Boston University College of Fine Arts presents the Corpus Trombone Quartet
Four-city first U.S. Tour features the Boston University Trombone Choir — March 25th at the Tsai Performance Center
Boston, MA – The Boston University College of Fine Arts is pleased to host the Corpus Trombone Quartet in concert with the Boston University Trombone Choir— March 25th at the Tsai Performance Center.
Corpus Trombone Quartet in Concert
Featuring the Boston University Trombone Choir
Mar 25, 8pm
Hailing from Budapest, Hungary, the Corpus Trombone Quartet began in 2001 as trombone students of Professor Gustav Hona at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, and today are among the highest level of brass chamber groups.
Tsai Performance Center
Free and Open to the Public
“The Corpus Trombone Quartet is an amazing group,” said Don Lucas, Chair of the Brass, Woodwind, and Percussion Department at the School of Music at Boston University College of Fine Arts. “They are prize-winners of international competitions. The members perform in major orchestras in Budapest, Hungary. We are honored to have them at Boston University as part of their four-city first U.S. tour. This will be a don’t-miss concert!”
The Corpus Trombone Quartet Biography
Members, Andras Suto (tenor trombone), Robert Kaip (tenor trombone), Peter Palinkas (tenor trombone), and Gorog-Hegyi Gabor (bass trombone) began in 2001 as trombone students of Professor Gustav Hona at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest, Hungary. The quartet has performed in Japan, Egypt, Germany, France, Amsterdam, Hungary, and now the United States. They are members of the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Dohnaryi Symphony Orchestra, and the MAV Symphony Orchestra. The Corpus Trombone Quartet are first prize winners of the ITA International Trombone Quartet Competition, the Phillip Jones International Chamber Music Competition in Guebviler, France, the Jan Koetsier International Trombone Quartet Competition in Munich, Germany, and the Brass Chamber Music Competition, in Passau, Germany. The group was awarded both the Hungarian Chamber Ensemble of the Year and the Hungarian Stars Award in 2006, as well as Harry Fox Agency Awards in 2008 and 2011.