Boston Brass Tunes Up for Rogers Center Performance

Renowned jazz quintet Boston Brass will hit the stage at the Rogers Center for the Arts on Thursday, March 23, for their only New England performance this spring.
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Reserved tickets to the 7:30 p.m show are $40; $35 for seniors, students and Merrimack employees and alumni; and $10 for children 10 and under. They can be purchased at the Rogers Center box office or online.

From classical to jazz to the best of the brass quintet repertoire, Boston Brass treats audiences of all ages to a unique brand of entertainment. 

During the first half of their performance, members of the group will present their favorite selections, with captivating stories and insights into these time-honored pieces. At intermission, the audience will have the chance to vote for the numbers they’d like to hear during the second set.

Prior to the performance, the group will teach a free master brass class for all ages at the Rogers Center.

For more information about the Boston Brass class or performance, contact the Rogers Center for the Arts at 978-837-5355 or visit


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