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Marco Braito, trumpet
Marco Pierobon, trumpet
Nilo Caracristi, horn
Gianluca Scipioni, trombone
Oswald Prader, tuba

The five musicians who have joined together to form the Gomalan Brass Quintet come from five different Italian cities and have all had wide international experience in renowned orchestras and in collaboration with distinguished conductors. The ensemble was formed in 1999 and tackles a wide range of repertoire from the Renaissance to the contemporary, including popular forms. In 2001 they won First Prize at the City of Passau International Brass Competition in Germany. They regularly appear in major concert halls and festivals throughout Italy and have also performed in the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Germany, Greece and Switzerland. The Quintet has given master-classes at Tanglewood, Toronto University, the Royal Northern College in Manchester, the Royal Scottish Academy and at the Musica Riva Festival, with international broadcasts and acclaimed recordings.

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