The MSU Brass Quintet is a newly formed group as of the spring of 2012. Previously the group was only used for the Madrigal Dinner put on by the MSU Chorale, but recently they have performed at several venues for many different events including playing for General Wesley Clark, the Big Sky Art Festival, the Science Olympiad held at MSU and as a feature during the brass weekend put on by Dr. Tim Dueppen at MSU. The members include three music majors and two engineering members. They are very dedicated individuals and talented musicians. Many of them are involved in several other groups at MSU including the MSU Symphony, the MSU wind Symphony and the One O’clock while also being full time students. They are taught by Dr. Tim Dueppen and they rehearse once or twice a week at MSU. These free concerts take place the first Monday of the month, February through July, during the noon hour in the Library’s Large Community Room. The public is invited to explore music that is original, exciting, and most of all, fun. This series is sponsored by the Bozeman Public Library Foundation. Please contact Paula Beswick at email@example.com or 582-2426 with any questions. This concert is free and open to the public.