Information about our International Lätzsch Artists.
Harrie de Lange
郭铮 Guo Zheng 星海音乐学院长号副教授。Professor Trombone at the Guangzhou Xinghai Conservatory of Music.
赵欣 Zhao Xin，前中国爱乐乐团长号首席。长号演奏家 Previous principal Trombonist of the China Philharmonic Orchestra. Now independent trombone soloist.
刘兵Liu Bing 沈阳音乐学院长号副教授 郭铮 Professor Trombone at the Shenyang Conservatory of Music
Mayumi Shimizu is principal trombonist in the Southwest German Radio (SWR) Symphony Orchestra Baden-Baden and Freiburg.
Carl Jakobsson, Tuba / Cimbasso Royal Swedish Orchestra
Karel Šín, Tubist of the Janacek Philharmonic Orchestra in Ostrava, Czech Republic
Vidar Løvbrøtte, Principal Tuba & Cimbasso Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra
Arriving in The Netherlands in 2002 to work with the Radio Symphony Orchestra, Dave has since performed with virtually every major ensemble in the country.
Dirk Ellerkamp was appointed solo trombonist of the Dortmund Philharmoniker in 2012. Previously he has served as the co-principal trombone at the 'Badische Staatskapelle” in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Frank Kramer, Solo Trombonist Royal Dutch Marine Band
Dirk Posthuma de Boer, Solo Trombonist Royal Dutch Marine Band
Nick Caris, Lead Trombonist Royal Dutch Marine Band
Stefan Heimann, geboren 1972 in Gehrden/Niedersachsen. Von 1989 bis 1991 Zeitsoldat beim Heersmusikkorps 6 in Hamburg. Anschließend Studium bei Walter Hilgers an der [...]
鈴木崇弘 / Takahiro Suzuki
Ben Cruiming started music at an early age. After several years of euphonium lessons at the music school in Enschede, he was accepted by the Twents Conservatorium.
JAN BÖHME // born in 1977 in Bonn, grew up in the Ruhr district in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. He studied bass trombone at the University of Music Cologne with Michael Junghans.
Megumi Kanda, principal trombone of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, is a native of Tokyo, Japan. Megumi began to play the trombone at age ten and continued her studies at the prestigious Toho High S
geboren am 2. März 1964 in Stuttgart
Born in Budapest (Hungary) in 1980, Zoltán was largely self-taught, developing his technique through being inspired by leading trumpet players.
Peter studied at the Utrecht conservatory with Hans Komst and Albert Zuijderduin. There he obtained his diplomas for alto trombone, tenor trombone, tenor tuba, contrabass trombone.