Beautiful sounds and exquisite harmony of brass instruments played by top playersTarkevi × Vojta × Millischer Brass Trio Tarkövi × Vojta × Millischer Brass Trio
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Gabor Tarkevi, trumpet
Born 1969 in Esztergom, Hungary. Born into a musical family. While studying the piano and clarinet, he became fascinated by the trumpet, and at the age of 9 he received instruction from his father, Istvan Tarkevi. From an early age, the more he aimed to become an orchestra player, the more he devoted himself to the trumpet. He studied at the Gyor Music School, the Franz Liszt Music School, and then graduated from the Franz Liszt Conservatory. He studied under György Geiger, Hans Gansch, György Kurtag and others, and was greatly influenced by them. In 1999, he became principal player of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra after working as assistant principal player of the Württemberg Philharmonic Orchestra and principal player of the Konzerthausorchester Berlin. From 2004 to 2019, he was the principal player of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 2018, he has been teaching at the Berlin University of the Arts, and is currently active as a soloist.
He is also active as a member of ensembles such as Pro Brass, Austrian Brass Connection, Wien-Berlin Brass Quintet, Berlin Philharmonic Brass Trio. As a soloist, he has appeared many times in Europe, the United States, Asia, etc., including the Berlin Philharmonic, Munich Bach Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Chugoku Philharmonic, Bach Collegium Munich, New Japan Philharmonic, Nagoya Philharmonic, London Symphony Orchestra, etc. Performed with.
To date, he has released four CDs from Tudor Classics in Switzerland and received critical acclaim.
Přemysl Vojta, horn
Přemysl Vojta is recognized worldwide as one of the preeminent horn players of his generation. In 2010, he won the 1st prize at the ARD Munich International Music Competition and made headlines. In 2011, he made a very successful debut at the Beethoven Festival and was awarded the Beethoven Ring Award.
Born in 1983 in Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, started playing the horn at the age of 10 under Olga Voldanova. From 1998 to 2004, he studied at the Prague Conservatory with Bedřich Tirschal, then moved to Germany. In 2008, he became a research student at the Dresden State Opera Orchestra. He is also taught by André Casale, Michael Herzel, Peter Damm, Zdenek Tilsal and others. Awarded by the Villa Musica Foundation and the Paul Hindemith Society of Berlin. While still a university student, he has performed with the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra, the EU Youth Orchestra, the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, and others. From 2010 to 2015, he taught at the Berlin University of the Arts, and from 2015 to 2017, at the Cologne University of Music and Dance.
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As a soloist, he has performed with the Academy Chamber Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Wiesbaden State Theater Orchestra and Prague Philharmonia. He has given many recitals at major music festivals, including the Bonn Beethoven Festival, the Prague Spring International Music Festival, the Mitte Europe Music Festival, and the Mount Olympus Festival (Saint Petersburg).
After serving as principal of the Berlin Konzerthausorchester and Berlin State Opera Orchestra, he is currently principal of the Cologne WDR Symphony Orchestra.
In addition, he has released several CDs with pianists Tobias Koch and Tomoko Sawano, and has consistently received praise from critics. The latest album is "Michael & Joseph Haydn: Horn Concerto (Co-starring: Haydn Ensemble Prague)" released in 2018.
The instruments used are Klaus Fehr Model 3 French horn, Daniel Fuchs Wien F, and Kurtor natural horn.
Fabrice Mirichet , trombone
Winner of the Munich International Music Competition. He is one of the most talented trombonists active today, and is highly praised as the most accomplished musician. He won at the young age of 28, and was the first trombone winner since the competition began in 1950.
Born in 1985 into a musical family, he began studying music early in Toulouse. From the beginning, he studied piano, cello, and trombone at the same time, and in high school, he demonstrated extraordinary talent, winning competitions in all fields. Graduated from the Toulouse Regional Conservatory with the highest score in the graduation exam. Later, he studied trombone at the Lyon Conservatoire under Michel Becquet, Alain Manfranc, and Sackbut under Daniel LaSalle.
In 2006, he formed the trombone quartet "Cartoborn" with trombonists Aurélien Honoré, Jean-Philippe Navre, and Fabien Dorny, and has been active under the concept of expressing the evolution of the trombone from baroque to the present day. activities continue.
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He has performed with Le Concert des Nations led by Jordi Savart, Le Sacboutier de Toulouse led by Daniel LaSalle and Jean-Pierre Canillac, and the Insula Orchestra led by Laurence Échilbay.
He has also performed with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, the State Hermitage Symphony Orchestra of Russia, the Capitol National Orchestra of Toulouse, the Cannes Orchestra, and the National Orchestra of Ukraine. He has given solo recitals around the world, including Washington, Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul, Munich, Geneva, and Paris.He has also been invited to many international music festivals, including the Eastern Trombone Workshop (ETW), the Brass Music Festival Epsibal, He has performed at various wind instrument festivals such as Dombes and Limoux (France).
Former principal player of the Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern Deutsche Radio Philharmonic Orchestra.
He is also active in contemporary music, and works for Mirichet include Jean Guillou's "Concerto for Trombone and Brass Ensemble", Etienne Perchon's "Libretto", Alain Celo's "L'appel sauvage", Patrick・Burga “La chute de Lucifer” (The fall of Lucifer) and many others.
He won the 2005 Budapest International Trombone Competition, the 2006 Toulouse Baroque Trombone Competition, and the 2007 Munich International Trombone Competition. Since 2009, he has participated in the program "Déclic" for young musicians, and in the same year he was awarded a silver medal by the Academy of Arts and Culture. In 2011, he was the first trombonist to win the Révélation soliste instrumental (Best Young Musician Award) at France's largest music award, "Victoires de la Musique". In the same year, he won the Charles Cross Academy Award.
Although he is young, he is good at teaching, and since 2008 he has been teaching at the Paul Dukas Conservatory in Paris, and since 2009 he has been a professor at the Saar College of Music. This made him the youngest professor in Germany. In addition, he is regularly invited to give masterclasses in France, Europe, and around the world, including Washington, Beijing, and Quebec. In 2013 he became a professor at the Freiburg University of Music and in 2020 he was appointed as a visiting professor at the Elisabeth University of Music. Currently, as an artist for Antoine Courtois, he uses the Legend 420 NSBHST.