Hot Horns

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Hot Horns – “New Orleans” inspired Horn Band is a vibrant, award winning, internationally acclaimed, professional touring ensemble.  Hot Horns regularly travels the United States presenting concerts, interactive educational concerts and master-classes in concert halls, theatres, and at primary and secondary schools, and universities. Led by trumpeter, Glen Johnson, Hot Horns is the premiere educational ensemble of its kind. Unique to Hot Horns is its all-inclusive instrumentation and

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Hot Horns is the premiere educational ensemble of its kind, having cooperative relationships with a number of Young Audiences state organization, providing both educational and concert opportunities. The musicians derive great satisfaction from their youth activities and spend considerable amounts of their time encouraging and mentoring young brass players across the country. Hot Horns are performing artists for the Indianapolis Arts Council, Young Audiences of Maryland, United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, North Carolina, Johnston County Arts Council, North Carolina, The Moore County Arts Council, North Carolina, Arts and Science Council in Charlotte, North Carolina, The Arts Council of Fayetteville / Cumberland County, North Carolina, and the South Carolina Arts Commission. The ensemble has performed hundreds of educational programs, demonstration concerts, master classes, as well as individual instructional clinics.

Education:

Hot Horns members have Bachelors of Music, Master of Music, and Doctor of Music Degrees from universities around the United States.

Affiliations:

Indianapolis Musicians Union Local 3, Indianapolis Arts Council, Young Audiences of Maryland, United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, North Carolina, Johnston County Arts Council, North Carolina, The Moore County Arts Council, North Carolina, Arts and Science Council in Charlotte, North Carolina, The Arts Council of Fayetteville / Cumberland County, North Carolina, and the South Carolina Arts Commission.

Awards:

Numerous awards include receiving the Grand Prize at the New York Brass Conference International Brass Quintet Competition in 2003, and two Career Development grants from the Peabody Conservatory.

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  • Hot Horns \"Brooklyn\"

  • Hot Horns \"New Blood\"

  • Hot Horns \"Birdland\"

  • Hot Horns \"Star Spangled Banner\"

  • Hot Horns \"Fat Lip\"

  • Hot Horns \"Take the \"A\" Train\"

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