Mirari Unmuted is a podcast designed to engage the next generation of chamber musician and music lover. We hope to excite, educate and engage you with interesting topics regarding life, music, teaching, and topics that we hope will help you propel the future of chamber music performance and music entrepreneurship for the next generation.
Come check out a conversation with the two Moms in Mirari Brass as they chat with trumpet performer Jena Vangjel as they discuss what it is like to be a professional brass performer and dealing with the ins and outs of being pregnant and early stages of being a mom in this field.
Get to know more about the OTHER trumpeter in the Mirari Brass Quintet, Matt Vangjel. He is a "military brat," but now he calls Baton Rouge his home as he serves as the Associate Professor of Trumpet at LSU! Go Tigers.
Get to no a little more about our low brass. Our tuba player, Stephanie, interviews our trombonist, Sarah Paradis, in this segment of Mirari UNMUTED! Hear how Sarah got to teaching at Boise State, all while doing DCI, having a family, and finally talking about how she is getting into Cross-Fit.
Get ready for the TRUMPET SHOW! Mirari Trumpeter Matt Vangjel interviews the newest member of Mirari and fellow trumpeter, Peyden Shelton. This episode lets you get to know a little bit more about Peyden and how he came to be in his current position at The University of Utah, and what brought him to be with Mirari. Hold on for a fun and entertaining time with both of our trumpeters.
WELCOME to the 1st episode of Mirari Unmuted. We are so excited to be able to share this new venture with you, and potentially help inspire you to find your future in chamber music and the ever changing world of music performance. In this episode, we sit down to give you a brief rundown as to what you'll be expecting throughout each episode. You get to hear a little bit about each member, but you also get to know our personalities as well.
So sit back, relax, and get ready for a crazy listening adventure with the Mirari Brass Quintet's "Mirari Unmuted."