Brass & Woodwind Instrument Players
In 2008, at the age of 12, Peter Moore became the youngest ever winner of the BBC Young Musician Competition. At the age of 18 he was appointed co-principal trombone of the London Symphony Orchestra and in 2015 joined the BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist scheme.
A very thorough trombone player and professor, very active for the past 20 years in taking part in brass ensembles (Melos Brass, Athens State Orchestra brass ensemble etc.)
The CeDeL saxophone quartet is a young, contemporary ensemble that first met at the Lemmensinstitute in Leuven in 2007. The members of the Cedel Quartet are Peter Cverle: soprano saxophone, Vincent Alpaerts: alto saxophone, Jitse Coopman: tenor saxophone and Pieter Legacy: baritonsaxophone.
Joakim Bergsrønning is a young Norwegian saxophonist and clarinet player with a wealth of musical experience, particularly in popular music. Although still very young, Joakim has made his mark both as a soloist and as a member of a number of high profile big bands, horn sections and theatre orchestras. Working throughout Norway, Joakim also has experience working as a teacher, lecturer, composer and arranger.
Saxophonist Simon Bates is known and respected for his stylistic versatility and instrumental prowess.
Ingolf Burkhardt about his Yamaha instruments : For me, the direct response and the way the notes fit into place are just fascinating - this makes it possible to play fast passages precisely and with ease. This means: start playing - feel good
Internationally renowned trumpet soloist Jens Lindemann has achieved a critically acclaimed career as one of the world’s great virtuosos.
Saxophone Soloist and Professor - Very active performing with music ensembles, concert bands and symphony orchestras.
Nacido en Alburquerque, Nuevo México, Bobby comenzó a tocar la guitarra a la edad de ocho años y cambió a la trompeta a los diez. A los trece tocaba en bailes locales con bandas y a los quince había reunido su propio grupo para tocar en bailes, conciertos ocasionales y en cafeterías de jazz. Pasó la mayor parte de sus días de instituto tocando no menos de seis noches por semana en un club nocturno, dando un temprano comienzo a su carrera profesional.