principal and director, John Henry Lambert, the anniversary concert included guest appearances by Broadway Star, vocalist, and actor Matthew Hydzik and legendary NYC Trumpet Soloist from The Music Manorchestra Wayne Dumaine, with guest emcee Michael Schuil, voice-over artist, singer, and actor.
The presentation was made possible by leading support from Amazon, and generous financial support from friends of Gramercy Brass Orchestra of NY.
A private VIP reception took place following the concert for sponsors and supporters of Gramercy Brass Orchestra of NY, hosted by NY1 Morning Show anchor Pat Kiernan.
About the Gramercy Brass Orchestra
Gramercy Brass Orchestra of NY first appeared on the scene in NYC in 1982 as a new ensemble of seasoned professional instrumentalists, with a concert at the Trinity Church on Wall Street. Founded by John Henry Lambert, a young trumpeter residing in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of NYC, Gramercy Brass Orchestra in its 40 years has appeared at Lincoln Center, Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College, Jazz at Lincoln Center, on tour at the Majestic Theater in Gettysburg PA, Shandelee Music Festival in Livingston Manor NY, many NYC parks, and has produced four celebrated commercially released recordings. Gramercy Brass Orchestra has also made appearances for major corporate events of Bristol Myers Squibb, British Airways, Volvo, Nike, Avon Products, The National Arts Club, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park Conservancy, ANA Educational Foundation, Union Square and Flatiron Partnerships, World Financial Center, the City of New York, and many others. Contact email@example.com for more information, or at 212 229 7607.
GNA congratulates John Henry Lambert and the Gramercy Brass Orchestra on 40 years of music excellence.