Trumpet, Baroque Trumpet
Described as “impressively confident” by the New York Times and “simply stupendous” by the British Art Desk, Bruno Lourensetto acts as guest principal trumpet of the Miami Symphony Orchestra and second trumpet of the Portland Baroque Orchestra. Extremely versatile on modern and natural trumpet, Bruno has served as principal trumpet of the Queretaro and Guanajuato Philharmonic Orchestras in Mexico and performed as soloist with acclaimed Early Music ensembles, including the Pacific Baroque Orchestra, Early Music Vancouver and Julliard415. He has performed in Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, toured Asia, Europe and Latin America multiple times and played under the baton of Valery Gergiev, Zubin Metha and Yan Pascal Tortelier. Winner of the Chicago Brass Competition and the BBC Music Magazine award, Bruno earned diplomas in the US from the Mannes College and Indiana University.
This Artist performs in the following events:
Handel Extravaganza, Love Stories, Early Keyboard Extravaganza, Heucke Meets Mendelssohn, Take Five, (Neo)Baroque, Serenades at Noon, Finale: Haydn's Creation