Berlin Philharmonic Brass Trio

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Berliner Philharmoniker Principal Trumpet Led by Gabor Turkevi, the perfect elegance that symbolizes the very modern Berliner Philharmoniker

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Gabor Tarkevi
Andrej Zust
Jesper Busk Sørensen
Berlin Philharmonic Brass Trio

Gabor Tarkevi, trumpet

Principal Trumpet of the Berlin Philharmonic.

Gabor Tarkevy was born into a family of musicians in Esztergom, Hungary.

At the age of nine, he received his first trumpet lessons from his father, Isht Tarkevi. Growing up in Kusol, Kusor and absorbing the music of the local Schwab brass band had a substantial impact on his musical career.

After graduating from the Richter-Janos Conservatory in Gyor, he studied with György Geiger at the Ferenc Liszt Teachers College. He also studied under Frijesvarasdi at the Ferenc Liszt Academy.

György Kurtag and Hans Gansch are his important teachers. He began his career as vice-principal trumpeter at the Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra.

did. After that, he moved to the Berlin Symphony Orchestra (today's Konzerthausorchester Berlin) and from 1999 to the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Since 2004 he has been Principal Trumpet of the Berliner Philharmoniker. In addition to his orchestral work, he is regularly active as a chamber musician with the Probras and the Austrian Brass Connection, the Wien-Berlin Brass Quintet and the Berliner Philharmoniker Brastorio.

Regularly active in Europe, America and Asia, he has given concerts with major orchestras such as the Berliner Philharmoniker, BR Chamber Orchestra, China National Philharmonic, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra and is a world-renowned soloist. .

Garbor regularly collaborates with world-renowned conductors Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink, Mariss Jansons, Zubin Mehta and Seiji Ozawa.

He teaches at the Berliner Philharmoniker's Herbert von Karajan Akademie and conducts master courses around the world.

4 CDs under an exclusive contract with the Tudor Classic label in Switzerland since 2008

"Italian Trumpet Concerto" with Moika Erdmann, "Classical Trumpet Concerto" with the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra under Karl-Heinz Steffens, "Arioso & Brillante" with Peter Koffler's Organ, at the Vienna-Berlin Brass Quintet Released "Brilliant Brass". They have been well received by critics and

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Andrei Zust , horn

Andrei Zusto was born in 1984 in Rogatec, Slovenia. I took my first lessons from Janez Polanz. After that, he studied with Bosztian Lipovsek at the Ljubljana Academy of Music. He received encouragement from the famous Hermann Baumann, Vrédis Li Wekle, Viktor Malysh and Radovan Vlatkovic.

During his studies, he received the Lucien Maria Škeran-Precheren Prize for his abilities.

He has since won first prizes in numerous national and international competitions, including Povoletto (Italy) in 2001 and the Slovenian Young Musicians Competition in 2002.

In May 2004, he was appointed principal horn player of the Ljubljana Slovenia Philharmonic Orchestra.

Zust has also been a member of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra and the Pacific Music Festival Orchestra.

He is active with the Ariato Woodwind Quintet, Soloist of the Ljubljana Chamber Orchestra and the Trio Triumvirat. From February 2009 to January 2011 he was a scholarship student at the Berliner Philharmoniker Academy. At the beginning of the 2011/2012 season, he joined the Berliner Philharmoniker as horn player.

Jesper Busk Sorensen , trombone

Jesper Busk Sorensen (born 1980) studied at the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus with Rolf Sandmark, Niels Ole Bo Johansen and Jesper Juhl.

He studied under Windahl and has been a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker since 2009.

His first professional contract came in 2002 as second trombone - later first trombonist - with the Aarhus Symphony Orchestra, with trombonist Michael of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. He also studied with Mulcahy. As a chamber musician, he is a member of the Danish Trombone Quartet, which has given the world premieres of several contemporary works. He is also a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker Brass Ensemble and the Berliner Philharmoniker Brastorio.

In 2015, he was appointed emeritus professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

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