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- 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.
- Simon Bates
Professor of Saxophone for the Royal Marines, Simon Bates is known and respected for his stylistic versatility and instrumental prowess. Musical Director for Rick Astley’s re-launch tour in September, Simon is in great demand on the London jazz and session scene - his playing features on countless adverts, film scores, TV theme tunes and pop records. Simon has appeared live and recorded with a wide variety of bands and musicians including Elvis Costello, Lulu, Billy Ocean, Rick Wakeman, D:Ream, Chaka Khan, Emma Bunton, Seal and Peter Erskine. He has performed around the world in a wide variety of settings from the Q.E.2. and Eiffel Tower to Ronnie Scotts and the Jazz Cafe.
- 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.
- Jeroen Berwaerts
Without a doubt, the Belgium trumpeter, Jeroen Berwaerts, is one of the most interesting musicians of the young musical generation.
- Dave Bishop
Dave Bishop began playing the recorder at 7 years of age, moving to the saxophone aged 10. At 11, Dave joined his first big band before joining the National Youth Jazz Orchestra at 13 where he enjoyed 11 years recording and performing throughout the World.
- 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”.
- YoLanda Brown
Born in Barking 26 years ago, YolanDa started to study her passion early on. At six, she was regularly seated at the piano, going diligently through the keys until she understood it intrinsically.
- Till Brönner
Calling Till Brönner the new aspiring German trumpet talent is obsolete, since he has sold more records than any other German jazz musician. He plays big time now and is well known in the New York jazz circuit, which itself is top of the crop.” ME SOUNDS/Rolling Stone
- 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.