New Horizons Antique Brass
Thursday, 11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Location: First Unitarian Church – S. Winton Rd.
Tuition with lessons at ECMS: $112
Tuition with membership in a core ensemble: $93
Antique Brass is an opportunity for New Horizons Brass Players to make music in a brass choir setting, with instrumentation including trumpets, French horn, trombone, euphonium, and tuba. The group performs at least twice per school year: once in the fall, and once in the spring. Repertoire selections will encompass classics, as well as modern hits arranged for brass choir.
This is a yearlong course divided into two semesters. Spring semester will be automatically re-registered unless written notification is received by December 1.
*Updated to reflect 2022-2023 year
New Horizons Discounts
- Those registered in a core ensemble receive a 25% discount on all other New Horizons Ensembles. Core ensembles include Green Band, Intermediate & Advanced Band, Beginning Strings, Full Orchestra, Advanced String Orchestra, Chorus, Big Band, and Jazz Ensemble.
- Those registered in Intermediate & Advanced Bands or Advanced String Orchestra receive 50% off Full Orchestra.
- New Horizons tuition is FREE for those who are 90 or older.
- Snowbird Policy: New Horizons members who are gone four or more consecutive months during the winter are asked to notify the ECMS office by December, and they will be billed for the fall semester only. All are welcome to attend rehearsals for the balance of the school year at no additional charge when they return. Click here for complete policy details.
How to Register
New students and students registering after mid-September: ECMS Registration Form
Continuing ECMS students may re-register online from May until September.
Paper registration forms available upon request: (585) 274-1400
Once registered, students may begin attending classes. The only registration confirmation you will receive is your bill. You may log on to check your registrations at any time. Click here for complete details on registration and policies.