In the last couple of weeks, we’ve revealed a bunch of BreyerFest Special Run models to fans that have been named in honor of all things German! From dance to food to Oktoberfest celebrations, we are thrilled to be bringing fans on a cultural journey around this amazing country.
Were you able to guess our clue from yesterday? For today’s reveal, we are highlighting classical music with our tribute to one of Germany’s most famous composers – Johannes Brahms!
Born in 1833, German composer Johannes Brahms is often grouped with other famous composers Beethoven and Bach as one of the fathers of classical music. Premiering many of his own compositions, this virtuoso wrote for musicians from soloists to symphonies. Considered one of the masters of classical music, Brahms symphonies are known the world over.
In celebration of BreyerFest: Prost!, our Brahms has been done on the Big Ben mold, #483, sculpted by Kathleen Moody in a flashy black leopard appaloosa finished with a shiny coat of gloss. Brahms' right front leg and shoulder feature a "mismark," which is a unique genetic anomaly that sometimes occurs in horses with appaloosa coloring.
This beautifully-composed fellow will be available for in-person VIP and All-Access ticket holders at BreyerFest this summer.
Keep your eyes on the BreyerFest Blog – there is more coming your way later today!
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