Gary Greenfelder truly enjoys playing brass quintet music for many reasons, primarily because of the challenge it presents and the fun it creates, while also providing the opportunity to play classical music! Having performed with the Wayne State University Concert Band and Brass Quintet helped to prepare Gary for his future in leading a brass quintet.
Kevin Chreston building on his formal training with the Oakland University concert band (many moons ago) Kevin enjoys performing several types of music.
Roger DeMeyere retired after a 40 year career in education to devote more time to family, friends and simply having fun playing music. Roger has played trombone since childhood in bands, orchestras and brass ensembles. He just loves music, all types: classical, dixieland, swing, jazz, and gospel, contemporary.
Dave Harwood plays French Horn in the Dynamic Resonance Brass Quintet. After many years of occasional playing, Dave is very excited to be part of DRBQ. Earlier in his musical career, he played in the Grosse Pointe Community Band (principal), the University of Michigan Marching Band.
Eric Totz enjoys the fellowship of playing in the brass quintet and performing music for audiences. He started out on the trumpet in middle school but volunteered to switch to the tuba.