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Published on Sep 27, 2013

John Rojak was a member of the "Les Miserables" orchestra for the musical's sixteen-year run on Broadway. But the bass trombonist counts his more than two decades with American Brass Quintet as his proudest professional accomplishment. PreViews writer Jennifer Pencek speaks with Rojak about his career as a musician. He also discusses the importance of performing for audiences of all ages and reaching out to listeners beyond the concert hall. The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State presents American Brass Quintet in concert October 30, 2013, at Schwab Auditorium. An excerpt of "Fyre & Lightning," a Thomas Morley composition from the American Brass Quintet album "Fyre & Lightning: Consort Music of 1600," enhances the video. The music, copyright 1995 Summit Records, is used with permission.

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