Brass & Woodwind Instrument Players
Jurij Hladnik graduated in 1996 at the Music academy in Ljubljana in professor Alojz Zupan's class.
Joakim Bergsrønning is a young Norwegian saxophonist and clarinet player with a wealth of musical experience, particularly in popular music. Although still very young, Joakim has made his mark both as a soloist and as a member of a number of high profile big bands, horn sections and theatre orchestras. Working throughout Norway, Joakim also has experience working as a teacher, lecturer, composer and arranger.
Since 2010, Jamie Williams has been the Principal Trombonist of the Deutsche Oper Berlin and is playing on a YSL-882O Xeno.
The CeDeL saxophone quartet is a young, contemporary ensemble that first met at the Lemmensinstitute in Leuven in 2007. The members of the Cedel Quartet are Peter Cverle: soprano saxophone, Vincent Alpaerts: alto saxophone, Jitse Coopman: tenor saxophone and Pieter Legacy: baritonsaxophone.
Saxofon soloist, Teacher at Academia de Música de Alcobaça, Teacher at Sociedade Filarmónica Turquelense
Marko Dzomba is an internationally active soloist and chamber musician. He has performed in England, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Serbia, Norway, Romania, the Czech Republic and in concert halls such as the Konzerthaus Vienna, Musikverein Wien, Brucknerhaus Linz, MuTh Wien, Ljubljana Philharmonic, Kulturni Dom Nova Gorica, RNCM Manchester and others.
Famous Flute and solo Piccolo player at “La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra” of Milan devised the Yamaha Piccolo, “YPC 91 and 92 Simeoli Model”.
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.