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Vienna Brass Connection

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Vienna Brass Connection. [viˈenə] [brɑ:s] [kəˈnekʃən].
Packed with power, with the focus onto the only thing that matters: the moment. Here and now.
Seventeen brass players and three percussionists from Austria came together in Vienna to create an ensemble: the Vienna Brass Connection. Not even the fact that they all hold positions in leading orchestras in Austria and Germany (Wiener Philharmoniker, Wiener Staatsoper, Wiener Volksoper, ORF Radio Sinfonieorchester, Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich, Mozarteum Orchester Salzburg, Grazer Philharmonisches Orchester and WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln) has stopped them from forming an ensemble whose goal it is to captivate and thrill the audience.
// Johannes Kafka conductor | Thomas Bachmair trumpet | Gerhard Berndl trumpet | Martin Griebl trumpet | Christian Hollensteiner trumpet | Johannes Moritz trumpet | Michael Schwaighofer trumpet | Peter Dorfmayr horn | Manuel Egger horn | Manuel Huber horn | Klaus Leherbauer horn | Stefan Obmann trombone | Christian Poitinger basstrombone | Martin Riener trombone, euphonium | Raphael Stieger trombone | Christian Winter trombone, euphonium | Christoph Gigler tuba | Markus Nimmervoll tuba | Georg Hasibeder percussion | Leonhard Königseder percussion | Patrick Prammer percussion // www.vienna-brass-connection.at //

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