Triangle Brass Band

Sunday, October 8 at 6:00 PM
Downtown Park, Cary, NC

The Triangle Brass Band plays a FREE concert of songs and show tunes including Someone to Watch Over Me, Selections from Carousel, and many more.

This Performance is Presented by


Selections from Carousel – Richard Rodgers, arr. Dennis Wright

Someone to Watch Over Me – George Gershwin, arr. Joseph Turrin
Don Eagle, Trumpet

Don’t Cry for Me Argentina – Andrew Lloyd Webber, arr. Ron Sebregts

My Fair Lady – Lerner & Lowe, arr. WJ Duthoit

Somewhere over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen, arr. Ray Farr
Don Eagle, Trumpet

Salute to Sinatra – Arr. Philip Harper

Time To Say Goodbye – L. Quarantotto, arr. Don Campbell


Tony Granados, Conductor

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Don Eagle, Trumpet

North Carolina native Don Eagle currently serves as the 3rd trumpet in the North Carolina Symphony. Don joined the United States Army early in his career and served as 1st trumpet of the 82nd Airborne Division Band. After being honorably discharged from service, Don continued his music studies at UNC-Chapel Hill where he became in high demand as a trumpet performer. In addition to the North Carolina Symphony, Don has performed with the Raleigh Symphony, Durham Symphony, Charlotte Symphony and the Greensboro Symphony.

As a chamber musician, Don was a founding member of the St. Stephens Chamber Orchestra, now known as the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. He is also a founding member of the Amalgam Brass Ensemble which performs regularly at the Duke University Chapel. Don has appeared as a soloist with the UNC-Chapel Hill Symphony Orchestra, the North Carolina Chamber Players, the Raleigh Symphony Orchestra, the Elon College Chamber Orchestra, the Barton College Chamber Orchestra and the Meredith College Chamber Orchestra. He also performed Karel Husa’s Trumpet Concerto No. 1 under the direction of Karel Husa and the Duke University Wind Symphony. Currently, Don holds teaching positions at NC State University and Duke University as well as maintaining a successful private studio. In his spare time, Don enjoys road biking, swimming, gardening and retreating to his farm in the mountains of Virginia. Don has also renovated two houses in Raleigh’s historic Oakwood neighborhood and is currently restoring an old farmhouse on his property up north.

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