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End of the Matter - Premieres for Trumpet


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Trumpeter Eric Berlin leads a musical life devoted to exploration and diversity, from solo engagements to chamber and orchestral music to pedagogy. His technical virtuosity, magnified by a rich and robust sound, has been heard in many world premieres of solo and chamber music works. Following the premiere of Evan Hause's Trumpet Concerto, a work commissioned by the Albany Symphony Orchestra for Mr. Berlin, one reviewer wrote that "his fluency and gorgeous sound were both amazing." Mr. Berlin's acclaimed solo performances have spanned, and augmented, the range of trumpet repertoire. In addition to the Hause Concerto, which he has also performed with the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, Prism Chamber Players, and University of Denver Wind Ensemble, Mr. Berlin recently premiered Charles Bestor's Concerto Piccolo at the conference of the International Trumpet Guild (ITG). Other premieres given by Mr. Berlin include Howard Buss's Skylines, and Pasquale Tassone's Fanfare and Three Dances. His dedication to contemporary music has also led to collaborations with several leading new music ensembles, including the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Musica Viva, Harvard Group for New Music, and Dogs of Desire, a new music program of the Albany Symphony Orchestra. In other solo appearances, Mr. Berlin was featured as soloist in John Williams's music from "Born on the Fourth of July," conducted by the composer, has appeared with the University of Massachusetts Wind Ensemble and the Nashua Chamber Orchestra, and was the First Prize Winner of the Streitweiser Cornet Competition. In May of 2005, he performed Arutunian's Concerto for Trumpet on tour with the Helsinki University Symphony Orchestra throughout Finland. In June of 2005, he performed a full recital of works commissioned by him with percussionist Eduardo Leandro at the ITG Conference in Thailand. Mr. Berlin has been Principal Trumpeter of the Albany Symphony Orchestra since 1998 and has also appeared with the Boston Symphony, New York Philharmonic, Baltimore Symphony and Boston Pops. With the Albany Symphony and conductor David Alan Miller, he can be heard on several acclaimed recordings, including those of works by William Schuman, John Harbison, Morton Gould and Roy Harris. In addition, Mr. Berlin holds positions of Principal Trumpet of the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra and Associate Principal Trumpet of the Colorado Music Festival in Boulder. The Majestic Brass Quintet, founded by Mr. Berlin in 1988 and ensemble-in-residence at Northeastern University, is one of Boston's most prominent brass ensembles. Mr. Berlin maintains a studio as Artist-Teacher of Trumpet at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. A native of Pennsylvania, Mr. Berlin attended the New England Conservatory of Music, where he was a student of Mr. Charles Schlueter, former Principal Trumpet of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Robert Nagel of the New York Brass Quintet. He has also studied extensively with Vince Penzerella, former Second Trumpet of the New York Philharmonic, Tom Rolfs, Principal Trumpet of the Boston Symphony, and Frank Kadarabek, former Principal Trumpet of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Eric Berlin is a Yamaha Artist.
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