Friday, October 18, 2013

Vendor Spotlight: Ryan Hobbs and Northside Brass

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Northside Brass is a full service music group that offers unique music for weddings, private parties, and corporate events. They offer solo trumpet, classical brass trio, classical brass quintet, jazz trio, and a jazz quartet with a vocalist. Their small groups create a beautiful atmosphere with live music that your guests are sure to enjoy. They offer packages for both the ceremony and cocktail hour.

Check out some of their music here. We love "Autumn Leaves" and "Cannon in D"!





Ryan Hobbs founded Northside Brass in 2010, out of a desire to diversify his career and create new opportunities to collaborate with other musicians. Ryan is a Chicago native having grown up in Geneva, IL. He then went on to study music at DePaul University (BM) and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (MM). He maintains an active freelance schedule along with teaching a full studio of private students.





Upcoming schedule:

10/19- NB Brass Trio at St. Ann's Parish in Lansing for Centennial celebration.

10/27- NB Solo Trumpet at Grace Lutheran in Glen Ellyn.

11/29- NB Brass Quintet Exchange with Second City Brass Quintet in Chicago.

12/6- NB Brass Quintet performing "Christmas Brass" at the Geneva Christmas Walk to benefit the Zellmer Childhood Disease Foundation Gala.

12/19- NB Brass Quintet performing "Christmas Brass" at Monarch Landing Retirement Community in Naperville.

12/24-12/25- NB Brass Quartet playing for Christmas Services at Holy Spirit Catholic Community in Naperville.




This summer the Brass Groups and Jazz Groups performed all over Chicagoland including The Pleasant Home in Oak Park, St. Peters Cathedral in Rockford, St. Mary of the Angels in Chicago, and Sts. Cyril and Methodius in Lemont.






For more information on Ryan Hobbs and Northside Brass, find them on Facebook and Twitter (@northsidebrass), or visit their website at http://northsidebrass.com. Mention you found them here on ChicagoStyle Weddings!

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