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Sloker Trombone Academy [Recruiting Students/Auditors]

Sloker Trombone Academy [Recruiting Students/Auditors]


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Slokar Trombone Academy

Branimir Sloker/Mayumi Shimizu
■ Course: Individual ¥20,000/hour Group ¥30,000/hour
■ Attendance: 2,000 yen each day
Excellent student selection concert: 1,000 yen

(*Kansai Trombone Association/Japan Trombone Association members receive a 10% discount on tuition and audition fees)
(*10% off total tuition fee for 2 or more lessons)

Tuesday, June 16 11:00 12:00 14:00 15:00 16:30 17:30
Wednesday, June 17 11:00 12:00 14:00 15:00 16:30 17:30
Thursday, June 18 11:00 12:00 14:00 15:00 16:30 17:30
(Registration for lessons on the 17th and 18th has ended.)
19:00- "Excellent student selection concert"
★In addition, please check availability by phone or email.
[Recruitment target]
■ Attendance: Professional orchestral player / Freelance player / Music college student /
or equivalent
Alternatively, a brass ensemble group consisting of the above members (the group shall be up to a quartet)
*Please bring your own pianist.
■Audience: General/Students *Pre-school children are not allowed to enter.

※We will close as soon as it reaches the capacity.

■ Application

●Please apply by facsimile or e-mail after filling in the required items by choosing to attend or attend.
●You can also apply from the Pro Arte Musice website.

Furigana, name (representative name)
Address 〒
mobile phone
Application form Individual/Group
Desired date and number of classes Desired number of days
Desired song title [composer name]
Music history (Fill in only for students)

■ After filling in the above items, click " Please apply for ".

Organizer/Inquiries : Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

Sponsored by : Daku, a wind instrument specialty store


Branimir Slokar

Born in Maribor, Slovenia, where he first picked up the trombone. After winning the 7th Yugoslavian Music Competition in Zagreb, he decided to pursue a career as a musician.

After graduating from the Ljubljana College of Music in 1969 with the highest honors, he advanced to the National Conservatoire in Paris and graduated at the top of his class in a short period of one year.
In 1974, he won many prizes, including the 23rd Munich International Music Competition.

As a solo trombonist with renowned orchestras such as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, he received a great deal of attention for his extraordinary musicality.

For many years he taught at the Music Academy of Music in Bern, and is now a professor at the University of Music in Freiburg, where he has been active as a solo artist throughout Europe, the United States and Asia, and has served as a juror at international competitions in Munich and Geneva.

Through many CD recordings, radio and TV appearances, he has received high acclaim around the world as a musician representing the trombone world.
Living in Switzerland.