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Vienna Trombone Ensemble Featured

Written by  Classic Concert Records
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The Vienna Trombone Ensemble (Wiener Posaunen Ensemble) was founded in 2005 as a quintet and consists of members of great Viennese orchestras as well as freelance trombonists.
What is particularly interesting is the use of the cimbasso, which enriches the ensemble with its timbre. The pieces of music are
arranged by the musicians themselves or are commissioned pieces by contemporary composers.


Wolfgang Strasser (alt.-trb., ten.-trb., euph.)
Studies at the Conservatory in Vienna. Chamber musik with the ensembles ProBrass, Die Reihe and Kontrapunkte. Soloist with the RSO-Vienna and the Concilium Musicum. Since Nov. 1991 Solotrombonist Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Matthias Gfrerer (alt.-trb., ten.-trb.)
Studies at the Mozarteum and the University of Music in Vienna. Chamber music with the “A.B.C.” and “Innviertler Wadlbeisser”. 2006 Engagement at the Graz Opera.

Ferdinand Hebesberger (alt.-trb., ten.-trb., alto horn)
Studies at the Bruckner Conservatory Linz and the University of Music in Vienna. Prize-winner at the “European Music Prize of Youth” and the “Yamaha Scholarship Competition”. 2007/08/09 practical studies at the State Opera Munich.

Mark Gaal (ten.-trb., bass-trb.)
Studies at the University of Music Oberschützen. 2002 Basstrombonist at the NTO and then at the Vienna Volksoper. Since 2007 Tenor- and Bass-Trombonist at the State Opera Vienna/Vienna Philharmonic and teacher at the University of Music in Vienna.

Albert Wieder (cimbasso, tuba)
Studies at the University of Music Oberschützen and the Conservatory in Vienna. 1st Prize at “Gradus ad Parnassum” with spezial prize of the Vienna Philharmonic. Chamber music with the “Blechhaufn”. Since 2001 Tubist at the State Opera Vienna.
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