Music at Asbury presents Regimental Brass Quintet of West Point




SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 2023 AT 4 P.M.

In case of rain, concert will be held inside the sanctuary.

Tuckahoe, NY – Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church is delighted to present the Regimental Brass Quintet of West Point in a free outdoor concert, produced under the auspices of the church’s professional concert series, Music at Asbury.

Comprised of graduates from America’s finest music schools, the professional musicians of the West Point Band provide world-class music and support to educate, train, and inspire the Corps of Cadets and to serve as ambassadors of the United States Military Academy and the Army for local, national, and international communities. The West Point Band’s chamber ensembles perform for official military functions, social occasions, formal concerts, public service and educational youth clinics and concerts. The Regimental Brass was formed in 2003 and presents a diverse repertoire from Renaissance to modern works to its audiences. In addition to its performances for military functions, the ensemble has been featured on concert series throughout the country, recently including performances in Florida, Oregon, Connecticut, South Dakota, Utah, and Iowa.

This is a 70-minute program with no intermission, held outdoors in the open air chapel at Asbury United Methodist Church. Reservations are recommended for concert seating; lawn seating and “bring your own chair” seating available in the rear of the parking lot. Ample parking. Refreshments will be served following the performance.

Reservations can be made online at or by calling the church office 914-779-3722 and leaving a message with name, phone number, email address, and number in your party.

Music at Asbury was launched in November of 2014 by Lu Gmoser, founding producer of Asbury Summer Theatre, and Dr. Earl F. Groner.  As a program of Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church, Music at Asbury is designed to serve as a social service to the community, offering free performances by some of New York City and the Hudson Valley’s finest musical artists.

The Rev. Jason Radmacher is pastor of Asbury Church and Mary Thombs is Minister of Music and Chair of Music at Asbury.

For more information, contact:

Mary Thombs, Chair, Music at Asbury; 917-533-5747

This project is made possible in part with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program,

a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts

with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature

 and administered by ArtsWestchester through a 2023 Arts Alive Grant.

About Music at Asbury UMC

Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church has a long history of outstanding music programs and a record of community service. Asbury Church and its music directors have presented choral and organ concerts to the public over many years and the Asbury Summer Theatre group operated for 32 years, presenting over 30 sold-out shows to thousands of delighted audience members. In the fall of 2014, we introduced a new three-concert series, Music at Asbury. As a program under the auspices of Asbury-Crestwood United Methodist Church, Music at Asbury has been designed to serve as a social service to the community, offering free admission to the general public for all of its concerts and reaching out to local agencies and facilities that serve the elderly, young people, Veterans, and lower income families and adults. Music at Asbury is proud to feature a wide variety of engaging, appealing, and top quality performances to entertain and educate our audiences. The series is made possible by contributions from audience members and the Asbury church community, by the local business and civic community through program advertising, and has been supported by Arts Westchester’s Arts Alive grant program.