Dr. Joseph Montelione – trumpet
is currently assistent Professor at the University of Florida where he teaches the trumpet.
He has been a professor at Rhodes University and a clinician for the Los Angeles Philharmonic providing informative, creative and fun educational performance programs. He serves as a member of the artist faculty for the National Trumpet Competition and continues to serve as a performing artist-educator for Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, MI. As an orchestral trumpeter, he has performed with the Moscow State Radio Symphony, Alabama Symphony and Washington Symphony Orchestra.

Harold Geurtjens – trumpet
was born in Ospel (NL) and studied at he conservatory of Tilburg. Harold has studied with Theo Wolters and Ruud Visser. He has performed with the Philips Symphony Orchestra, Limburgs Fanfare Orchestra, Symphonic Wind Orchestra St.Michaël of Thorn. As Jazz/Blues trumpeter he performed with Eric Vloeimans, ElectroPhonics, Jazzminded. Harold is currently principal trumpet player in the Royal Dutch Wind Orchestra, brass quintet ‘ItterBrass’, and Euregion Brass – Wind & Percussion Orchestra.

Dr. Ralph Henssen – trumpet

Jack Munnecom – horn
studied at the Conservatory Maastricht with Willy Bessems. After graduating in 2004 he had lessons with Erich Penzel and Will Sanders and masterclasses with Hermann Baumann, Radovan Vlatkovic, and Frank Lloyd.
Jack has held principal horn positions at the Royal Dutch Wind Orchestra, Netherlands Students Orchestra, and he played as section horn in the Philips Symphony Orchestra , the Bayreuth Festival Youth Orchestra, the Netherlands Youth Orchestra and the New York Pops Orchestra.
Currently, he is a PhD-candidate in Musicology at Utrecht University.
In 2008 he was 1st prize winner at the International Soloist and Ensemble Contest Kerkrade. He was Contributing Artist at the International Horn Symposium 2015 (Los Angeles) and 2016 (Ithaca, New York).
Jack plays on a horns made by Gebr. Alexander Mainz and Herbert Fritz Knopf.

Denis Jiron – trombone
Denis Jiron is a native of Los Angeles, California. He attended the famous Los Angels County High School for the Arts and continued on to receive his BM from California State University, Northridge and his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts under James Miller (Assoc. Principal Trombonist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic). He also studied at Staatliche Musikhochschule für Musik Trossingen, Germany under Abbie Conant and later at the Hochschule in Mannheim, Germany. He enjoys a widely inclusive career in which he plays Alto, Tenor, and Bass Trombones, Bass Trumpet and Tenor Tuba. His varied abilities and interests have led him to play with a wide array of artists including: Earth Wind and Fire, Kanye West, Queen Latifah, Stevie Wonder, Tito Nieves, Eddie Santiago, the American Idol Orchestra, the Voice Orchestra, the Budman/Levy Orchestra, and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Most recently he has returned from Germany where he spent the last few years playing the 2nd Trombone position in the Hofer Symfoniker. Mr. Jiron serves on the faculty of California State University, Los Angeles.

Hans Wouters – trombone

Rob Geurts – tuba
was born in Ittervoort and studied at the conservatory of Tilburg and Enschede, where he graduated with a master of arts in 2008. Rob has studied with Joost Smeets, Piet Joris, Hendrik-Jan Renes and Bernard Beniers. He has performed with the Philips Symphony Orchestra, Dutch Student Orchestra and Brass Band Limburg, and is currently tuba player in brass quintet ‘ItterBrass’ and tuba quartet ‘Tubaphonic’. Since 2003 he has been tuba player with the Fanfare Band of the Royal Netherlands Army Mounted Regiments.

Dave Geurtjens – percussion



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