Charles Kerrigan

A founding member of the Sonoran Brass Quintet, Charles Kerrigan began his musical studies in New York. He began his professional career in the Nassau Pops Orchestra at the age of 18. Later that year, he attended the Tanglewood Music Festival as Principal Tuba in the Young Artist Orchestra. Since arriving in Arizona to attend Arizona State University, he has performed with The Phoenix Symphony and Arizona Opera, and held the position of Principal Tuba in both the West Valley Symphony and the Musica Nova Orchestra of Scottsdale.

He has performed with the Canadian Brass, Smothers Brothers, Lou Rawls, Bobby Vinton, and many notable classical artists. In addition to his other musical endeavors, Mr. Kerrigan traveled to Macedonia to perform in the International Symphony Orchestra as one of five representatives from the United States.

In addition to Tanglewood, he has performed in music festivals across the United States, including Music Academy of the West, Rutgers Summer Music Festival, and Saratoga Music Festival. Mr. Kerrigan can be heard on recordings for The Phoenicians and d’Note records.

An Arizona resident, Mr. Kerrigan is actively involved in music education throughout the state as a private teacher, consultant, and brass specialist.

"...master story tellers..."

" of the nation's finest young brass ensembles..."

"...outstanding musicians..."

"...filled with talent and enthusiasm..."

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