Hannes Läubin got his first trumpet lessons at the age of nine from his father. He won three first prizes at the national “Jugend musiziert” competition as well as a second prize at the “Concertino Praga”.
From 1971 to 1976 he was a member of the National Youth Orchestra as well as a junior student of Robert Bodenröder at the Freiburg Music Academy. At the age of 18 he took a position as third trumpeter in the NDR Symphony Orchestra, where he was pronounced principal trumpeter two years later. After 16 years of orchestral work he became a professor at the Music Academy of Stuttgart, followed by an appointment to the Munich Academy in 1996.
Beyond this, Hannes Läubin has played as a regular guest player in the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks since 1995. Hannes Läubin can also be heard at such international festivals as the one in Schleswig-Holstein, the Bach Academy in Venezuela and the Oregon Bach Festival. Along with the Gächinger Kantorei under Helmuth Riling and the Windsbach Boys’ Choir under Karl-Friedrich Beringer, as well as with his two trumpet-playing brothers, he has released a number of CD recordings.