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Angel Subero

Bass Trombone Faculty

Venezuelan Trombonist Angel Subero started his musical studies at the age of 13. He attended the Conservatorio Itinerante, where he studied with the legendary Michel Becquet. In the U.S., he studied with Lawrence Isaacson, John Rojak, Claudio Roditi and Jeff Galindo.

In 2005, Subero was a finalist for the prestigious Zellmer-Minnesotta Orchestra International Trombone Competition and the Donald Yaxley Trombone Competition. He attended The Boston Conservatory and the New England Conservatory (NEC), where he received the NEC Merit Award, graduated with distinction in performance and studied with Douglas Yeo and bass trombonists of the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO).

Subero has performed with the BSO, the Boston Pops, the Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the Boston Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the New England Philharmonic, the Concord Symphony, the Monadnok Music festival, the New Hampshire Symphony, the Portland Symphony, the Nashua Symphony Association, the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, the Caracas Philharmonic, the Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho Symphony, Orquesta Sinfonica de las Juventudes Andinas and the Venezuelan Youth Orchestra, among others. As a chamber musician, he has appeared with the Burning River Brass, the Atlantic Brass Quintet, The Boston Symphony Brass Ensemble, the Triton Brass Quintet (Boston Conservatory Ensemble-in-Residence), the Frequency Band Trombone Choir, the Boston Invitational Trombone Ensemble, the Venezuelan Brass ensemble and the Venezuela Symphony Brass Quintet.

Subero has worked with such conductors as James Levine, Seiji Ozawa, John Williams, Kurt Masur, Keith Lockhart, Robert Spano, Sir Colin Davis, James Conlon, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, David Robertson, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Charles Dutoit, Ingo Metzmacher and James Depreist, among others. He currently serves as bass trombone faculty at The Boston Conservatory.

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