Established in 2015, the Barclay Brass is an ensemble comprised of some of Washington DC’s top brass musicians. Performers of the highest caliber, Barclay Brass members are proud to serve as musicians in the premier military bands in Washington, DC.
From the Pope to the President, these members have performed for some of the highest profile officials and ceremonies. As highly sought after freelance musicians, some members have performed with groups such as
Baltimore Symphony, Boston Symphony, Empire Brass, National Symphony,
New York Philharmonic, and many other high profile ensembles throughout the country.
Liam Day is a performer and educator based in New York City. He performs regularly with orchestras around the world, including the Malaysian Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic and the Saint Louis Symphony. He also performs regularly as a soloist and educator on three continents for The Juilliard School Global K-12 programs. In New York, Liam has served as music director and solo trumpet of off-broadway productions at National Sawdust in Brooklyn and performs regularly at Carnegie Hall.
Pianist and teacher Zach Mo is based around New York City and Westchester county. He has served as faculty and staff pianist at the 92nd Street Y School of Music, Baruch College, Interlochen Center for the Arts, and Point Counterpoint Chamber Festival. He is currently a doctoral candidate in piano performance at the CUNY Graduate Center.