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- Misa Akahoshi
International euphonium soloist Misa Akahoshi is one of the most sought after players of her generation. A graduate of both the Tokyo College of Music and an honours graduate from the Paris Conservatory, Misa has built an outstanding reputation as a soloist.
- 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.
- Simon Bates
Professore di sassofono per la Royal Marines, Simon Bates è conosciuto e rispettato per la versatilità stilistica e l'abilità strumentale.
- 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.
- 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Calling Till Brönner the new aspiring German trumpet talent is obsolete, since he has sold more records than any other German jazz musician.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
- Ivano Buat
Ivano Buat è un artista fondamentale per la sua grande esperienza orchestrale e cameristica.
- 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.