Musicians

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Make (some) knowledge with the musicians of "Délit de Cuivre"

 

Serge Gros:

Having participated in various international competitions and master classes, he has performed various musical styles, philharmonic orchestras, contemporary creations and contemporary music. He has played in the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the Sinfonietta de Lausanne. He is also a high-level wind ensemble director, teacher at the Lausanne Conservatory and Director of the Vaud Cantonal Youth music camp, which brings together about 150 students each year.

 

Jean-Claude Bloch:

Trumpet player at the "Collège des cuivres de Suisse Romande" and the ensemble "Ad libitum", conductor of several wind ensembles, composer, creator with overflowing ideas. Jean-Claude Bloch has created numerous projects, and has many beautiful artistic achievements to his credit.

Jean-Claude Bloch is an accomplished musician and a man close to people. It is with his trumpet, his alphorn or even as an expert that he is often invited throughout Switzerland and abroad.

 

Eran Levi:

Trombonist and renowned Euphonium soloist, Eran Levi has given master classes all over the world including Japan, Scandinavia and Israel. Soloist with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Israel under the direction of Mr. Zubin Metha, he has also performed with the Boston Pops Orchestra (Keith Lockhart), the Göttingen Symphony Orchestra and the Holdenburg Symphony Orchestra.

 

Sebastien Chave:

Active on Swiss and international stages for more than 15 years, Sébastien Chave has cultivated both a characteristic personal strike and proven versatility. Passionate about rock, but also posses immoderate taste for mixing disciplines, the drummer has taken part in several shows combining theater, dance, music and especially humor.

 

Joël Musy:

Joel Musy is a multi-instrumental saxophonist. His passion for the stage brings him to new horizons day after day. This is how one can see him one day playing tenor sax with a jazz combo, a little later playing tuba with a brass band, the next day playing the alphorn perched on stilts, juggling, spitting fire, and in the evening come to find him in baritone sax in a big band. His many musical experiences have led him to play with groups ranging from duos to the big bands, wind bands and brass bands. He also worked with actors, storytellers and dancers.

 

Zoran Kazakov:

Zoran Kazakov was a member of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Macedonia, his home country. He was assistant professor of Trumpet at Kent State University (Ohio, United States) for one year.

In Switzerland, he has played with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, La Sinfonietta de Lausanne and the Berne Orchestra.