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- Keiko Abe
Keiko Abe is known as an international marimba player and a great composer in modern marimba world. She has performed in more than 60 countries with prominent orchestras, percussion groups and Jazz artists beyond genres.
- Ludwig Albert
Belgisch leidinggevende en Internationaal geprofileerde marimbist Ludwig Albert behoort bij de absolute wereldtop en is één van de meest begaafde en veelzijdige marimbaspelers.
- Eric Aubier
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. Later, he studied piano and took harmony classes with Pierre Lantier, completing his education.
- Markus Bebek
Markus Bebek was born in 1975 in Nürnberg, and studied from 1998 with Prof. Günther Beetz at the Musikhochschule Mannheim. Here he obtained his Diploma in 2004 and a 'Solist Diploma' in 2006. Presently he is Assistant Principal Trumpet at the “Opern- und Museumsorchester Frankfurt/Main” which is well-known as one of the best opera orchestras in Germany.
- Rekkenze Brass
REKKENZE - the name of an old slavic village in 1135. Todays town of „Hof“ (in Bavaria, Germany) was founded on the soil of this village.
REKKENZE BRASS – is a Brass quintett that was founded 843 years later by some members of the Hof Philharmonic Orchestra and that gained an enormous international reputation since then. Since the very beginning, it was the members wish to show the transparent borders in between the different styles of music by presenting a wide range repertoire of arrangements and original compositions. Their charming and happy performance created the term of “Brasszination”.
- Zakhar Bron
Bron was born in 1947 in Ural'sk in the former Soviet Union．He was a pupil of Igor Oistrakh at Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. While teaching at that conservatory and at music schools throughout Europe, he has educated such world-class, up-and-coming violin artists as Vadim Repin, Maxim Vengerov, Daishin Kashimoto, Tamaki Kawakubo, Sayaka Shoji and Mayuko Kamio.
- Vicente Campos
Vicente Campos has got the Special Award of Honor of superior degree, specializing in trumpet, 1st.
- Nicholas Carpenter
Nicholas Carpenter started his musical education as a chorister at St. Paul’s Cathedral and gave his first solo performance on the clarinet at the age of ten. After winning the inaugural National Chamber Music Competition for Schools with his playing of the Mozart Clarinet Quintet he spent four years at the Royal College of Music, London, where he studied with Dame Thea King and John McCaw and enjoyed a prize-winning studentship.
- Nicholas Cox
Nicholas Cox's recording of the Mozart Concerto and Quintet (ClassCD 1502) was released on the RLPOLive label in 2003. It has since been bradcast regularly on Classic FM. His latest recording of Richard Stauss's Duet Concertino on a Strauss double album with the RLPO under Gerard Schwarz was released in June 2005 on the Avie record label.
Other recordings include the Sonatas by Brahms and Reger (United:Cala 88012) and works for Clarinet by Bliss, Rawsthorne and Routh (Redcliffe 010). Future recording plans include a CD of British Music including several commissions for Redcliffe Records.
- Antoine Curé
Clifford Brown and Maurice André had an active hand in launching Antoine Curé’s eclectic path.