BRYAN HAY, trombone, is a graduate of Moravian College, where he received a bachelors degree in journalism and pursued trombone performance with a concentration in music. At Moravian, he was a brass ensemble student of Lawrence Wright. Bryan has performed at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival with Don Hughes and with the Pottstown Symphony, Schuylkill Symphony, the Bethlehem Bach Festival Orchestra, Concerto Soloists of Philadelphia, the Central Jersey Symphony, the Hunterdon Symphony Orchestra, the Moravian Music Festival Orchestra, the Lehigh Valley Pops, the Allentown Band and the Appalachian Brass. Bryan, whose love of Gabrieli and Schutz is not equally appreciated by his Mainstreet Brass colleagues, is a charter member of the Mainstreet Brass and the Silver and Brass Trombone Quartet. When he’s not playing trombone, he’s singing bass in the Chancel Choir at the First Presbyterian Church, Bethlehem. Bryan and his wife, Jen, also enjoy hiking in the southern Appalachians, the Adirondacks and the Chic-Choc mountains of Quebec. Their American Eskimo, Tundra, and mischievous border collie, Peatie, also love to hit the trails.