Danish National Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet
Trumpets: Michael Frank-Møller and Karl Husum. Both known as magnificent soloists. Michael and Karl both entered the musical world playing in the ‘Tivoli Boys Guard’ in Copenhagen. Michael also regularly plays solo trumpet in the London Symphony Orchestra.
French Horn: Lasse Mauritzen is already a legend as a hornist. He has been a soloist with various orchestras and is a frequently used guest solo-hornist in a number of major London orchestras.
Trombone: Jesper Juul was solo trombonist in the Danish National Symphony Orchestra from 1996 to 2013. In 2013, Jesper was appointed a professor at The Royal Danish Academy of Music. Jesper also performs as a soloist at home and abroad, and teaches a steadily increasing number of master-classes.
Tuba: Thomas Røisland is one of the leading tuba players of northern Europe. He has a permanent appointment in NRK (Norwegian Radio Orchestra), but has been granted leave for a couple of years to play in the Danish National Symphony Orchestra. Thomas is in great demand as a soloist and chamber musician.
The quintet has given various highly praised concerts, both in Denmark and at international venues.