Brass & Woodwind Instrument Players
Born in Palermo, Riccardo Crocilla moved with his family to Genoa, where he commenced his clarinet studies at the Paganini Conservatory under G. Laruccia.
Eric Aubier entered Maurice Andre's class at the CNSM of Paris at the age of 14 where he was the youngest graduate at the time earning three first prizes.
Yamaha se enorgullece de anunciar que Mark David, director artístico y director de metales de la Royal Academy of Music y trompeta principal de la Academy of St Martin in the Fields, se une a la lista de artistas de Yamaha.
Born in 1956, Nils Landgren began playing drums at the age of six, before at last discovering the trombone at 13.
Nacido en Barcelona en 1961, es desde 1986 solista de flauta de la Orquesta del Gran Teatre del Liceu de Barcelona, con la que ha tocado en todo este tiempo con las más grandes figuras vocales y bajo la dirección de primeras batutas.
Juergen Neudert born in 1970 began playing the trombone at age of 5. He got first lessons that time by his father who was a professional trombone player. Since 2010 he is a Yamaha Artist and plays a YSL-891 Custom Z exclusively.
Russell has been a professional soloist for the last 15 years, establishing himself as one of the worlds leading exponents in the art of cornet playing. Russell keeps a busy diary of engagements including Gala performances, Recitals, Masterclasses, and educational workshops. This regularily takes him to most European countries, America, Japan, and Australia.
Peter-Lukas Graf is nowadays the doyen of international well-known flutists. After a decade of mainly conducting operas and symphonic concerts, he has been a professor in Basle.
Bernhard Röthlisberger is principal clarinet and bass clarinet player in Berner Symphonieorchester (Bern, Switzerland) and teacher at Zurich, Bern and Lucerne Conservatoires.