Roberta Asmus Goodall, Trumpets 

Roberta joined The Classical Brass in 2008. She has performed with many orchestras across Colorado's Front Range. This includes the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, serving as principal trumpet in the Central City Opera Orchestra, the Colorado Springs Philharmonic and more. She has also been a member of the Denver Brass, the Opera Colorado Orchestra and the Arizona Opera Orchestra.

Extensive brass quintet experience includes performing with the Faculty Brass Quintet at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada, and recording and touring with Heavy Metal Brass Quintet in Tucson, AZ of which Roberta was a founding member.

Besides the Classical Brass, Roberta performs with the Stratus Chamber Orchestra and Colorado Brass.

Rick Pelletier, Trumpets

Rick is a founding member of the Classical Brass Quintet.  He is principal trumpet with the Littleton Symphony, a position he has held for over twenty years.  As an active freelance musician he has also performed with concert bands, brass bands, jazz bands and pit orchestras for musicals and musical reviews. Rick has been employed in the high tech industry in Denver for the last 30 years. Performing provides an important link between his professional career and his appreciation for the arts.


Janice Baugh, Horn

Janice Baugh is a professional horn and trumpet player originally hailing from Fort Worth, Texas. She completed her undergraduate studies at Texas A&M-Commerce and received her Master of Music from the University of New Mexico. She is currently serving as the principal horn of the Littleton Symphony and performs on tenor horn with the Colorado Brass. Before moving to Colorado, Janice served as the assistant principal horn of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra. She is currently an active freelance musician across the states of New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado having notable performances with the New Mexico Philharmonic, the Santa Fe Symphony, and the Greeley Philharmonic. Janice has also toured as a soloist with her duet group, The High Desert Duo, through the American south. When not performing, she dabbles in baking, painting, and D&D to spark her creative genius. 

Darian Freeman, Trombone

Darian Freeman serves as Principal Trombone of the Denver Philharmonic and is a busy freelancer in the Colorado and Wyoming areas. He has played with he Colorado Springs Philharmonic, the Wyoming Symphony, the Greeley Philharmonic and many others in various states. 

In addition, he holds an associate spot with the Chicago Civic Orchestra. He has played under the baton of notable conductors such as Leonard Slatkin and Ken-David Masur performing in Carnegie hall as well as David Geffen Hall. 

Darian earned a Bachelors degree from Northern Illinois University. He has a Masters degree from the Manhattan School of Music and a Performers Certificate from the University of Denver 

When not playing music Darian enjoys following and playing sports as well as staying healthy and active.

Drake Domingue, Tuba

Hailing from the heart of Cajun country in Lafayette, LA, Drake Domingue is a professional multi-instrumentalist and music educator currently located in Denver, CO. Specializing in low brass and electric bass, Drake is in demand as a freelance, session, and touring musician across a wide variety of styles and genres of music throughout the US.

After completing his graduate work in tuba performance at the University of New Mexico in 2017, Drake relocated to Las Cruces, NM where he spent the next few years building custom French Horns with Patterson Hornworks. In late 2019, Drake made the move to Denver to pursue performing and teaching full time while also expanding his knowledge of brass instrument manufacturing as a member of the team with Harrelson Trumpets. Currently he works for Alfred Music as a Music Production Engineer bringing content to life for MakeMusic Cloud (SmartMusic). 

Drake also serves on the Board of Directors and plays Eb Bass with the Colorado Brass and runs a New Orleans style funk band in the Denver area named Swamp Dust. 


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