TRUMPET

BRIAN REICHENBACH

The Rosemary Schnell Chair

 

Brian Reichenbach performs and teaches throughout the Chicago area, having performed with the Chicago Sinfonietta, New Philharmonic, Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra, and Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra. He is currently a member of the Northbrook and Elmhurst Symphonies. In 1999 and 2006, he performed as solo trumpet in the premieres of operas by Bernard Rands and Ned Rorem under the direction of David Zinman at the Aspen Music Festival. 

TRUMPET

Brian Reichenbach 

The Rosemary Schnell Chair

Brian Reichenbach performs and teaches throughout the Chicago area, having performed with the Chicago Sinfonietta, New Philharmonic, Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra, Quad Cities Symphony Orchestra, and Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra. He is currently a member of the Northbrook and Elmhurst Symphonies. In 1999 and 2006, he performed as solo trumpet in the premieres of operas by Bernard Rands and Ned Rorem under the direction of David Zinman at the Aspen Music Festival. 

Brian toured Germany in 2001 and 2008 with the brass choir EUROBRASS, and can be heard on their recording, Die Freude am Herrn. An avid chamber musician, he is a member of the International Chamber Artists and founding member of the Lincoln Park Brass. Brian has also appeared as soloist with the College of DuPage Chamber Orchestra, Wheaton College Symphonic Band, and the Riverside Brookfield and Wheaton Warrenville South High School Wind Ensembles. 

 

Brian studied trumpet performance at Wheaton College and DePaul University with Terry Schwartz and John Hagstrom, respectively. Stephen Burns, Raymond Mase, Steve Heitzer, and Ken Benjamin have also had a profound impact on his career as a musician-teacher.

 

Brian is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at Trinity International University where he directs the Symphonic Band. He and his wife reside in Lombard with their son.

"Chamber music is about listening - listening so intimately to others who are listening just as closely to you."

Brian Reichenbach, trumpet

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SEPT 2019

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NOV 2019

Monumental Russian Masterpiece

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