Hansjörg Profanter

Trombones

Hansjörg Profanter has been a member of the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks since 1979.

Studies
1973-1976
Study of music and final examination with special honors at the Claudio Monteverdi Conservatory in Bolzano and Trient under Professor Ennio Guidetti

1974-1975
Summer courses with Professor Bruno Ferrari in Lanciano

1977-1978
Study and final examination at the Conservatory in Innsbruck with Professor Michael Stern

Career
1977
First engagement as solo trombone at the Teatro Regio in Turin

1978
Solo trombone in the Bayerisches Staatsorchester München under W. Sawallisch

1979
Solo trombone in the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks under Rafael Kubelik. In addition he plays various special instruments such as the bass trumpet in the recording of the “Ring des Nibelungen” under Bernard Haitink, the tenor tuba (Pictures from an Exhibition, Don Quichote, Flute Concerto) by Lorin Maazel.

Hansjörg Profanter is also often invited to be guest player with orchestras such as the “Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia” in Rome, the Bamberger Symphoniker, the Berlin Philharmonic and others.

Chamber Music
Since 1984 Hansjörg Profanter has been a permanent member of the Munich Gabrieli Ensemble. A CD of baroque music has been recorded with this brass quintet, and there have also been radio recordings and many concerts at home and abroad. Hansjörg Profanter has made many musical arrangements for this and other ensembles. Further chamber ensembles: Bavaria Brass Soloists: regular concerts with this ensemble since 1980; Xsemble München (contemporary music)

Other
1985-1991
Teacher at the Ludwig Mozart Conservatory of Augsburg

1980
Prizewinner at the International Competition in Vercelli
Many performances as soloist with orchestra, trombone and piano and trombone and organ

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