Calendar / Past Events

February 2, 2017 – March 14, 2015
Feb 2 2017

RMPBB tour to Indiana

Muncie, Indiana
Jan 25 2017

Midwest Tour


RMPBB midwest tour including concert at the prestigious Reif Performing Arts Center

Jan 7 2017

APAP Showcases

Hilton Hotel
Jan 1 2017

RMPBB Outer Banks Retreat

Outer Banks, NCNCUSA
Outer Banks NC
Dec 9 2016

Holiday Concert

Jul 29 2016

New Orleans Retreat

New OrleansLouisianaUSA
New Orleans

RMPBB New Orleans Retreat Schedule*

June 29

4PM retreat house open

6PM orientation 

7:30PM  masterclass Rodney Marsalis

June 30

10:30AM  masterclass Dr. Zenas Kim-Banther

7:30PM masterclass John Banther

June 31

10:30AM  masterclass Rodney Marsalis

7:30PM masterclass JD Shaw

July 1 

10:30AM  masterclass JD Shaw

7:30PM masterclass Rodney Marsalis

* schedule subject to change

Jun 5 2016
Apr 1 2016

McGlothin Center for the Arts

Emory and Henry College concert and residency
Mar 3 2016

Residency and Concert

South BendIndianaUSA
Indiana University South Bend
Jan 3 2016

RMPBB Outer Banks Residency

DuckNorth CarolinaUSA
RMPBB retreat house
Oct 7 2015
Sep 26 2015

Bucks County Playhouse presents: Brothers On The Battlefield

New HopePA
Bucks County Playhouse


“Brothers on the Battlefield” is a theatrically-staged production including a historically-informed narrative and a multimedia presentation in honor of the end of the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War. Six virtuoso brass musicians, New Hope's own JaQuinley Kerr, and a pianist perform a broad range of music from the Civil War through the Civil Rights Movement.

The concert is tied together through narration which includes dramatic readings from Civil War letters and inspirational readings from the works of Dr. Maya Angelou, interspersed with breathtaking multimedia depicting imagery. Repertoire includes influential American music spanning pre-Civil War through the years following the Civil Rights Movement

Well known works such as “When the Saints Go Marching In,” the beloved “West Side Story” (Leonard Bernstein), memorable tunes like “Ashokan Farewell” and “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” and the toe tapping John Philip Sousa march “Stars and Stripes Forever” will make for a fun-filled memorable evening.

The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass is widely considered to be one of the world’s leading brass ensembles. Always striving to reflect the diverse makeup of men and women in American culture, the group is especially dedicated to reaching out to the world’s youth and inspiring them to reach for their dreams.




Apr 24 2015

RMPBB at Temple University Performing Arts Center

Temple University Performing Arts Center
Apr 21 2015
Mar 14 2015

The Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass with Maryland Symphony

Maryland Symphony

Brothers On The Battlefield

with Maryland Symphony Orchestra

March 14 8PM

March 15 3PM