A reporter from the Westfalen-Blatt numbered among the audience members at the eurobrass Konzert in on 7/22/16 in Bad Oeynhausen. The paper reported:
Attenders of the eurobrass ensemble concert Friday evening in the Christ Church in Bad Oeynhausen enjoyed top class brass music. The musicians were guests in this Baptist Church for the second time. They received lots of applause for their two-hour program.
To begin with, the musicians targeted the ears of the audience, playing the Fanfare from La Péri by Dukas from the back of the sanctuary. But after they finally took their places on stage, one could hardly believe that an ensemble of 12 professional musicians could fill the church with such a powerful sound.
Between the pieces, teacher and trombonist Angie Hunter shared short anecdotes about each of the following pieces. In addition, the musicians didn´t pass up the opportunity to present the listeners with a short description of themselves. With lots of humor and surprising German ability they talked about their education, their families, and their pets. It was these short insights that caused the distance between the stage and the audience to grow ever smaller. Another exceptional moment came when the musicians positioned themselves in various corners of the church, and the audience found themselves directly in the middle of the music.
In the second half of the program the musicians emphasized their Christian background. They encouraged the audience to sing along with a worship song and talked about the trust in God that unites them. With these emotional elements, the personal insights into the musicians´ private lives, and a successful performance, the ensemble touched many hearts.
–Westfalen-Blatt, 25. July, 2016