In January of that year, the Baltimore Brass was conceived over a several beers in the Bill Bateman’s Bistro on the campus of Towson University by graduate students. Upon graduation, the Baltimore Brass found their home at one of Baltimore’s most beautiful churches, St. Mark’s Lutheran.
Today, the Baltimore Brass is comprised of the finest brass musicians in region. The ensemble was highlighted in Music Monthly Magazine as the finest classical chamber ensemble in the region and received international attention on the highly-acclaimed Discovery Channel. The Baltimore Brass also received the distinctive honor as the “official” brass ensemble of the Fort McHenry Guard, located at the Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine in Baltimore, MD where the quintet performs several times each year. The Baltimore Brass also received official proclamations from the governments of Anne Arundel and Carroll Counties declaring October 1st as Baltimore Brass Day, in recognition for their many contributions to the artistic culture of the community.
The Baltimore Brass is in high demand performing corporate engagements such as ribbon cuttings, opening ceremonies, and holiday parties, weddings and cocktail hours, graduation ceremonies, concert series’, and many other memorable engagements.