Applause for a Cause is an event that includes a Benefit Concert, Raffle, and Reception. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Tuned-In outreach program of the Peabody Preparatory to purchase new instruments.
The concert includes performances from Peabody Chamber groups Full House Brass, Carlos Manuel Zabala and Guest Artist, Eastern Edge Brass. It will also feature videos created by the Peabody Trumpet Studio as well as performances by Tuned-In students.
Tuned-In is a community development program of the Peabody Preparatory which offers full Peabody Preparatory scholarships to promising public school music students. Once accepted, the students receive a weekly private lesson with Preparatory faculty, the opportunity to work with accompanists, ensemble playing and invitations for them and their families to attend concerts and other cultural events around Baltimore.
Admission is $5 for students, $15 for adults,
OR a donation of a Woodwind, Brass, or String Instrument.
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Carlos Manuel Zabala, trumpet/flugelhorn
Born in Cardona (Uruguay), Carlos Manuel Zabala is the first trumpet player with a college degree in performance in the history of his country. He attended the National University School of Music of Uruguay, and is actually pursuing a Masters of Music in Performance at the Peabody Institute of Music (Baltimore, USA), in the studio of Joe Burgstaller and Ed Hoffman.
He has attended several Music Festivals such as Music Academy of the West (Santa Barbara, CA), Isla Verde Bronces International Festival (Argentina), Campos do Jordao Winter Festival (Brazil) and Chosen Vale International Trumpet Seminar (USA). On the other hand, he regularly performs and teachers in several outreach music programs from Latin America, Sembrando Talentos Uruguay and Alfredo de Saint Malo Music Festival (Panamá), among others.
He holds the Mabelle Antoniette Leonhardtsen del Mal Schoolarship (2011-2013), James Stephenson Scholarship (2010), National Fund of Music of Uruguay Scholarship (2009, 2011 and 2013), and was congratulated with Category A at the National Competition for the Jeunesses Musicales International (Uruguay, 2009).
Carlos Manuel Zabala performs in the most diverse and unique ensembles. From tango, bossa-nova and traditional latin american rhythms to the standard classical repertoire. He is constantly working on discovering, arranging, and transcribing music from the most diverse styles and genres for both, trumpet and flugelhorn.
Eastern Edge Brass
The Eastern Edge Brass Quintet, founded in 2010, is a well established group based out of the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. With their unique and well blended sound, the group regularly performs a wide variety of music at Peabody as well as neighboring communities extending along the east coast. Eastern Edge is regularly coached by Joe Burgstaller, former trumpet player of the Canadian Brass and Co-leader of the Burgstaller-Martignon 4. In addition to Mr. Burgstaller, Eastern Edge has also been under the instruction of Larry Williams, member of the Lyric Brass Quintet, and has performed in many masterclasses for those such as Phil Snedecor and the Army Brass Quintet.
The group is very involved with the Baltimore and neighboring communities, participating in outreach programs like mentoring students from City Neighbors High School, performing at My Sisters Place, retirement homes, and in benefit concerts for Tuned-In, an organization that raises money to buy instruments for the inner city kids of Baltimore. During the year Eastern Edge Brass is the Ensemble in Residence at Old Saint Paul's Episcopal Church in Baltimore under Music Director Douglas Buchanan.