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Born 1973 in Roskilde, Denmark. Educated at the Royal Danish School of Music, Copenhagen. Brian has been a Trombone player at The Royal Danish Opera ( 1992-2006) and The Danish National Symphony Orchestra ( 2006 - present ). Brian has arranged for amateur ensembles and proffesional brass musicians since 1992 with great succes.
Born in 1971 in Roskilde, Denmark. Also Educated at the Royal Danish School of Music, Copenhagen. Tuba player at the Slegsvigske Regiment Orchestra, located in Haderslev, Denmark. Lars has done numerous arrangements for different brass ensembles. He is also a busy conductor.
Trombone and arrangement teacher at Perm College of Music (RUSSIA).
Tobias Rägle was born in Neuenbürg/Germany 1974. He first trained as a brass instrument maker and went on to study trombone with Prof. Abbie Conant at Trossingen State College of Music in southern Germany. After several years as bass trombonist with Dresden State Operetta he now occupies the same position at Ulm Theatre (Ulm Philharmonic Orchestra). He is also conductor and main arranger of “Blechlabor” (www.blechlabor.de), a professional brass ensemble whose arrangements are available exclusively through Brassmusiconline.
Henrik has graduated from The Royal Danish academy of Music, Copenhagen - as a musical pedagogue and performer. Henrik is a very busy arranger, and is the "master mind" behind "Semper Quintus"´s arrangements.
Gordon Cherry - Cherry Publishing
Gordon Cherry was born in Toronto Canada. Taking up the Trombone at age 11 he quickly progressed & performed with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada for 4 summers.
He graduated from the Eastman School of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree in Trombone performance having studied with the legendary teacher Emory Remington. After performing with the National Arts Center Orchestra for 4 seasons he won the position of Principal Trombone in the Vancouver Symphony, a position he held till 2009.
Gordon taught for 33 seasons at the University of British Columbia and the Academy of Music. As well, he performed for 34 seasons with the C.B.C. Radio Orchestra.
He is currently runs Cherry Classics Music, a brass music publisher & distributor. Since retiring from the Symphony he enjoys performing solo recitals with his wife Joyce a Pianist.
Stefan Kaundinya studied tuba with Ulrich Haas (Folkwanghochschule Duisburg), Prof. Walter Hilgers (University of Music Weimar) and Stefan Heimann (Musikhochschule Stuttgart). He was a member of several youth orchestras, had Praktikant or temporary contracts at the Essen Philharmonic, the Düsseldorf Symphony Orchestra and the Radio Symphony Orchestra Saarbrücken. From 2003 to 2007 he was employed by the Police Band of Baden-Wuerttemberg. He´s a member and organizer of the ensemble Elbeblech, and is also the founder of the music publishing company Blechpresse.de
Senior Master Sergeant Dean W. Smith is the staff arranger with the United States Air Force Band of Mid-America. He is also a trombonist and has performed with the Concert Band, Ceremonial Band, and the Shades of Blue Jazz Ensemble. Sergeant Smith grew up in Mascoutah, Illinois, where he graduated from high school in 1982. He earned a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Murray State University in 1987 and a Master of Music degree from Louisiana State University in 1989. His teachers include Ray Conklin, Larry Campbell and Doug Sertle. In 1989, Sergeant Smith auditioned for the U.S. Air Force Bands & Music Program and was assigned to the Band of the East, McGuire Air Force Base, New Jersey. In 1991, he was assigned to the Air Force Band of Liberty, Hanscom Air Force Base, Massachusetts. In 1994, Sergeant Smith began a three year tour with the United States Air Forces in Europe Band, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. Sergeant Smith has performed with the Paducah Symphony Orchestra, Blue Ribbon Dixieland Band, Evansville Symphony Orchestra, Baton Rouge Symphony and Opera Company, Owensboro Symphony, and the Mirage Jazz Quintet. He has also performed with Jiggs Whigham, Natalie Cole, Art Farmer, Bill Watrons, Allen Vizzuti, Al Hirt, Pete Fountain, Gary Morris, Mike Vax, and Robin Eubanks. Sergeant Smith is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda and Omicran Delta Kappa. He is also a member of the International Association Jazz Educators, International Trombone Association, and the Music Educator's National Conference. Sergeant Smith's military decorations include the Air Force Commendation Medal with three oak leaf clusters, and the Air Force Achievement Medal with one oak leaf cluster.
Robert S. Cohen has written music for orchestra, chamber ensemble, dance and theatre. He has been the recipient of many awards and commissions, including a New Jersey State Council on the Arts Fellowship, an American Music Center Grant, a Meet the Composer Award and several grants from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and was the selected winner of the 2008 N.Y. Composer's Circle Award.
Born 1976 in Riga, Latvia. Educated at Emīls Dārziņš Music Secondary School and Riga Childrens` Music School. Most of his musical activities are related to Riga Secondary School No 6, where the Youth Wind Orchestra “Auseklītis” has its base. Artūrs is principal trumpet at the YWO “Auseklītis” as well as cornet player at the Latvian Brass Band. Artūrs has arranged for brass quintet since 2010, when the Brass Quintet “Harmony Brass” was founded. His arrangements have been appreciated by many professionals and listeners around the world.