Brass & Woodwind Instrument Players
Emanuele Casieri, began playing the trumpet aged 7 in his hometown's wind band and later started having lessons with Silvio Romeo. Following on from that, he joined Giuseppe Bodanza's trumpet class at Milan Conservatoire of Music and just after graduating, won the position of Principal Trumpet in the “G.Verdi” Milan Symphony Orchestra.
Bart De Lausnay
In 2004, Bart graduated from the Conservatory of Ghent as a master of music – in Classical Music with Michel Takashi and Luc De Dass.
Lorenzo Ludemann wurde 1992 in Triest / Italien geboren. Im Jahr 2008 begann er ein klassisches Jungstudium an der Musikhochschule Köln bei Prof. Urban Agnas. Darauf-hin wechselte er an der Hochschule zu Prof. Andy Haderer, welcher später, zusammen mit Matthias Bergmann, auch sein Hauptstudium begleiten wird. Lorenzo war Mitglied des Landesjugendjazzorchesters NRW und Leadtrompeter des Bundesjazzorchesters.
Since 2010, Jamie Williams has been the Principal Trombonist of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and is playing on a YSL-882O Xeno.
Thorsten Benkenstein is one of the most respected Lead Trumpet players around the world. Since 2005 he holds the position as Lead Trumpet in the NDR-Big Band in Hamburg.
Born in 1971, Nicolas Prost obtains into 1994 the 1st Prices unanimously of saxophone and chamber music to Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique of Paris.
Born in Rustington, England(UK) on 4th January 1971, Nigel Hitchcock first began to play the recorder at age 6, so as to complete the recorder quartet comprising of his elder brother and two sisters.
John Bruce Yeh
John Bruce Yeh joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1977, the first Asian musician ever appointed to the CSO, and is now the longest-serving clarinetist in CSO history.