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Rhona Brosch is a multifaceted trumpet player and teacher. As an orchestral musician, she has served as associate principal trumpet of the Jerusalem Symphony and played in the West Eastern Divan Orchestra (under Daniel Barenboim), the Israel Philharmonic, the Camerata Jerusalem, the Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble, and the Deutsche Oper Berlin, among others.
She collaborates regularly with new music and baroque music ensembles such as the 21st Century Ensemble, and the Barrocade baroque ensemble. As a soloist, she has played with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, Svetlanov Symphony Orchestra, Alexey Utkin's chamber orchestra, and the symphony orchestra of the Buchmann-Mehta school of music.
A regular recipient during her studies of scholarships for chamber music and solo-playing from the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, Rhona holds a bachelor degree from the Buchmann-Mehta school of music in Tel Aviv, a Diploma from the Universität der Künste in Berlin, as well as a Masters degree from the Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, Denmark. Her teachers include Kristian Steenstrup, Konradin Groth, Igal Meltzer, Eran Reemi, and Dmitry Levitas.
She has taken part in master classes with Reinhold Friedrich, Sergei Nakariakov, Fritz Damrow, and Marco Blaauw, among others. A passionate trumpet teacher herself, Rhona is currently on the faculty of Hassadna Conservatory in Jerusalem and teaches at the School of the Arts in Tel Aviv, in addition to maintaining a private teaching studio. addition to maintaining a private teaching studio.
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