To celebrate the Quindecennial, a representative from Gramercy confirmed the news to 4barsrest that the events will be taking place for three days.
To be precise, the ceremony will start 9th August (Friday) prior to its final day on 11th August (Sunday).
In addition, the organizers also further revealed that the events will garner their guests at the Crown Plaza Hotel where they made a proposal to minimize the fees for the amenities including pool, bar, restaurant and health center.
The functions mainly carry the objectives to offer a golden opportunity for their players to get them work and learn from the VIP guests attending the ceremony.
To name a few of the guests, they include Conductor and Director of Bands at Montclair State University; Dr. Tom McCauley, trumpet soloist and Head of Brass at NYU Steinhardt; Prof. Wayne du Maine, freelance musician/educator, and low brass specialist; Rob Fournier, Trumpet & Brass Coordinator at Caldwell University; Prof. Max Morden, euphonium soloist at West Point Academy Band and Euphonium Faculty MSU; Prof. Philip Broome.
John Henry Lambert founded Gramercy Brass Orchestra in 1982, one of United States' leading institutes of brass entertainment that attracts people from different musical interests starting from pop, jazz, Broadway, etc.