The Kalamazoo Brass Collective has one of the broadest and most diverse set of brass trio literature in the Midwest.

The Collective uses established brass trio pieces in addition to dozens of arrangements by one of the founding members of the trio, Ayako Nakamura. This breadth of repertoire allows the Kalamazoo Brass Collective to entertain diverse audiences while showcasing the unique characteristics of the ensemble.  


Jazz & Pops

Gershwin Set (Summertime, Promenade, Prelude #2, Rialto Rippes Rag)

Music from Harry Pottter

Imperial March/Mars

The Simpsons Theme

When You Wish Upon A Rainbow

Selections from West Side Story

Tennessee Waltz

Satin Doll

The Chicken

All You Need is Love

Yesterday

Misty

How Can I Tell You

Moonlight Serenade

Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen

Super Mario Bros. Theme

Flight of the Bumble Bee


Christmas

Sleigh Bells Ring! (Jingle Bells, It's Beginning to Look Like Christmas, Sleigh Ride)

Hark the Herald Angels Sing

O Tannenbaum

O Come, All Ye Faithful

Up on the Housetop

Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!

Over the River and Through the Wood

O Holy Night

It Came Upon A Midnight Clear

Frosty the Snowman

The Christmas Song (Chestnuts)

As I Sat Under a Holly Tree

Prelude from "Christmas Oratorio"

Good King Wenceslas

Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy

 

 

 

 

Classical

Sonata (Poulenc)

Duncan Trio (Sampson)

Trio for Brass (Plog)

"O thou that Tellest" from Messiah

"Brass Trio" (Wolfram)

"Trio" (Schnyder)

A Philharmonic Fanfare (Ewazen)

March from "Love for Three Oranges"

Pomp and Circumstance

Trumpet Voluntary

Trumpet Tune

Renaissance Set (Sumer is Icumen In, Douce Memoire, En L'ombre D'un Buissonet)

Allegro from BWV 985 (Bach)

Bagatelles No. 1 (Saint-Saens)

Reverie (Debussy)

Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral

Ave Maria (Schubert)

Concerto in B-flat Maj, BWV 982 (Bach)


Hymns & Folk

Shall We Gather at the River 

All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name

O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

Be Strong in the Lord

Scarborough Fair

Black is the Color

Battle Hymn of the Republic

My Old Kentucky Home