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805 Brass and Los Padres Sound Horn Quartet

November 7 @ 1:30 am - 5:00 pm

Sunday, November 7, 2021 1:30 pm. Libbey Bowl, Ojai

805 Brass This exciting and versatile instrumental group is a brass quintet with a
twist: they have two trumpets and a trombone, but instead of French Horn and Tuba,
they have two Saxophones. And sometimes they trade the baritone sax for a bass
clarinet. Most likely this is the only group in the United States with this exact
instrumentation and certainly the only in Ojai.

The program will feature the standard brass quintet music a la the Canadian Brass, such
as Summertime by George Gerswhin,
Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Tuxedo Junction
intertwined with some classical music, tango, ragtime, and 20th Century compositions.

805 Brass is the third iteration of brass quintets started by Scott Weiss about 30 years
ago. The musicians are Jim Labertew and Scott Weiss on trumpet, Randy Caplan and
Gabe Katell on saxophone, and Stephen Hughes on Trombone. All of the musicians have
studied music at the university level. Gabe Katell, hailing from upstate New
York, started out after high school, performing with the Albany State University Big
Band. Upon moving to California he performed in Glendale’s Jazz Society Big Band, the
Sonny Phillips Ensemble, and the Kevin Hiatt Big Band. Gabe led the “Gabe Katell
Quartet” which has performed at various clubs around Los Angeles. Jim and Randy
studied music at Cal State Northridge and Scott studied at UCSB and University of
Guelph in Canada. Jim Labertew spent many years playing professionally in shows,
cruise ships, and recording. Each musician has decades of experience and perform in
many musical groups in Ventura & Santa Barbara Counties.


Los Padres Sound Horn Quartet

The Los Padres Sound Horn Quartet was founded in 2016 by the Trujillo’s and the
Andersons to enrich their own lives and find happiness. The group makes up the
members of the Santa Barbara City College Orchestra horn section. They perform

regularly at SBCC chamber concerts, Christmas parties (via Zoom last year), and
make regular appearances at the Garage Chamber Orchestra concerts in Santa
Barbara. A common question they receive is their relation to each other. The
Trujillo’s are not related to the Andersons; however, the Trujillo’s are married to
each other, and the Andersons are mother and son. Their repertoire expands all the
periods of music history, from Bach to popular songs also performed by the
Genghis Barbie horn quartet. They are also fortunate enough to have Cody
Anderson, who composes and arranges for the group. They hope you enjoy
listening to them as much as they enjoy playing for you!
Members of the Los Padres Sound Horn Quartet:
Sherry Trujillo
Johann Trujillo
Cathy Anderson
Cody Anderson
For the safety of all, concert attendees must wear a mask covering nose and
mouth, and practice social distancing when in the venue. Attendees are
encouraged to be vaccinated


November 7
1:30 am - 5:00 pm


Libbey Bowl
210 S Signal Street
Ojai, 93023
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Scott Weiss
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